Have a physical condition such as diabetes or rheumatoid arthritis?
Experience anxiety or depression?
Have an eating or body image disorder?
They might benefit from massage therapy!
So many of the postural imbalances that cause knots, tension and pain in adult muscles started forming and taking shape when we were kids. As we age, the cumulative damage caused by overuse of our dominant sides combined with imperfect posture leads to many of the musculoskeletal aches and pains that commonly creep up later in adult life.
Help your kids nip muscle pain at the bud with an age-appropriate, tailored massage. Teach them early on that to prevent pain is better than trying to cure it later in adult life!
However, did you know that massage has been proven to help with your child’s development?
It is proven to increase dopamine and decrease cortisol.
This helps regulate anxiety and stress levels that can become imbalanced due to social, family and academic pressures.
Massage helps decrease muscle tension and increase range of motion, which assists in recovering from, or preventing, injuries.
Massage can improve the quality of sleep, provide more energy and increase concentration.
You could potentially have happier, healthier kids around you. Yes, even teenagers!
Much more than just a guilty pleasure to be enjoyed in a spa, massage has been proven to have real therapeutic value. As such, it is no surprise that it is now embraced by most adults as a regular part of their self-care and health maintenance routines.