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3rd January 2010

MAY: I Have A Massage

We all know the feeling of being under pressure, not having enough hours in the day, struggling to find some time to relax.

And we all know the painful tight feeling in the neck and shoulders or a tight back or even a sour stomach or cramps belly. If we are lucky we can “neutralise” these unpleasant conditions going out for a jog or having a good chat with friends or quality time with the family. In this case, we can go back to work recharged and relaxed ready for another productive day.

If though the pressure continues for a prolonged time our muscles will stay “on alert” and under tension for too long. This can cause a long list of problems including headaches, teeth problems, neck and shoulder pain, tendon problems of the rotator cuff, elbow and wrist.

A general “protective tightness” will also restrict our breathing and influence our digestion leading to poor oxygenation and sensitive tommies or constipation.

At the end of this chain reaction we will find a tired, stressed, unfocused unproductive ourself.

A massage shouldn’t therefore be regarded as a superfluous service or a luxury. More over it is a pleasant way to keep ourself healthy and balanced and more productive. Let us help you feel better and book your massage today.

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Published on: 3rd January 2010