Benefits of Massage



Why Massage?



Invest in your health

Massage is considered to be among the oldest of all treatments used by humans. Records dating back over three thousand years documented its use. Today it is an accepted part of many physical rehabilitation programs and has proven beneficial to many chronic conditions. It is a powerful ally in the quest for physical and mental health. Not only can it help you be more in tune with your body, but it can help create a sense of wellness and “wholeness” that is often lost in our overscheduled lives. When we regain that connection, it’s much easier to remember that our bodies are something to be cherished, nurtured, and loved. Valuable for every age and every body type, massage has innumerable benefits.


Research shows that massage can

• Alleviate low-back pain and improve range of moton

• Assist with shorter, easier labor for expectant mothers.

• Boosts the immune system.

• Reduces anxiety and depression.

• Reduces the flow of stress hormones.

• Improves sleep.

• Improves energy levels and reduces fatigue.

• Improves concentration.

• Increases circulation.

• Improves self-esteem.

• Reduces frequency of headaches.

• Releases endorphins.

Massage can also be beneficial in reducing symptoms associated with arthritis, asthma, high blood pressure, and premenstrual syndrome.


The benefits of massage are doubly powerful if taken in regular “doses.” It can be a powerful ally in your healthcare regimen. Professionals at the Touch Research Institute at the University of Miami explain the more massage you get, the greater benefits you reap. Experts estimate that upwards of ninety percent of disease is stress related and stress reduction is the first thing massage treats!


Benefits of Hot Stone Therapy

The heat provided by damp hot stones penetrates more deeply into the muscle tissue than manual pressure ever can. This slow heat creates deep relaxation and release of muscle tension allowing the client a gentle way to relax challenging tension and letting the therapist working into the deeper muscles layers to make greater change.

Benefits of Body Wraps

We begin with dry body brushing which dusts off old skin cells, opens pores, stimulates blood and lymph flow, and warms the skin.  Wrapping the body with hydrating oils and raising the body temperature allows the oil to moisturize deeply into the newly opened skin and helps to boost the lymph and immune systems while increasing circulation to create new cell growth. Body wraps have been shown to increase the metabolism assisting in breaking down cellulite and other body fats as well as to reduce the signs of aging. They can assist to rid the body of excess fluid and toxins leading to detoxification.

Benefits of Body Scrubs

Body scrubs are an excellent way to exfoliate the skin, scraping away the dead dry surface and leaving the radiance of new skin beneath. This new skin may be tighter and free of the damage from sun and weather, thus reducing the signs of aging and skin damage.

Salt scrubs are detoxing helping to pull the built up toxins of the world out of the skin.

Sugar scrubs are nourishing, feeding the skin and helping it to create new cells to rejuvenate and heal.


There are some medical conditions that discourage bodywork. Please ask your doctor for a referral if you have any concern about receiving massage. It is also very important that you inform your massage therapist of any health issues you may have and of medications you are taking. Receiving massage when you have a cold or flue can be hard on your immune system and can sometimes make your illness worse.



Please reschedule your appointment if you are ill.