Anxiety & Depression
In general, many of the studies conducted by The Touch Research Institute on the effects of massage therapy demonstrate: decrease in depressed moods, anxiety levels and stress hormones. [more]


Weight & Water Retention
Lymphatic Drainage is a special type of massage, using specific pressure, which stimulates the lymph system to remove waste and build the body's defences. A lymphatic drainage massage will normally take around 1 hour and reduces fluid retention in the body. [more]


Headaches & Migraines
Migraine headaches are caused by intense dilations or contractions of the brain nerves. Acupressure and Trigger Point therapy uses deep pressures at carefully selected points to reduce the occurrence and effects of migraine headaches. [more]


Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJ)
As a result of a tremendous exposure to stress, the development of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders has reached pandemic proportions. Massage therapists will use Post-Isometric stretching and relaxation along with pin and strech, trigger point therapy, and traditional massage strokes to relax the mastication muscles causing the TMJ dysfunction as well as realign the jaw. [more]


Insomnia
Insomnia is defined as difficulty initiating, or maintaining sleep at least 3 nights per week, in addition to complaints of sleep related daytime impairment. Massage has long been known to enhance relaxation and improve sleep patterns. While massage alone is an effective method for relaxation, studies suggest that massage with essential oils may result in improved sleep quality, more stable mood, increased mental capacity, and reduced anxiety. [more]


Parkinsons
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