A recent study has found that massage could help treat anxiety and mild depression, due to its effect of reducing cortisol and anxiety symptoms. Researchers conducted a randomized study, focusing on patients with Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD).
I’ve massaged a lot of people throughout my career and treated a lot of different bodies and personalities, but some questions come up a lot, so I thought I would put together a short list so you can more understand what we’re really thinking, what we do care about, and what we don’t. So make yourself a cup of tea and get into the mind of your massage therapist….
Every so often something so simple, so beautiful comes along… 1. Crowning Glory -Your Hair If you are frequently washing your hair, or out and about in the hot drying sun, or perhaps you are losing more hair than is usual for you, then be sure to try the following tip.
Feeling tight in the neck? A little out of sorts or stressed? We have 10 good reasons to consider getting a massage. You haven’t had a massage in a long time: Massage is excellent as a preventative measure as well as for acute conditions. It works best when undertaken regularly, it is usually recommended between every 4 – 6 weeks for regular maintenance and more often for specific injuries and rehabilitation.