Massage provides relief to people of all ages-from infants to seniors-and from all walks of life the weekend or competitive athlete to the home gardener or overworked, over-stressed executive.

Massage has medical and rehabilitative applications, as well as the more familiar health and wellness rewards. No less important is the benefits of relaxation and  sports fitness, maintenance, injury prevention and recovery.

Massage can be beneficial as an adjunct to Chiropractic care, or simply as a way to be good to yourself.

Massage increases circulation and promotes healing by eliminating waste products and bringing nutrients to your tissues.

Massage helps to relieve pain and improve mobility. Massage therapy can make it easier to stretch and exercise which in turn helps to maintain and improve flexibility, strength and balance.

Massage triggers the body’s relaxation response by interrupting the cycle of stress and muscle tension that can build in response to life’s challenges.

Massage can improve and help you to support good posture by releasing tight muscles that might make it hard to stay in proper alignment.

Massage increases metabolism and tissue health allowing faster recovery from fatigue and injury.

Experts estimate that upwards of ninety percent of disease is stress-related. And perhaps nothing ages us faster, internally and externally, than high stress.