Why You Need a Massage

Why You Need a Massage

We are big proponents of regular, year-round massage and we could talk your ear off about the benefits. We’ll spare you from it this time (you’re welcome!), but we have listed the top 3 reasons why a massage may be just what you need to energize and get your health back into tip-top shape!

  1. Reduce Stress

Managing stress is a year-round challenge because it builds up in your body and can cause tension, pain and disease. Massage is the perfect way to release stress, reduce anxiety and boost energy levels. It is believed that almost 90% of disease is caused by stress, so it is imperative to consider massage as a preventative measure instead of a luxury.

  1. Improve Your Sleep

Massage helps people spend more time in deep sleep. In this restorative stage, the body barely moves and the neurotransmitter associated with pain is reduced. Massage also helps people overcome insomnia in a smart, healthy and drug-free way.

  1. Just Because It Feels Great!

Take a break from the stresses of life. Release those feel-good endorphins to give you a natural high and boost your mood. Decrease inflammation and bolster immunity, too!

Massage is the perfect pick-me-up, especially if you suffer from seasonal allergies, pain, injury and stress. If you aren’t sure what type of massage is best for your needs, we are happy to recommend the right treatment. Don’t ignore your body – take care of yourself and your health!






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Lymphatic & Immune System Challenges
Marla Kaplan
Nationally Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach