There really is no bad time for a massage!
Your body can always use a little extra care, regardless of the season. However, summertime often means more activity, which leads to added stress and work for your muscles and joints. Whether you are into gardening, hiking, biking, camping, or more strenuous outdoor activities, your body is going to take a little extra time to get used to the increased activity after the long winter. Parts of your body are going to be feeling a little stiff and sore – which is an excellent reason to book a massage.
Getting a massage during the summer is extremely beneficial for your muscles.
Many people suffer from general soreness due to daily life; throw in sudden physical summer activity and those sore muscles turn into limited mobility and will leave you unable to really enjoy the warm weather. Even if you are active throughout the winter, you will probably be using muscles that have been in hibernation for awhile (especially if you aren’t into winter sports). Massage allows your muscles and joints to heal faster, loosen up, and relax, which will lead to a long, busy summer!
Common complaints during the summer season include shin splints, back pain, and tennis elbow, all of which can easily be remedied by massage therapy. Even just one session will leave you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated, but incorporating massage into your regular routine will give you the ultimate benefits and long-lasting results.
Massage can provide you will increased flexibility and range of motion, reduced soreness and tension, improved circulation, and an overall stress-free body and mind.
Complement the beautiful weather and take full advantage of every fun summer activity with a therapeutic healing massage.
Your body and mind will thank you!