Massage increases circulation by bringing necessary oxygen and nutrients to muscle tissue while carrying away toxins.
Massage promotes flexibility in muscles and joints, giving the body more freedom of movement.
Massage reduces pain by triggering the release of endorphins-the natural painkillers.
Massage helps to calm the nervous system, helping the body to relax, lessening anxiety and thus improving sleep, reducing stress and easing digestion.
Massage increases immune function by stimulating the flow of lymph, which is the body’s natural defense against invaders.
Massage reduces spasms and cramping by flushing the removal of lactic acid while reducing recovery time after an injury or strenuous workout.
Massage relieves headache pain, reduces stress hormones, and decreases the need for medication.
Massage nourishes the skin which is the largest organ on the body.