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The field of therapeutic massage and body work draws from both Western and non-Western traditions. Incorporate knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathology to address soft tissue dysfunctions, stress-related conditions and energy imbalances. The therapeutic benefits of massage continue to be studied, but research has shown it to be effective in:


~ Decreasing/easing pain

~ Improving range of motion

 ~ Reducing muscle soreness

 ~ Relieving back pain

 ~ Boosting immune system

 ~ Reducing anxiety

 ~ Lowering blood pressure

 ~ Decreasing carpal tunnel symptoms

 ~ Increases blood circulation and lymphatic flow

 ~ Aid in recovery from strained muscles or sprained ligaments

 ~ Improves energy and alertness

 ~ Relieve repetitive motion injuries


How to prepare for a massage

The Importance of Drinking Water After a Massage

The body benefits from proper hydration. Consuming water helps the kidneys and other organs process the various substances which move through our bodies on a regular basis. Drinking water before a massage because the muscles are easier to manipulate when they are hydrated and also after a massage

During a massage, the muscles are stimulated, blood is circulated throughout the entire body, and water and minerals are released which helps your body dispose of any accumulated materials in the muscles.


During massage the manipulation of the muscles dehydrates them and moves around the fluid, in the interstitial spaces between the muscles. Just like when you exercise, you lose water and electrolytes. You can reduce the potential for pain and soreness in the days following a massage by drinking water after a massage.