Massages have always been a pleasurable experience. There are plenty of good reasons to get a massage, it soothes the muscles, removes stress, relaxes the body, calms the soul, and… Wait for it …. Enhances total beauty and great looks!
There are different types of massages and body work techniques such as aromatherapy, craniosacral, lymphatic, polarity, myofascial, rolfing, reflexology, shiatsu, Swedish, sports, integrative touch, compassionate touch and chair massage among many others. Although health and science have been continuously introducing different techniques, all of them provide both internal and external health benefits. Beauty among women and great looks among men are wonderful bonuses that we can get from regular massages. It may not be discussed as often but health and beauty can all be gained through massage. Indeed, massage works wonders. It gives total rejuvenation from head to toe.
This act of kneading, pressing and skin manipulation affects all other parts such as the muscles, tendons and ligaments. In the management of stress, anxiety, pain, depression, body stiffness, immunity boosting, hypertension, sports-related injuries and cancer treatment, massage has been considered and proven to be a powerful alternative or to complement medicine. A massage augments good blood flow, making cells absorb more nutrients; it gives energy to a dull skin texture and adds an outstanding shine to your hair. It also helps the skin tissue to achieve better blood perfusion making our skin more nourished and radiant looking. Massages also avert the existence of wrinkles and sagging skin. A massage on the head and scalp helps in giving total relaxation while providing better blood flow to this area, thus, preventing the occurrence of dandruff.
In conclusion, massage relieves your body from stress and exhaustion, alleviates your mind from emotional turmoil and brings your body to an invigorating and glowing condition. Remember, when you’re stressed, it shows! Get a massage and look your best!
Wouldn’t you like a massage?