We often ask ourselves, "Is massage right for me?" Or "I don't think I'm a 'luxury' person..." Well truth be told, massage isn't only for the luxurious or pampering lifestyles. In fact, the art of massage as a healing agent started between 1839-1909 by a doctor in Holland named Dr. Johann Mezger. Dr. Mezger initiated the massage movement by using massage as a scientific subject for physicians in the remedial treatment of disease. As a result, massage became recognized as a fundamental part of rehabilitation in physical therapy.
Through out the years massage has had many innovations and influences from various cultures to techniques. Today's most popular methods have descended from Sweden, Germany, France, England, China, Japan, and Thailand. Used in various settings for the benefit of the body as a whole or in part, massage is most commonly recognized as a complimentary health service among today�s health and wellness revolution.
Therapeutic massage is defined as a personal health service employing various soft tissue manipulations for the improvement of the clients over all health and well being.
Some direct benefits of regular massage are:
�So now ask yourself why Massage Isn�t for you!