Massage your way to better health

Regular massages can do wonders for your health and wellbeing

Massage is a powerful tool to help you take charge of your overall health and wellbeing. But what do we mean by ‘massage’ exactly? The type you get from a luxury resort? Well, as nice as that is, it is not something that can be afforded on a regular basis.

Let’s start with what massage is.

Massage is a fairly generic term that is used to describe the pressing, rubbing and manipulating of muscles, tendons and ligaments. Most people have
a preferred style and a preferred pressure; light touch or deep penetration. There are many different types that can be used to ‘treat’ the body
and some of these include:

Deep tissue: This technique involves a slow, and deep application
of strokes that target specific areas of the body. It is commonly used for injuries associated with muscle damage and help to repair connective

Sports massage: Similar to the deep tissue, however it is
geared specifically for sports people. Regular sports massages can prevent and treat injuries on athletes.

Swedish: Most of us would be familiar with this style. It is commonly
used as a way to just relax and rejuvenate. It is much more gentle and uses long, less forceful strokes. Movements such as kneading, circular,
tapping and even vibration can all help relax and energise you and your body.

Trigger point: This type of massage is used to focus on muscles
that have suffered from injury or overuse. It relieves the tight muscles fibres that result from exercise and fitness.

Why is massage so important?

Considered an alternative medicine, massage is increasingly popular to address a range of medical conditions and situations. Research shows the many
benefits that massage can being including reducing stress, anxiety and tension.

While we are just beginning to understand the full benefits, some studies already indicated that regular massage can help with the following:

  • Arthritis
  • Anxiety or mood swings
  • Back pain or sciatica
  • Bodily aches, pains or injury
  • Chronic pain
  • Constipation
  • Depression
  • Headaches or migraines
  • High blood pressure
  • Insomnia or poor sleep
  • Low energy
  • Poor circulation
  • Slow metabolism
  • Stress

But regular massage is used by many to simple enjoy the feeling of caring, comfort and connection. After a rough day at the office, or a frustrating
day with the kids, massage is a reliable source to destress and get your mind and body back on track.

Getting regular massages can be convenient and easier than you think. Just $24.95* a week will bring the masseuse home. Find out more about our luxurious
quality massage chairs, perfect for the whole household!


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