The word ‘massage’ incorporates a wide range of different styles which can involve a client remaining clothes or undressing; having oil on skin or the use of stretches and pressure; lying on the floor, a table, or on a chair. Overall, massage involve the use of pressure on the body to provide relaxation or relief of symptoms.
For many people, massage is used for relaxation. It can aid you to unwind by relaxing the muscles, smoothing aches and pains. However, depending on the type of massage received, it can also be beneficial for a range of physical needs:
- Improved circulation
- Improved joint mobility
- Injury support and repair
- The easing of ailments such as back pain, arthritis and headaches
- Improving digestive problems such as IBS, Constipation, Reflux, and Crohn’s Disease
- Improving reproductive problems such as painful periods, infertility and Endometriosis
- And much more.
Go to the specific pages to find out more information about the treatments, and the conditions they can support.