New Therapists at Soluna Massage
As the medical industry learns the value and efficacy of massage therapy as an important approach for health and medical conditions, more and more medical doctors, physical therapists, and chiropractors are recommending their patients receive massage. At Soluna Massage we are ecstatic about this having known the health benefits of massage all along! What this means though, is that massage therapists are now in high demand unlike any other time in history. Finding therapists with the experience and skillset necessary to work at Soluna Massage has not been easy since we only hire the very best! However, after months of looking we have found just the right therapists to add to our team. You can review their profiles here on our website. They have a combined experience of over 30 years in massage therapy! Every one of our 10 therapists have a special approach that makes them unique and an excellent massage therapist. You are in good hands at Soluna Massage!
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Massage as part of your self-care routine!
When it comes to massage, “less is more” definitely does not apply. While one massage can certainly help, it packs the greatest benefits over time. Massage therapy should be considered part of a long-term self-care routine. It’s best to get a massage as frequently as possible, even if it’s once a month or once every six weeks. Regular massage reduces chronic pain, improves flexibility, increases sleep quality, strengthens your immune system, helps relieve chronic headaches, boosts levels of the hormones serotonin and oxytocin, and combats the creation of the stress hormone cortisol. With so many benefits it is easy to see why your self-care routine should include a regular massage!
The 10 BEST reasons for a massage!
Cold Weather – Did you know muscle and joint pain can be attributed to changes in barometric pressure? Add the physical strains of tackling winter activities such as shoveling snow or scraping ice off frozen windshields, and you end up with a lot of pulled muscles, strained backs and tired bodies. Massage is also an excellent immunity booster. Regular massage can help you stay healthy this winter!
Chronic muscular pain – Massage encourages the release of pain-fighting endorphins that help bring relief from chronic pain. Many customers use massage for relief from fibromyalgia and muscular dystrophy as well as other degenerative diseases.
Sciatica / Lower back pain – Tight lower back muscles can place stress on your nerve roots. Massage therapy loosens these muscles and helps prevent pinching or irritation.
Under Stress – Massage therapy can reduce pain, increase energy levels and improve overall physical and mental performance.
At the end of a difficult week – A massage will loosen up your muscles and release tensions. This puts your body into a relaxed state which will help you to re-energize prior to going back to work.
After a workout – Massage helps flush lactic acid buildup out of muscle fiber and reduce recovery time.
Before a sports event – Receiving a sports massage prior to participating in a sporting event will help with flexibility as well as durability during the event.
Before a holiday – The stress of the holiday’s is sure to be felt! Take the time to self-care and get a massage before the stress happens. This will melt your tensions and free you up to get back to your holiday errands feeling refreshed.
After a holiday – Of course! A massage will help bring your mind, body, and emotional health back to a ready state prior to getting back to your routine.
Before a vacation – Most of us spend so much time running around getting ready for the vacation that we are doubly stressed out by the time we get on the plane or in the car to leave. Try Getting a massage 1 or 2 days prior to leaving. You will be amazed at how relaxed and ready you are for travel.
After a Vacation – If you have ever felt like you needed a vacation from your vacation try getting a massage when you get back. This helps to extend your vacation as well as helps you be ready for your normal routine.