Receiving regular massages can actually change the structure, texture and appearance of the skin and underlying tissues. It’s no magic potion, but we really can experience a significant difference after just a few sessions.
Last week we shared our “5 little massage tips that make a big difference” blog. Now we continue with 5 more tips that we feel make a big difference when giving a massage.
Working as a massage therapist for a few years now, I’ve discovered what works and what doesn’t, how important communication is, and how large and in charge you have to be as a practitioner.
Touch starvation is a real epidemic in our society and massage therapy is one beautiful way to treat the problem.
As a massage therapist, self-massage has been an absolute saviour, much like yoga. A busy schedule or low bank balance doesn’t always allow for one to splurge on a spa treatment. The solution? Self-massage!
For those who have slept funny, or get regular bouts of neck pain or “text neck” or for those who carry heavy bags as part of life, this is for you.
May 12th is Fibromyalgia Awareness Day when awareness, funds and help is raised surrounding Fibromyalgia and all those tens of millions suffering with it. Latest research shows that massage can help ease symptoms.
PTSD symptoms can start within three months of a traumatic event, but may not appear until years afterwards. Massage helps healing and gives peace.