MASSAGE ME

November 7, 2017

Got tissue issues?

 

Chances are, most of us could use a kick-ass massage right about now!

 

I have always been a proponent of massage therapy.  I would literally be an unhappy, big, bad ball of tension and pain if I didn’t get a massage every single month.  When I was younger I would get them sporadically … they were like a special treat to myself.  Now, I get them every month to help maintain my health and sanity.  A couple years ago I committed to a massage membership that holds me accountable to getting my monthly massages.  If I didn’t do this, I would get too busy or side-tracked with life and would go 3-4 months without a massage.  When I wasn’t getting monthly massages, I would end up in the ER needing a trigger point in my neck because I couldn’t move my head.  I hold most of my tension in my neck and shoulders (and apparently in my glutes as well, who knew).  LOL!  With age comes a shit ton of responsibility and wear and tear on our bodies which results in increased stress and inflammation.  As we all know, stress and inflammation = BAD NEWS!  Besides the fact that a good massage just feels good, it’s very good for our overall health and here are some of the many reasons why.

 

Benefits of Massage:

  • Relieves Stress

  • Relieves Pain

  • Relaxes Muscles

  • Helps with Flexibility and Range of Motion

  • Increases Blood Flow

  • Improves Circulation

  • Decreases Blood Pressure

  • Improves Sleep

  • Helps with Chronic Pain

  • Aids in Muscle Recovery

  • Helps with Arthritis and Joint Issues

  • Helps Flush Toxins

  • May Decrease Headaches

  • Helps Alleviate Anxiety

  • Enhances Athletic Performance

  • Boosts Immune System

  • Improves Skins Health

  • Feels Good

  • Promotes Overall Relaxation

  • Releases Endorphins

  • Brightens Mood

 

The list goes on and on.  Do yourself a favor and schedule a massage today … your body will thank you!!! :)

 

XOXO –

Missie

 

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