The Massage Prayer
Let me dedicate my life today
to the care of those
who come my way.
Let me touch each one
with healing hands
for the gentle art
for which I stand.
Let the divine force
flow from me to you.
Let our energy and spirit renew.
And then tonight when the day is done.
Let me rest in peace
if I just helped one.
Benefits of Massage
1. Reduces Stress
A relaxing day at the spa is a great way to unwind and de-stress. Clients are sure to notice themselves feeling relaxed and at ease for days and even weeks after their appointment.
2. Improve Circulation
Loosening muscles and tendons allows increased blood flow throughout the body. Improving your circulation can have a number of positive effects on the rest of your body, including reduced fatigue and pain management.
3. Reduce Pain
Massage Therapy is great for working out problem areas like lower back pain and chronic stiffness. A professional therapist will be able to accurately target the source of your pain and help achieve the perfect massage regime.
4. Eliminate Toxins
Stimulating the soft tissues of your body will help to release toxins through your blood and lymphatic systems.
5. Improve Sleep
A massage will encourage relaxation and boost your mood. Going to bed with relaxed and loosened muscles promotes more restful sleep, and you'll feel less tired in the morning.
6. Improve Flexibility
Massage therapy will loosen and relax your muscles, helping your body to achieve its full range of movement potential.
Stimulation of the lymph nodes recharges the body's natural defense system.
8. Reduce Fatigue
Massage therapy is known to boost mood and promote better quality sleep, thus making you feel more rested and less worn-out at the end of the day.
9. Alleviate Depression and Anxiety
Massage Therapy can help to release endorphins in your body, helping you to feel happy, energized, and at ease.
10. Reduce post-surgery and post-injury swelling
A professional massage is a great way to safely deal with a sports injury or post-surgery rehabilitation.
"We are healed from suffering only by experiencing it to the full"