New Hours: By Appointment 

Monday - Friday: 10am-8pm

Saturday/Sunday: By Appointment 

Tuesday: Closed 

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Benefits of Massage

The Need for Touch

As a society, we are touch deprived especially with social media & the internet and this can lead to disease or emotional dysfunction. From the cradle to the nursing home, tactile stimulation and the emotional assurance of caring touch bring about a sense of well-being and security. In numerous studies researchers have found improved weight gain, development, motor skills, decreased stress and less crying in infants.

What You Already Know

In an age of technical and, at times, impersonal medicine, massage offers a drug-free, non-invasive and humanistic approach based on the body’s natural ability to heal itself. So what exactly are the benefits to receiving regular massage and/or bodywork treatments?


• Increases circulation, allowing the body to pump more oxygen and nutrients into tissues     and vital organs.

• Stimulates the flow of lymph, the body’s natural defense system, against toxic invaders. 

   For example, in breast cancer patients, massage has been shown to increase the cells           that fight cancer.

• Increased circulation of blood and lymph systems improves the condition of the body’s       largest organ – the skin.

• Relaxes and softens injured and overused muscles

• Reduces spasms and cramping

• Increases joint flexibility.

• Reduces recovery time, helps prepare for strenuous workouts and eliminates                         subsequent pains of the athlete at any level.

• Releases endorphins – the body’s natural painkiller – and is being used in chronic                 illness, injury and recovery from surgery to control and relieve pain.

• Reduces post-surgery adhesions and edema and can be used to reduce and realign scar       tissue after healing has occurred.

• Improves range-of-motion and decreases discomfort for patients with low back pain.

• Relieves pain for migraine sufferers and decreases the need for medication.

• Provides exercise and stretching for atrophied muscles and reduces shortening of the           muscles for those with restricted range of motion.

• Assists with shorter labor for expectant mothers, as well as less need for medication,           less depression and anxiety, and shorter hospital stays.

For more information about the benefits visit ---> Benefits of Massage Therapy. 

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