Wednesday, 12 November 2014

Why Not Indulge in a Whole Body Massage?

After 5 days of working hard in the office, or running back and forth from the nurses’ station to your patients’ rooms, or standing in front of your students screaming your heart out, you’ve got to relax and release the stress. Yes, hard work pays off, but abusing your body won’t do you any good. The employee of the month, dedicated mother of four, compassionate nurse, and the patient teacher need some time off too. You also have to unwind. What’s a better way to do that than to indulge in a whole body massage? 

 

Benefits of a Whole Body Massage

Massage significantly lessens stress levels in lots of people. Though no studies can prove that it also reduces symptoms of anxiety and depression, most people experiencing them can testify to that. It promotes good quality of sleep, reserves energy, and improves concentration as well.

After a taxing week at work, our muscles strain from overuse. We feel pain in some parts of our body. Athletes, in particular, are prone to this because of their hard training regimens. A whole body massage can relieve muscle stiffness, soreness, and pain. If you feel hurt, a body massage can trigger the release of endorphins which is an active pain killer.



As muscles, tendons, ligaments, and skin are rubbed and manipulated, circulation improves. The oxygen and the nutrients are circulated to the tissues and the organs better and more efficiently. It encourages tissue regeneration with the stimulated blood flow. Body massage reduces scars and stretch marks. It makes our skin look healthy and younger-looking. A hardworking woman like you deserves a relaxing treat in a day spa in Sydney. Enjoy active massage therapy with aromatic and essential oils after an exhausting tennis game or a simple Swedish therapy after a demanding work week. Indulge in a soothing massage. You deserve quality pampering.

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