The Sound of Relaxation
Elements Massage Scottsdale Promenade Feb 18, 2014
At Elements Massage Scottsdale Promenade, your therapist will likely play music. Never anything jarring or too upbeat, most of the songs selected by the therapists will be soothing instrumental tracks that focus on soft strings or the soothing cadence of New Age music or calming ambient music. Regardless, each track works towards a larger goal: helping the client relax and reduce the stress. How does this work?
We are constantly bombarded by sounds in day-to-day life; the noise of traffic whizzing past our homes, the drone of airplanes and helicopters. Phones ringing, people shouting, televisions and radio playing in the background constantly surround us and all add to the overstimulation of modern living. This phenomenon is referred to as “noise pollution,” and it often has adverse effects on health and happiness. The chronic buzz and din of construction, traffic, lawnmowers, and every other noise can interrupt sleep, increase stress and depress immune systems. And it’s difficult to find a way to take a time out from it all.
One way to find that peace is during your session of therapeutic massage. While the therapist works the stress from your muscles, the calming music provides your auditory system with a respite as well. Instead of irritating grind of machines or the chirping of technology, massage therapists want to provide something that is calm and relaxing – something that will help their clients relax and get the most out of their session.
Elements Massage at the Scottsdale Promenade: 16255 N Scottsdale Rd C-5,
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