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The Amazing Benefits Of A Full Body Massage
There is nothing in the world like the feeling you get after a full body massage. That sense of peace
and tranquility pervades every muscle and seems to be just the thing to help you get a good rest. But
a full body massage can do more than just feel good. There are a whole host of benefits that
massage can give you when delivered by a licensed professional massage therapist.
The number of benefits associated with massage therapy is enormous.
Humans need touch. It's as simple as that. Without touch, we get depressed, ill, and stressed. A
newborn who is not touched will not thrive. A well done massage takes our need for touch to a new
therapeutic level. It can not only relieve tension and stress, it can help rehabilitate a muscle injury. It
can also help prevent injury. Massage helps keep muscles loose and well-nourished, so they respond
better when stressed. Massage improves circulation, which can aid healing and cell growth. The
lymphatic system benefits as well through massage... like your circulation, it flows through
channels throughout your body. Manipulating the muscles and these channels help clear up
blockages and keep the lymph fluid flowing. Regular massages can contribute to a healthier
immune system. Regular massages can also help you overcome sleep problems; enabling you to get
more rest and be more alert while you are awake.
If you've never had one, you are in for a treat. Here's what you can expect.
A professional massage may cost you anywhere from $50 to $100 or more for an hour-long
treatment. Once you've experienced one by a licensed masseuse, you'll know it is worth every
penny. When you arrive at the massage therapist's office, you will be shown to a private space.
Once there, you will need to undress and lie on the massage table. Sheets are wrapped around you,
both for modesty and to keep you warm. Only the portion of your body that is being massaged will
be uncovered at any one time. When you are ready, the massage therapist will come in. They may
use oils for the massage that enable their fingers to slide more smoothly over your muscles. These
oils are easily absorbed by your skin, and may be mixed with aromatherapy oils for additional
The therapist may start at your feet, loosening the muscles one by one with a series of strokes,
pressures and other manipulative movements. They work their way up the legs, into your hips,
releasing tension and restoring full circulation as they go. Most methods of massage will focus on
moving the blood back towards the heart. Depending on what method of massage you choose, you
may experience more methods of applying pressure, or more stroking... each method is different.
The therapist will work their way through your back, shoulders, arms, hands and neck,
finishing at your head.
Sounds wonderful doesn't it? But remember to always use a licensed therapist for a full body
massage. A licensed massage therapist has undergone rigorous training in the systems of the body
and how they work together. They have studied how to apply pressure and stroking techniques to
various parts of the body to increase circulation and loosen muscles without causing harm to the
client. And they have passed a stringent written and practical exam by their state to qualify to
provide massage therapy to the public.