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Exciting News: Massage Therapy is Back at The Points of Health!

We are so excited to announce that Amy has gotten her Massage Therapy License out of retirement! The Points of Health is excited to offer massage therapy again!

Massage therapy has been practiced for centuries and has been used to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and alleviate tension in the body. While many people view massage therapy as a luxurious treat, it also has numerous health benefits.

First and foremost, regular massage therapy sessions can help to reduce stress and anxiety. In our fast-paced world, it can be challenging to find time to relax and unwind, and stress can take a toll on both our mental and physical health. Massage therapy provides a time and space for relaxation, allowing our bodies and minds to unwind and reducing the effects of stress.

Massage therapy can also help to alleviate pain and tension in the body. Whether it's from a strenuous workout, sitting at a desk all day, or chronic pain, massage therapy can help to increase blood flow to affected areas, reduce inflammation, and loosen knots in muscles. This can lead to an improved range of motion and greater overall comfort.

In addition to physical benefits, massage therapy can also have mental health benefits. It has been shown to improve sleep quality and enhance immune function, promoting overall wellness. It can also boost our mood, reduce symptoms of depression, and promote feelings of well-being.

If you're considering incorporating massage therapy into your wellness routine, it's essential to find a licensed and qualified massage therapist. They will be able to customize your massage to your specific needs and make sure you are comfortable and safe throughout the session.

If you're looking for other natural, non-invasive ways to promote your overall well-being, I can suggest other holistic practices that may complement massage therapy, including acupuncture, cupping, gua sha, and essential oils.

The main health benefit to receiving massage therapy is that it increases the body’s circulation. Therapeutic Massage increases the flow of blood, oxygen and nutrients into tissues and vital organs and increases circulation to the body’s largest organ: the skin.

Because it increases circulation, additional benefits of massage therapy may also include:

  • Relieves migraine and sinus headaches

  • Decreases arthritis pain

  • Massage relaxes & softens of tired, overused muscles

  • Increases joint flexibility

  • Improved range of motion

  • Reduction of spasms and cramping

  • Reduction post-surgery swelling and adhesions

  • Massage promotes tissue regeneration, alleviating scar tissue

  • Enhances immunity by increasing the body’s lymph flow

  • Helps athletes recover from strenuous workouts

  • Lowers blood pressure

  • Promotes deeper easier breathing

Did you know that massage therapy also alleviates stress? Reduced stress is also associated with:

  • Reduced anxiety

  • Restful sleep

  • Improved concentration

  • Enhanced energy

  • Boosted mood

Therapeutic massage is a wonderful, relaxing, and beneficial way to promote wellbeing! Contact us to book an Orlando massage therapy appointment!

Amy E. White

Acupuncture Physician #3542

Licensed Massage Therapist #MA26748


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