Why Relaxation Massage?

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You’ve booked a Swedish/Relaxation massage. So what do you get? What are the benefits of a Relaxation Massage?

Relaxation Massage, commonly called Swedish Massage, generally focuses on full body relaxation. (Keep in mind, full body massage means most of the body – back, shoulders, legs, hips, feet, arms, hands, upper chest, neck and head. I will only perform abdominal massage on request.)

Stress relief and general muscle maintenance greatly benefit the mind and body. Relaxation massage uses general to firm pressure throughout the body to induce relaxation and relieve muscle tension. If you want to know what a Relaxation Massage feels like from me, click here.  🙂

Benefits of regular Relaxation Massage:

*Reduces Anxiety

*Improves Sleep

*Improves Energy Levels

*Relieves Muscle Tension

*Soothes Arthritis Pain

*Reduces Headaches

*Causes Happiness

Conditions/Symptoms that regular Massage can help:

*Sciatica

*Headaches

*Anxiety/Depression

*Shoulder Pain

*Lower Back Pain

*Arthritis

*Irritability

*Many more

What are you waiting for?! Click here and schedule your appointment! The Comfort Zone Massage is in Paris, AR.

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6 Comments

  1. August 28, 2012 at 1:18 pm

    Sounds so good. Everybody feels so much better when they are relaxed! Who wants to keep feeling stressed?

  2. Susan said,

    August 28, 2012 at 3:37 pm

    Peace, muscle relaxation, and stress reduction – what better way to spend an hour!

  3. August 28, 2012 at 4:48 pm

    I had a client today tell me about why she dumped her last MT for me. The other woman did ONLY trigger points. Even when it seemed to help those get better, she still came out of the massage feeling like crap! No wonder she stopped going there. Massage shouldn’t be a punishment!

    • tlbradley said,

      August 28, 2012 at 6:58 pm

      Exactly! I can attack trigger points like a pro, and I do almost every day. But most of my clients love the entire experience: ambiance, relaxation, muscle work.


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