Seasonal Massage Therapy Benefits

Posted Lake Norman Woman Health, Women's Health

Contributed by: Kristy Serdinsky, Franchise Owner/Strategic Partner, Massage Heights-Jetton Village

Seasonal Massage Therapy Benefits  

As summer draws to a close, and we look forward to the cooler weather of fall, you may find yourself outside more—from yard work to extracurricular activities that increase with the start of school to crisp night air that will soon move in … your body and muscles will notice!

Relieve and Reduce Swelling.

This time of year, heat and humidity are still high and can cause swelling and edema—as well as make you feel lethargic and less energized. Massage therapy is an excellent method to relieve and reduce this swelling by increasing the flow through your lymph nodes, making you feel more energized, eliminating toxins and dead cells, and even increasing your body’s ability to fight infections.

Massage Therapy for Outdoor Sports and Activities.

Although summer temps linger, more pleasant weather begs us to be more active. Whether it’s your regular evening walk in the park, bike ride, Saturday golf game or morning run, massage therapy is not only a perfect way to reduce muscle inflammation and relieve pain, but also keeps you flexible and ready to take on the great outdoors!

Massage Therapy for Yard Work

There is an array of yard work to be done this time of year—mowing the lawn, pulling those dreaded weeds, raking leaves, prepping for a new season, etc. This can lead to neck, shoulder, and lower back pain. Massage therapy can help alleviate this pain, promoting cell recovery and reducing inflammation.

Massage Heights offers Swedish, deep tissue, sports, and targeted treatments based on your needs.  They also offer exclusive customized Lifestyle Programs designed especially for you, keeping you active, energized, and always ready to take on the season!

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