Massage Therapy

Massage

Massage Therapy is a muscle manipulation technique that helps aid one’s overall health and wellbeing. By manipulating the soft tissues in the body; muscles, tendons, ligaments, connective tissue and joints, massage therapy can help ease built-up stress and tension along with many chronic conditions.

Effective For:

Every Day Occupational Stresses

Do you find yourself sitting at a desk for most of your day? Perhaps lifting heavy objects, working in an uncomfortable position, standing for long periods of time? Your day-to-day work routine can certainly take a toll on your body. 

Every Day Stress

Every day stress can compile in many different ways, some being: anxiety, lethargy, burn out, etc… These issues can  cause your body to hold tension in areas that cause you pain or discomfort. 

Chronic Health Conditions

Massage Therapy has been proven to reduce pain and anxiety for those who suffer from chronic illness. It can help conditions such as cancer-related restlessness, high blood pressure, depression, back pain, sleeping disorders, etc…

Training

Do you find yourself working out a lot? This can be in any capacity: sports, weight lifting, running, etc… Perhaps your not taking the necessary time to stretch and pay attention to the toll it takes on your body. Massage therapy can help with that. It’s a great way to release pent up tension and better circulate blood flow to increase your overall performance and prevent injury.

Recovery

Massage can aid in many forms of recovery. Whether it be from training, a hard days work, or even post-surgery. 

Benefits Of Massage

Improved Circulation Throughout Your Body

Improved Recovery of Soft Tissue Injuries

Reduced Muscle Tension

Reduced Anxiety and Depression

Increased Joint Mobility and Flexibility

Improvement of physical fitness 

Stimulation of the Lymphatic System

Increased Overall Well-bring

Plan a Visit

The Abundance Bar is based in Minesing, Ontario but proudly serves all surrounding areas. Don’t hesitate to book your appointment today.