Massage Therapy is recommended by most health care providers including physicians, physical therapists, chiropractors and psychiatrists.   Massage used either alone or in conjunction with other forms of therapy in the effective treatment of many conditions:

  • headaches/migraines   
  • back and neck pain   
  • sciatica  
  • postural distortion   
  • strains and sprains   
  • stress and anxiety  
  • fibromyalgia  
  • pregnancy-related discomfort 
  • sleep disorders
  • depression
  • detoxification

Ultimately, Massage Therapy is an investment in one's long term, overall good health. Caring therapeutic touch is unparalleled in maintaining optimum health, both physiologically and psychologically. It offers a drug-free, non-invasive and humanistic approach, utilizing and enhancing the body's natural ability to heal itself.

Massage is highly effective in rehabilitating and preventing injuries, reducing the effects of stress on body and mind and enhancing athletic performance. It stimulates both the circulatory and immune systems, thus proving beneficial to circulation, blood pressure, muscle and skin tone and digestion. The following are just a few of the many benefits of Massage Therapy:

  • reduces muscle pain and spasm
  • relieves stress and promotes relaxation
  • helps to prevent injuries and illness and promotes quicker recovery
  • improves circulation and immune system function and removes toxins
  • increases range of motion and flexibility
  • promotes self-awareness and a greater sense of well-being