HOW DOES BEING STRESSED MAKE YOU FEEL?
You know how being stressed and overwhelmed make some people feel unfocused and unproductive? Well, what I do is help clients manage stress and restore their inner and physical balance through massage therapy. I am Erskine Melville, an integrative, licensed massage therapist in Manhattan, NY.
Through my visceral touch therapy, I provide personalized treatments suited for each client’s needs, that help them once again feel focused, creative, productive, and ready to take on the tasks for the day.
Before we delve into some of the benefits of regular massage therapy, it is important to be mindful that your needs and issue although they may have the same name – like “Stress”, your issues and circumstances are uniquely you! So, take whatever time you need to discover the right therapist, modality, and treatment that works best for your specific need.
REGULAR MASSAGE THERAPY HAS MANY BENEFITS:
With inner and physical balanced alignment as your ultimate goal, focusing on managing your stress level will help you realize higher levels of relaxation that will eventually improve every area of your life. Some core advantages of regualr massage therapy are:
- Improved circulation
- Reduced stress
- Reduced anxiety
- Re-alignment of posture
- Promoted relaxation
- Improve the quality of sleep. This is just the tip of the iceberg – the possibilities of massage therapy are endless, so why not see what it can offer you today?
The benefits of a wellness massage at its core are to make you feel more grounded and balanced – meaning no matter the intensity of your activity level, you can reap the benefits of a wellness massage from as little as one session.
There are substantial differences between structural integration (SI) and massage in rationale, technique, and training,” says Eric Jacobson, Ph.D., MPH, president of the Ida P. Rolf Research Foundation and lecturer of Global Health & Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School. “It is a different way of looking at the body.” Developed by biochemist Ida P. Rolf in the 1940s, SI is a form of massage therapy that treats the body as a holistic system, with a particular focus on fascia, a connective tissue that surrounds the body’s muscles, blood vessels, organs and nerves.1
Mon: 9:00 am – 8:00 pm
Wed: 9:00 am – 8:00 pm
Th:9:00 am – 8:00 pm
Sat:8:00 am – 3:00 pm
Sun:9:00 am – 6:00 pm
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