benefits of a full body massage
If you have areas of pain and tension in your body, it’s possible that they are the result from poor posture, previous injury or sports wear and tear.
Having regular massage treatments keeps us flexible
and loosens up tight muscles which in turn makes us more mobile and we feel better for it.
Your muscles are like sponges – when they contract, blood and lymph fluid are squeezed out, and when they relax fresh blood enters bringing fresh nutrition, oxygen, and immune cells.
You may wish to incorporate stretching and range of motion movements into the massage, which mobilises the joints and places beneficial tension on your muscles, ligaments, and tendons.
Massage works on flushing blood through muscle and tissue, they are also draining the lymphatic system, where the lymph nodes filter out dead cells, waste products, and possible pathogens. Sluggish lymph flow contributes to fluid retention, and draining the lymphatic system may reduce oedema in certain parts of the body.
relax - unwind - pamper - heal
Full body massage promotes relaxation, easing tension and stress.
In the short-term massage will improve your skin tone, encourage better circulation, encourage deeper and relaxed breathing. It will also encourage better lymph drainage and reduce selling, relieve muscle
fatigue, tired and sore muscles. It also speeds up digestion and waste removal along with encouraging sleep.
Frequent massage, in the long-term massage will relieve insomnia, lower blood pressure, relax the nervous system, improve skin elasticity, improve circulation, and muscle suppleness.
Relaxes the body, thereby reducing tension and the effects of stress. Increases energy and lifts mood, to
give increase to positive feelings.
Mon-Wed: 9:30am - 7pm
Thu-Fri: 9:30 - 7pm (Surrey Injury Clinic)
Sat: 9:30 - 3pm