Massage therapy has been used in the management of good health for centuries. No longer only considered a luxury, massage therapy is considered a necessary treatment by many health professionals.
At Back to Balance, we are proud to offer over 4 fully qualified remedial massage therapists to get you back to feeling good by using the following techniques:
- Remedial massage
- Trigger point therapy
- Pregnancy massage
- Swedish massage
- Sports massage
- Lymphatic drainage
- Sinus drainage
- Rehabilitative massage
How it can help
- Blood circulation and the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to every cell of the body.
- Improving the lymphatic system by aiding with the distribution and movement of waste to clean, filter and remove toxins to prevent build up in the body.
- Increasing endorphins
- Increase flexibility & improve posture
- Reduce tension, soreness, muscle spasms and cramps
- Aiding in sport and injury recovery
The more frequent the massage treatments, the better the results. Massage is a wonderful way of relaxing mind and body, enhancing overall well
Integrating massage into your lifestyle may seem like a challenge but there are so many benefits it is worth the effort
Most health professionals agree that stress is the cause of many ailments in the body. Stress can lead to insomnia, emotional and hormonal imbalances, poor concentration, stomach upset, as well as muscle pain and headaches. Left unchecked stress can lead to serious illness and disease.
Massage is a highly effective means of treating the symptoms of stress. Previously considered a luxury, the true benefits of remedial massage are now increasingly recognised. To combat stress, a remedial massage therapist uses techniques that can relieve built up tension, calm the senses, improve circulation and focus. The use of appropriate pressure points can stimulate or balance certain body systems.
With regular massage you learn how your body stores and responds to stress. Learning to listen to your body signals is an effective tool for managing stress. Knowing when to stop allows you to take action before stress manifests.