to get a Massage?
massage a cure for an ailment, a way to maintain good
health, or a means to pamper yourself? The answer is
"all of the above."
its best, massage can be curative, preventative, and
soothing. If sitting at a desk every day has done a
number on your back, a good massage therapist should be
able to help; you could opt for specific work on the
upper or lower back to deal with a particular problem,
or you might want to improve your posture to avoid a
recurrence of the problem in the future.
Or, perhaps you just want to spend an hour at a spa
getting an allover body massage purely for muscle (and
frequently you schedule a massage depends entirely on
what you need, what you expect and what you can afford.
Some people schedule a weekly massage for relaxation;
others have single sessions to work on targeted
massage can be an excellent temporary fix for a certain
stress point in the back, for example, a good massage
therapist helps you get to (and fix) the root of the
problem. If your problems are addressed properly, you
may not need another massage for months. For a little
pampering though, the choice is all yours.
I have had a few hundred
massages at some of the top spas in the
KAREN was the BEST!
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