Relaxation Massage

By: Jennifer Lamb Massage  02-Jan-2013
Keywords: Massage Therapy, Remedial Massage, Massage Services

More and more scientific research is coming to light that draws a link between our hectic, stress-filled modern lives and the rising rates of chronic diseases such as heart disease, chronic pain syndromes, auto-immune diseases and cancer. RELAXATION MASSAGE aims to decrease stress & tension within the body by gently releasing "pent-up" muscle tension, through gentle kneading and calming, therapeutic touch. Additionally, it acts to increase blood flow to the muscles and stimulate the body's own detoxification process and immune response, thus helping to promote health & well-being in today's fast-paced & stress-inducing world.

Keywords: Anxiety, Aromatherapy, Aromatherapy Oils, Massage & Therapy, Massage Clinic, Massage Services, Massage Therapist, Massage Therapists, Massage Therapy, Relax, Relaxation, Remedial Massage, Stress, Swedish Massage, Therapeutic Massage

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