bENNefits Of Massage
- Alleviates Pain
- Relieves Stress
- Reduces Anxiety
- Boosts the Immune System
- Increases Flexibility
- Promotes Deeper Breathing
- Improves Circulation
- Promotes Mental Acuity
- Increases Peace of Mind
- Lowers Blood Pressure
- Improves Skin's Tone & Health
- Helps You Generally Feel Better
- Improves Posture
- Speeds Healing
- Releases Toxins & Endorphins
- Improves Sleep Patterns
A lot of people turn to massage for stress relief or for relaxation; however, its benefits and healing powers extend a great deal further. At Massage By Benn, I concentrate on alleviating pain, providing relaxation, healing injuries, and helping you maintain a natural balance both physically and mentally.
Many consider massage to be a luxury in which they rarely personally indulge, a treat they either give themselves or present to a loved one. However, aches and pains are a real part of our daily lives which we all get from time to time, and massage is a proven way to a happier and healthier life - as it nurtures the body and at the same time relaxes the mind, soul and quite importantly --- the human spirit.
Incorporating regular massage into your weekly regimen is as important as exercise and meditation.
There are three critical traits a respectable Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) brings to their profession in my opinion:
FIRST & FOREMOST THEIR HEART, FOLLOWED BY THEIR HANDS.
One can possess two skillful hands, but without heartfelt intent accompanying them to their table or chair – the key ingredient to a successful massage is “sorely” missing.
LISTENING is a fundamental element a LMT should take utmost pride in possessing.
Being TRUSTED is the most important quality to develop if one expects to have a successful career performing bodywork on the general public. Without BOTH of those prevailing attributes, the Client/Therapist relationship is imperiled.
I subscribe to the following as a Matter of Sound Business, Human, and Common Sense:
“The word LISTEN contains the same letters as the word SILENT!”~ Alfred Brindel
“To be TRUSTED is a greater compliment than being loved!: ~ George MacDonald
Whether you are interested in a full body relaxation massage, are suffering chronic pain, recovering from an injury, or are training and wish to protect yourself from injury – I believe you’ll consider my therapeutic massage sessions valuable to your health!
As Certified Member #1082886 of the Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals, I adhere strictly to the organization’s Code of Ethics, which you can read by clicking on the abmp Certified Member logo below. You may also read my BIO which is at massagetherapy.com by clicking on that banner right next to it.