Regular massage is important not only to refresh the body and relax muscles, but also because it has a beneficial effect on the nervous system.
Reduces the adverse effects of stress
Massage activates the parasympathetic nervous system and counteracts your body's negative response to stress. Relieves involuntary tension in your muscles, allowing you to restore normal heart rate, blood pressure and circulation.
Provides a more restful sleep
Massage relaxes tense muscles and soothes the nervous system, slowing down the body's rhythm. In this peaceful, meditative state, blood pressure drops, heart rate slows, breathing becomes deeper and more regular, opening the way to better, restful sleep.
It strengthens the immune system and initiates self-healing processes in the body
Massage revitalizes the body's meridian system and improves energy flow. It is often used on people with pain. Massage improves well-being, improves quality of life, increases physical and mental strength.
Improves skin conditions
Massage expands the capillary veins of the skin, facilitates the access of oxygen and nutrients to the cells, and eliminates harmful toxins faster. Increased blood circulation ensures that the skin is properly hydrated so that it will not dry out and itch.
Enhances muscle performance
As a direct effect of massage, muscle tension is reduced, muscle tone is reduced, metabolism is increased, resulting in increased muscle elasticity and performance. Tired muscles recover faster and your stamina improves.