Your First Massage

  We suggest arriving about 15 minutes early for your first visit to fill out a form and talk to your therapist about concerns or problems you may have.  Be sure to communicate your needs because it's the key to getting the massage you want.  We suggest drinking plenty of water after receiving a massage.  You may also want to rest and refrain from any invigorating activities for the day.  Close your eyes and allow your mind and body to relax.  Remember this time is for you.

   The healing systems of many cultures, including our own, use hands-on therapies to soothe aches and pains and to facilitate the body's healing powers.  Because it is used for health promotion as well as to cure an ailment, it can honestly be said "if you have a body, you can benefit from massage".

What can a massage do for you:
  • Improve circulation
  • Improve metabolism and release toxins.
  • Relax muscles and improve joint mobility.
  • Improve flexibility and prevent new injuries
  • Decrease scar tissue and adhesions
  • Decrease Pain
  • Reduce stress and assist in psychological Well-Being

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