Noblesville Massage Special

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Our state-licensed massage therapists focus on the normalization of soft tissues affected by stress, injury, and illness through the use of manual techniques that improve circulation, enhance muscular relaxation, relieve pain, reduce stress, or promote health and well-being.

In recent years, more and more Americans are turning to therapeutic massage for relief from injuries and certain chronic and acute conditions, to help them deal with the stresses of daily life, and to maintain good health. The reason for this is that a number of research studies show massage reduces heart rate, lowers blood pressure, increases blood circulation and lymph flow, relaxes muscles, improves range of motion, and increases endorphins (enhancing medical treatment). Although therapeutic massage does not increase muscle strength, it can stimulate weak, inactive muscles and, thus, partially compensate for the lack of exercise and inactivity resulting from illness or injury.

Massage therapists focus on the normalization of soft tissues affected by stress, injury, and illness through the use of manual techniques that improve circulation, enhance muscular relaxation, relieve pain, reduce stress, or promote health and well-being. AMTA requires minimum training of 500 hours of classroom instruction (at least 300 hours in massage therapy theory and technique, and a minimum of 100 hours of anatomy and physiology). Most states that regulate the profession require 500 or more hours of classroom instruction.

Therapeutic massage is proven to relieve many of the symptoms of conditions such as: Arthritis, Asthma, Carpal tunnel syndrome, chronic and acute pain, circulatory problems, gastrointestinal disorders, headache, immune function disorders, insomnia, myofascial pain, reduced range of motion, sports injuries, stress and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction.