Benefits of Massage and Lava Shells

Written by: Natalia Dmitrijeva Date of published: . Posted in Diode laser hair removal

If you thought that massage is just for relaxation, think again. There are many health benefits to this ancient therapy that originated in China and India over 5,000 years ago but the main one is its role in stress management. It is estimated that over 90% of all disease is stress related. Massage is an excellent tool in managing stress, and should form part of your health regimen. Better sleep, decreased anxiety, increased circulation, better concentration and a reduction in fatigue are all the effects of massage. To add to the list, massage can do all this (and more!):

  • Increase immunity by stimulating lymph flow
  • Help with muscle tension and pain, particularly in low back
  • Improve circulation by delivering more oxygen into vital body organs and tissues
  • Increase joint flexibility
  • Help both during pregnancy and labour
  • Encourage tissue regeneration and improve our skin and hair
  • Relieve migraines and headaches, tight and overworked muscles and cramps
  • Ease anxiety and depression
  • Beat  PMS
  • Help stay alert 
  • Help in treatment of cancer

 

Lava Shell Massage

Loved by celebrities, this relatively new massage has become a favourite with a whole range of clients. Lava Shells are a completely natural alternative to hot stone massage and come with their own list of amazing benefits. They are quick to heat up and can be used at several heat levels to suit different needs and clients. They are also much more hygienic as their surface is non-porous and therefore does not absorb oil, bacteria or skin cells. Being several times hotter than stones, the shells allow for a deeper massage in a shorter space of time. They also provide an uninterrupted touch time which increases the benefits of the massage. Finally, the Lava Shells are deeply relaxing and ideal for the cold weather .
Have a look here for more details on the Lava Shells Massage that we offer at ND Skin Clinic.

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