The lymphatic system handles removing toxins, waste, and other foreign materials from the body. It's the main highway for the body's primary natural defense: white blood cells. Leg massage will promote the drainage of fluids in the legs that build up over time or after surgery. If you've ever had a leg injury or surgery that has … Continue reading Help Lymph Flow with Foot & Leg Massage
The blood vessels in the legs carry the oxygen these limbs need for a wide range of physical activity. The lack of physical activity, poor eating habits, or daily stress can decrease leg circulation which leaves legs physically weaker. If you notice that your legs hurt or don't move as quickly as they should, consider … Continue reading Improve Circulation with a Foot & Leg Massage
A leg massage can help improve a misaligned posture, which may improve this lower pain. The feet and legs form the foundation of your posture. Massaging legs will improve this foundation and, in turn, help the upper half. If you suffer from chronic lower back pain, try a leg massage to ease these issues.
When a massage works out overworked muscles, it can release tension and improve flexibility. Massaging affects the flexibility of the lower trunk, including the lower back, thighs, legs, and feet. This is beneficial for physical activities like walking, along with general health. Improved flexibility is helpful for increasing a person's range of motion and preventing injury. Consider a leg massage … Continue reading Improve Lower Body Flexibility with Foot & Leg Massage
Aromatherapy is the use of plant essences (aka essential oils) for therapeutic purposes. Essential oils may either be inhaled or applied to the skin to help support the immune system, provide stress relief, offer relaxation, enhance sleep, ease muscle tension and pain, and support emotional balance. Aromatherapy massage is a safe, natural approach for effectively … Continue reading Aromatherapy Massage is Safe for Pain