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Ongoing Stress Buster: Regular Monthly Massages Lead to Stress-Free Living

Nov 16, 2012

Ongoing Stress Buster: Regular Monthly Massages Lead to Stress-Free Living

 

To keep your mind and body aligned and working in sync, monthly massage therapy sessions are important to restoring and reinvigorating your overall health and well-being at work and at home. Regular monthly massage provides relief and relaxation to people of all ages, occupations and workplace environments. Massage therapy can address a variety of health conditions, the most prevalent being stress-related tension. Some of the most common massage therapy techniques include:

  • Deep Tissue Massage: Focuses on chronically tight or painful muscles, repetitive strain, postural problems or recovery from injury.
  • Swedish Massage: Focuses on relaxation, stress relief and overall health and wellness.
  • Hot Stone Massage: Specializes in easing muscle tension without deep pressure.
  • Trigger Point: Focuses on highly localized muscle knots where the body holds tension and carries stress.

 

Today is as good of a day as any to start taking steps toward living a more stress-free life at work and at home. By incorporating the above stress buster tips into your daily work environment, combined with regularly scheduled therapeutic massages, you will be on your way to increasing your productivity and efficiency at work, while improving your overall health and well-being. The expert massage therapists at Elements Therapeutic Massage can help you get started on establishing a stress-free lifestyle at work and at home by offering a drug-free, non-invasive and humanistic approach to well-being through a truly therapeutic massage experience. Whether it is to provide relief from pain, release of tension, reduction of stress or simply to relax and feel your best, Elements Therapeutic Massage is committed to promoting your mind and body’s health and wellness.

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 1American Psychological Association. Stress in America 2009.

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