Everyone Needs A Massage
Regular Treatments Will Keep Stress Down and Mobility Up!
The benefits of massage are many. Massages relieve headaches/muscle tension and soreness. It also reduces stress, anxiety/depression, improves sleep and helps boost your immune system.
A massage shouldn’t be considered an indulgence, it is part of a healthy lifestyle.
A good massage enhances physical mobility and relieves pain. It also lowers the bloodstream’s levels of stress hormones. A good massage will boost the brain’s production of feel-good chemicals such as dopamine and serotonin. These can bolster immunity, and improve sleep.
Massage therapy can help with many other symptoms as well. A massage helps to relieve chronic pain, depression, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, headaches, anxiety, immune function, and many others. If you live with any of these issues and are in the greater Moncton area we should meet. I can help you manage any of these symptoms with professional massage solutions.
There is no better time to take care of yourself than now!
Why choose a Registered Massage Therapist?
A registered massage therapist is trained in a range of manual techniques primarily applied to the soft tissues and joints of the body. Registered massage therapists aim to relieve pain, maintain, rehabilitate and improve physical function. Registered massage therapy is commonly used for relaxation and rejuvenation, yet it is an effective intervention to help prevent injury or reoccurrence and address specific activity-related injuries. By combining unique techniques applied to muscles, connective tissues and joints, the therapist can help relieve pain and tension, while improving function. Your therapist can recommend the best course of action to manage your symptoms and meet your unique needs prior to your treatment.
We basically solve the issues in your tissues!
Massage Therapy Scope of Practice
The practice of massage therapy is the assessment of the soft tissue and joints of the body. The treatment and prevention of physical dysfunction and pain of the soft tissues and joints, by mobilization and other manual methods to develop, maintain, rehabilitate or augment physical function, or relieve pain.