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What is Massage?
Massage is one of the oldest healing therapies known to mankind. The basis of massage is touch, the most fundamental of human needs. Massage is formalized touch, giving therapists a license to touch within clearly defined boundaries. It is used to achieve and maintain good health, whether basic relaxation or injury rehabilitation, or to restore function to a body system.

Twenty Benefits Of Massage Therapy:

1)

Reduces muscular restrictions, tightness, stiffness, and spasms

2)

Enhances blood circulation by increasing oxygen and nutrients available to muscles

3)

Enhance venous return

4)

Reduces blood pressure

5)

Reduces muscle fatigue and post-exercise soreness

6)

Promotes healthy connective tissue pliability and mobility

7)

Increases joint mobility and flexibility

8)

Provides deep relaxation

9)

Improves sleep

10)

Reduces stress

11)

Reduces pain

12)

Releases endorphins (producing a greater sense of well-being)

13)

Improves Injury recovery time

14)

Improves mental clarity

15)

Reduces anxiety

16)

Enhances mind-body connection and awareness

17)

Stimulates the immune system and increases lymphatic flow

18)

Enhances digestion

19)

Removes metabolic waste products from the body

20)

Increases energy

                  

What my clients are saying...
"My doctor told me I had Carpal Tunnel, but I did not want surgery. Since I started seeing Karen on a regular basis, the numbness and tingling in my hand is gone and I am pain free!"

J. Robb

693 Reading Ave.
West Reading, PA 19611

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