Aska Mucha: The more massage you have, the greater the benefits

Aska Mucha: The more massage you have, the greater the benefits

We all want to be happy, stress and pain free. We all want to feel safe and unthreatened. So how do we accomplish this ultimate desired goal? Massage therapy takes us to the core of the matter. It can raise us high without isolating us from a reality. Through massage we allow ourselves to be transported to a higher level mentally, physically and spiritually.

It has been proven that many physical and mental conditions are stress related, and perhaps nothing causes human ageing quicker, internally and externally, than high levels of stress. Whilst some may find it challenging to eliminate anxiety and pressure in our demanding lifestyles, massage therapy can undoubtedly help reduce stress and fatigue. Furthermore, it improves concentration, energy and motivation levels, making what seems impossible become achievable. Through massage we feel complete, compassionate, spiritually lifted and humble.

The emotional balance bodywork can often be just as significant and precious as the more tangible physical benefits like increased joint range of motion, its strength and stabilisation, improved posture by corrective exercise, restored soft tissue, flexibility and muscle tone to name but a few. Human touch is said to bring enormous benefits in treating chronic conditions, neurological disorders, injuries and tensions of today’s busy lifestyles. Hence, medical professionals have started actively involving massage therapy in the rehabilitation process that has become an integral part of many hospices and intensive care units. Today numerous hospitals have in place massage practitioners helping and supporting patients on their road to recovery.

Maybe consider yourself to be treated regularly, ensuring you give yourself time for a personal massage therapy that suits your needs. It truly is an investment in your health and wellness in the present and future. Set yourself free and embrace the shores of new possibilities.

ASKA MUCHA
07894 331743
GROVE NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE
7 Bradmore Park Road
Hammersmith W6 0DT

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