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Short-term effects of massage:

  • increase the blood flow, both in the area being massaged and generally

  • increase the lymphatic flow to and from the area treated, reducing pain, swelling and inflammation and speeding up the body’s own healing process

  • relieve stress and tension

  • increase muscle tone  


Long-term effects of Massage:

  • improved general circulation

  • balance of muscles and joints, leading to a better state of health

  • break down of scar or fibrous tissue, restoring elasticity to the joints

  • improve range of motion

  • overall relief of stress

  • prevent the return of injuries    


Common conditions often addressed :

  • sports injuries (strain & sprain)

  • repetitive injuries

  • office syndrome (stress and tension of neck, shoulder and lower back)

  • frozen shoulder

  • plantar fasciaiitis

  • joint restriction, muscle tightness and pain and many more . . .










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