Release Endorphins—Amino Acids That Work as the Body's Natural Painkiller.
Relieve Migraine Pain.
Reduces Appearance of Cellulite
Cellulite, Presenting as a Dimpling of Skin Around Fatty Deposits, Is the Target of Many a Woman's Woes. Expensive Creams, Products & Surgery Are All Available to Alleviate This Bothersome Malady, Yet Access to or Affording Such Treatments Can Be Challenging.
So, Why Is It That Mostly Women Are Plagued w/ This? Men's Bodies Store the Fat in a Single Continuous Layer Under the Skin, Keeping the Appearance Relatively Smooth. Women, on the Other Hand, Store Their Fatty Deposits in Pieces, Like Filling the Holes in a Sponge, & the Dimpling Is the Space Between the Fat, Skin, & Muscle.
The Soft Tissues Are Responsive to Proper Manipulations, & Regular Massage Can Help Reduce the Appearance of Cellulite.
Enhanced Sleep Quality.
Arthritis Sufferers Note Fewer Aches & Less Stiffness & Pain.
Asthmatic Children Show Better Pulmonary Function & Increased Peak Air Flow.
Premenstrual Syndrome Sufferers Have Decreased Water Retention & Cramping.
Preterm Infants Have Improved Weight Gain.
Sports Massage Is Effective Because of the Beneficial Physiological & Psychological Effects That Are Derived From the Massage. Specifically, Sports Massage Treatments Enable the Athlete in Training to Work Out & Recover Faster & More Efficiently.
During Exercise, as a Muscle Contracts to Do the Work, Its Fibers Shorten & Glide Together Allowing the Muscle & Tendon to Broaden. In Sports Massage, Compression & Friction Techniques Imitate This Broadening to Help Create More Pliability of the Connective Tissues & Eliminate Restrictions in the Broadening of the Muscle.
Here Are Just Some of the Benefits of Sports Massage:
Maintains & Increases Flexibility.
Improves Alignment of the Body to Optimize Performance & Eliminate Wear & Tear.
Speeds Recovery of Muscle & Tendons After Hard Workouts & Competitions.
Reduces Stiffness & Soreness of Training.
Reduces Risk of Injury.
Enhances the Athlete's Awareness of His/Her Body.
Supports Greater Improvement in Strength, Endurance, & Overall Fitness. A Tight Muscle Is a Weak Muscle & Is Not Using All of Its Fibers for Contracting & Therefore a Workout Will Be Less Effective & There Is an Increased Risk of Injury.