Most people prescribe massage when they experience chronic muscle and joint pain, especially in the neck, shoulders, and back. They want a quick, comprehensive result, but they don’t realize that the impact of a single massage is short-lived. Restorative massage works perfectly if done regularly.

Therapeutic massage combines relaxation techniques, deep tissue work, and motions to give the whole body a chance to release and address underlying issues.

The body is, by nature, sensitive. It tends to heal itself. When we massage, we can receive information about the client without knowing where it came from.

While one massage can help you relax and de-stress, consistent bodywork will help you see and feel long-term results. We receive stress and trauma daily in our lives, even if they are small. Our body holds every physical and psychological stress, anxiety, and trauma we face daily in and day out in our lives. At some point, our body begins to break down, and we all experience pain that persists in our muscle tissue.

Our approach to Restorative massage is simple: we create a safe room for our clients to experience the full benefits of intuitive massage therapy. Usually, our body holds less than we would like, which is why we constantly recommend our clients to come regularly so that they get the maximum benefit from the physical and psychological relief of the whole body. Developing a stable, nurturing connection between clients and us and their bodies is where our massage and sustainable results set us apart.

If you’re experiencing pain that you don’t understand where it came from, don’t know how to feel better, or where to start, learn more about Restorative massage and skin care today and let our experience guide you on your way to healing.

What is a Restorative Massage? Our clients often ask this question. Restorative massage combines relaxing and personalized deep tissue massage (always provided based on our clients’ requirements) and stretching where needed. The emphasis, as well as the goal, is to restore the balance of the whole body constantly.

Return of blood circulation helps with high blood pressure and recovery from wounds or injuries.

Restorative flexibility and range of motion massage help people with sciatica and arthritis, as well as everyday pains.

Restorative massage and relaxation. When we receive a massage, we do not consider how psychologically we will feel after an hour on a warm table with pleasant music. This is one of the best benefits we get from massage. Having an hour of free time (this is your hour, so your therapist must constantly remember to remain silent). Where else can we achieve health and, at the same time, relax?

In today’s world, it’s easy to say to yourself, “I’m fine,” “I don’t need a massage.” We want to encourage our community (as Eastern cultures have done so many times) to understand that a monthly massage is one of the best preventive methods we can use to maintain balance in our bodies. Always remember to keep quiet (if necessary). Where else can we get healthy and relax at the same time?

Benefits of Restorative Massage

  • Anxiety reduction
  • Injury Prevention
  • Athlete Peak Recording
  • Calms muscle mass and improves blood circulation
  • Help with recovery from injury
  • Reduces anxiety
  • Improves mood
  • Pain Reduction
  • Increases range of motion

Restorative circulatory massage – massage increases blood flow. There are many massage techniques for this particular function. With the renewal of circulation, numerous other valuable physical improvements exist.

Accelerate healing

  • Improved oxygen distribution
  • Improved Nutrient Delivery
  • Reduces high blood pressure

In addition, these improvements in your circulation lead to even more improvement. For example, increasing your body’s ability to deliver oxygen and nutrients to places like your legs and feet can relieve pain and problems in those areas.

Bring back flexibility. Massage can stretch your muscle fibers to help you move forward and increase your flexibility. This is optimal for those who have lost some flexibility due to age or injury. However, it is equally vital for those who want to maintain or improve their current flexibility.

Restorative massage of movement and range of motion. As with flexibility, massage can restore and improve your activity and range of motion. Muscle mass can become much larger and stiff as the body engages in repetitive work. This stiffness limits movement as well as the variety of activities.

Massage can separate this muscle tissue to bring back movement and improve it. This also applies to those who experience a lack of total activity due to an injury. With regained flexibility and exercise, you don’t have to worry about your active life limiting your life.

Restorative balance massage. Balance is not just a fantasy of our age. This is what your body needs to function correctly. Many health problems, illnesses, and decreased performance can occur when the body is out of balance. You strengthen your balance by using massage to heal and restore bodily functions that distract from the training process.

Restorative calmness massage. Therapeutic calmness massage is also included in the competence of professional massage. A body out of balance or in pain does not create a peaceful person. Restoring calm is what massage is best for.

Massage relaxes, heals, and psychologically calms. Even if you don’t feel like you need the healing associated with a massage, you can still get peace from a professional massage.

Massage Can Revitalize Even More

Massage can do much more. Generally, if it is related to movement, exercise, or general health and wellness, there will always be a massage method that can help. Massage is not only therapeutic, but it is also a way to benefit and reward your body. If you have specific questions about how massage therapy can help you, please contact our company, NYC Massage and Spa.

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