Come relax, unwind, and see what a powerful tool massage can be to help you take charge of your health and well-being.
Massage is generally considered part of complementary and integrative medicine. Studies of the benefits of massage demonstrate that it is an effective treatment for reducing stress, pain, and muscle tension.
Benefits of Massage Therapy
While more research is needed to confirm the benefits of massage, some studies have found massage may also be helpful for:
* Digestive Disorders
* Insomnia related to stress
* Myofascial pain syndrome
* Soft tissue strains or injuries
* Sports injuries
* Temporomandibular joint pain
Beyond the benefits for specific conditions or diseases, some people enjoy massage because it often produces feelings of caring, comfort, relaxation, and connection.
Pricing for Massage:
- 30 minutes: $65
- 60 minutes: $80
- 90 minutes: $125
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Massage and Stress Reduction
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Moraska, Albert (2005) “Sports Massage: A Comprehensive Review.” The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness: 45(3).
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Kennedy, A.B., Patil, N., Trilk, J.L. (2018). ‘Recover quicker, train harder, and increase flexibility’: massage therapy for elite paracyclists, a mixedmethods study. BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine.
Kennedy, A.B., Munk, N. (2017). Experienced Practitioners’ Beliefs Utilized to Create a Successful Massage Therapist Conceptual Model: a Qualitative Investigation. Int J Ther Massage Bodywork.
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