Here are some of the lesser known and more surprising benefits:
Postural stress is a common problem faced by many with the rise in the number of hours spent sedentary. Prolonged sitting can increase stress in the head, neck, shoulders and the lower back. A good massage can help relieve this imbalance.
Massage therapy can also boost immunity as it increases the white blood cell count in the body.
Massage is beneficial for depression patients too. Human touch is known to ease the symptoms of depression and massage therapy with its soothing benefits is all the more beneficial.
Massage therapy can enhance blood flow as well as lower blood pressure, in turn, improving overall body function.
Regular massages can stimulate the production of the body’s natural lubricants which help in keeping the flexibility at a maximum. A massage usually works on;
- Connective tissues
- Joint etc.
Regular massages can also help keep the digestive system functioning well. Stimulating peristalsis, which can aid in relief from constipation.
Massage can have a stimulating effect on the digestive organs, which helps improve your digestion.
Massage therapy goes well beyond just making you feel relaxed and rejuvenated. At Balima Spa in Geneva, we offer a variety of massages in luxury and tranquillity, so why not indulge yourself knowing all the additional benefits of this type of therapy.
The Importance of Regular Massages for Those Who Workout
A good full body massage is known to relieve muscle stress and boosts muscle recovery after intense workouts. Nothing works better on your sore muscles than a good massage. A good full body massage reduces inflammation and helps soothe your body while at the same time boosting the healing and recovery of your muscles. If you are training rigorously, a weekly or bi-weekly massage is recommended and can help you speed up muscle recovery.
Exfoliating Body Massage
As often as we take care of and pamper our face, do we pay the same attention to our body? People use several products to help remove dead skin from face and spend time on taking care of the face, but do you put in the same effort in taking care of your body as well?