How Massage Can Benefit Your Life & Longevity

Whether recovering from chronic pain, generalized anxiety, trauma, or stress, massage therapy can help you feel healthier and more beautiful. It can help you feel empowered, boost your self-esteem, and improve your body image and outlook on life.


Swedish Massage is the most common type of massage and involves long strokes, kneading, and circular movements to help relax tense muscles, increase circulation, and promote overall relaxation.

Deep Tissue Massage targets deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue. It treats chronic pain, reduces muscle tension, and improves mobility.

Trigger Point Therapy focuses on areas of tightness and pain in the body. Pressure is applied to specific points that are thought to be responsible for pain, tension, and tightness.

Sports Massage is designed to help athletes prepare their bodies for peak performance, reduce fatigue, and improve flexibility. It is also used to treat injuries.

Shiatsu Massage is a Japanese massage technique that uses pressure from the fingertips to massage the body. It is used to promote relaxation, increase circulation, and reduce stress.

Hot Stone Massage uses heated stones to relax the body. The stones are strategically placed on the body to help relax muscles, reduce tension, and improve circulation.

Reflexology is based on the belief that areas of the feet, hands, and ears are connected to other parts of the body. Pressure is applied to these areas to promote relaxation, reduce pain, and improve overall health.


Massage therapy provides a wide range of health benefits, from reducing stress and tension to helping improve circulation and posture. Regular massage therapy can help improve your physical and emotional wellbeing, and help you live a healthier and happier life.

Massage therapy is safe and effective, yet non-invasive and natural.  It can reduce muscle tension and pain, improve flexibility, and increase a person’s sense of self-awareness and self-confidence. It can improve sleep quality, reduce inflammation, improve cognitive function, and boost immunity. 

As modern women who often juggle families and careers, we are often on the move with full plates. Sometimes we subconsciously or less mindfully put others’ needs before our own and compromise essentials like our health and well-being. In today’s hectic world, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed, stressed, and overworked. 

Sometimes all this stress can go incognito as an invisible culprit that harms both our physical and mental health – but enter massage therapy which offers health and healing to women of all ages, demographics, and lifestyles to be, look, and feel their best.

Physical benefits are important, but massage therapy is equally beneficial for mental health. Massage therapy can help reduce feelings of depression and anxiety, as well as increase production of neurotransmitters, including serotonin, dopamine, oxytocin, and endorphins which enable positive, pleasurable feelings of happiness and euphoria. 

The benefits of massage therapy are even thought to extend your lifespan since massage can lower risk of and prevent certain illnesses. Studies have shown that massage therapy can reduce blood pressure which, in turn, reduces the risk of heart disease. In addition, massage helps reduce cortisol levels which helps reduce the risk of certain types of cancer and even helps reduce the risk of stroke. 


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Clary Sage (Salvia sclarea) – known to help reduce stress and cortisol levels, regulate hormones, and promote relaxation

Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens) – known to balance hormones, reduce stress, combat fatigue, and improve mood

Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) – known to help reduce stress, improve sleep, and balance hormones

Ylang Ylang (Cananga odorata) – known to help reduce stress and support the endocrine system

Rose (Rosa damascena) – known to help relieve stress, regulate hormones, and boost mood

Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) – known to help reduce stress, balance hormones, and regulate menstrual cycles

Frankincense (Boswellia carterii) – known to help reduce stress and cortisol levels, balance hormones, and boost mood

Patchouli (Pogostemon cablin) – known to help reduce stress, balance hormones, and reduce fatigue


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