Obviously, we think that massage is a great cure-all, and it’s obvious that getting a relaxing massage in your lunch break will do you far more good than just working through lunch (admit it, we all know you do it). A survey in Canada looked at the ways massage could help stressed care workers and […]
We all know that a massage makes us ‘feel better’, even if we don’t know why. Yes, it’s relaxing and it’s great for aches and pains but what about the sort of pain that must be managed with strong painkillers? Can something as simple as a massage session really make such a difference to a long-term pain condition?
We all know that massage is great for your joints, for stress and can even give your immune system a boost. But there are a few more unusual benefits of scheduling in a regular massage session that you might not know about or even have considered.
Let’s face it socks and pyjamas aren’t exactly something to get excited about, so if you’re looking for a great Christmas gift, try an alternative therapy treatment. There are lots to choose from, for both men and women, surely your mum would prefer a touch of pampering with some aromatherapy, while your other half would benefit from the stress relief of reflexology?