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Massage Therapy


Massage affects the body as a whole and influences the activity of the musculoskeletal, circulatory, lymphatic, and nervous systems.
  • Alleviates Stress and Tension
  • Improves Circulation & Removes Metabolic Waste
  • Increases Body Awareness
  • Relieves Sore and Tight Muscles
  • Improves Range of Motion, Flexibility & Athletic Performance

A weekly massage may seem an indulgence, but research suggests it can have major health benefits, even monthly treatments can help maintain general health.

Scientists have found that massage can reduce blood pressure, boost the immune system, dampen harmful stress hormones and raise mood-elevating brain chemicals such as serotonin.

Massage can also stimulate nerves that carry signals from the skin to the brain, triggering changes throughout the body. Massage helps to decrease back strain and fatigue, and contributes to better stress and pain management.

Joanna Kennedy, LMT

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