Massage helps reduce stress and anxiety. Whether you're craving a gentle touch or something stronger like deep tissue massage, massage is a treat that your body will seriously thank you for!
It's gaining popularity, whether you have tension in your shoulders, tired feet, or your whole body needs to unwind, there's a massage to suit you.
5 good reasons for having a massage
- Reduce stress Massage can be an effective treatment for reducing stress, and muscle tension. Business executives are increasingly turning top massage as a away of reducing stress at work.
- Reduce pain and boost the immune system Business people often sit are their desks for hours at a time. It can cause muscle tension, lower back pain, neck pain, joint pain, and headaches. A massage session can help reduce pain, get the blood flowing into the muscles and help you feel better.
- Sleep better A massage will help you relax, relieve work stress, reboot your mind and sleep better, so you are ready to tackle the next day feeling completely refreshed.
- Clear your mind A massage will take you to a relaxing space where you can forget your troubles and anxiety. It will put you in a better place, and help you think more clearly.
- An enjoyable experience A gentle Massage is can be very relaxing experience. Not all massages are the same some are more aggressive so choose the type of massage that suits you best.
Types of Massage
There are lots of different types of massage. There is no hard scientific evidence that massage is good for you, anecdotal evidence is that most people feel better after a massage. Here is a list of a few popular forms of massage.
- Swedish Massage, is a gentle form of massage designed to relax you.
- Deep tissue massage, targets chronic pain in deep muscle layers.
- Thai massage treatments are especially beneficial if you want to increase your flexibility and circulation.
- Reiki is a traditional Japanese holistic healing treatment it alleviates stress that compromises the immune system.
- Hot stone massage treatment uses smooth, heated stones to soothe muscles.
- Aromatherapy massage merges massage with scent. So it will leave you feeling relaxed and smelling amazing!
- Aromatherapy massage involves the use of essential oils. Your therapist will use oils to soothe muscles.
- Sports massages are designed for athletes. They can prepare athletes for performances, and help rehabilitate sore, stressed, and overused muscles.
- Reflexology massage focuses on body pressure points, to reduce stress and muscle pain.
- Shiatsu massage uses finger and palm pressure to relax you and feel good.
Find a Massage Service Near You
It's easy to find massage services Near You. Make sure you book with an accredited massage therapist via NearYou.best
Instructors offering massage classes
- Anandam Yoga & Massage London
- Approved Pilates & Thai Massage Cirencester
- BBalanced Clinical Pilates & Massage Hayling Island, Worthing
- Don Sharp Rainham
- Roz Physio & Pilates Ash
- Stephen Crossley Croydon
- Yoga Healing Therapy Holland Park