Once upon a time massages were a luxury treat, it involved stroking, kneading, pressing, rubbing and manipulating your skin to release tension, increase circulation and energies the body. Today massages are becoming an integral part of hospice care, airports, businesses, clinics and the medical community is actively embracing it so much so that hospitals are incorporating on-site massage specialists to treat post-surgery or making it part of the recovery process for patients in pain.
With the more and more people suffering from anxiety and stress at La Vie spa, we are offering affordable monthly Exclusive Spa Therapy Membership that benefits our clients, potential customers and ourselves at a significantly discounted fee.
Research shows receiving regular massage reduces stress, encourages a healthier lifestyle, increases life longevity. It also allows people to develop a stable, longstanding relationship with their therapist. Having a dedicated therapist who understands your needs ensures you receive high-quality results driven therapies.
There are many different types of massages; they include Deep Tissue, Swedish, Sports and Trigger point. Each of these massages uses different techniques. Your therapist may choose to use one specific method or may incorporate for example trigger point massage to treat problems such as tight muscle fibers.
Benefits of massage
- Improve the condition of the skin
- Lessen anxiety and depression
- Increase joint mobility
- Promotes tissue regeneration, reduce scar tissue
- Reduce migraine headaches
- Improves sleep quality
- Improves concentration
- Increase circulation
- Reduce fatigue
- Increase energy
Regardless of your reason for seeking a therapeutic massage be it – a luxurious treat, stress relief, pain management or rehabilitation of an injury massage therapy can be a powerful addition to your health care regimen.
Budgeting time and money for a massage at consistent intervals can do you a world of good and is an investment in your health.