What is Massage and Heat Therapy?
Massage therapy is the practice of kneading or manipulating a person’s muscles and other soft-tissue in order to improve their wellbeing or health.
It is, perhaps, one of the oldest practices in treating ailments and was practiced by the Ancient Greeks, Egyptians and Chinese.
Research has shown that massage is effective in managing a wide range of conditions from chronic lower back pain and soft tissue injuries to anxiety, stress and insomnia.
The benefits of massage can be amplified by heat, which dilates the blood vessels to increase blood flow.
This improved circulation delivers more oxygen, white blood cells and nutrients, helping to repair damaged tissue.