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Already Feeling Pretty Good?
Massage for General Wellness
Enhance Your Feeling of Well-Being
Do you take good care of your health with a preventative wellness routine?
Do you feel pretty good over all but have occasional muscle tension or stress? Do you want to enhance your feeling of well-being and connection with your body? Massage can contribute to your health and wellness.
Nimbus Massage therapists help people maintain their optimal health.
Maintain muscle pliability
Soothe stress, anxiety, and depression
Combat daily wear and tear
Ease tight or mildly sore muscles
If you already enjoy good health and a preventative wellness outlook, massage can help you maintain your level of well-being. Regular massage can help you stay ahead of muscular issues or can simply be a nice way to take a break and thank your body for all it does.
A nice 60 or 90 minute full body massage can allow your therapist to address all your major muscles and blend in some good relaxation time.
If you love stretching or want to try something different, try Thai Yoga Massage. Often described as “having yoga done to you,” Thai Massage is excellent for re-balancing. Check out our video to learn more.
Some of the techniques your therapist may employ during a Massage for General Wellness include: Myofascial Release, Stretching, Neuromuscular Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy, Connective Tissue Massage, Ortho-Bionomy, Swedish Massage, Thai Yoga Massage, Sports Massage, Hot Stone Massage
As a doctor who works to help people become mentally well, I recommend Nimbus Massage to anyone seeking physical wellness. Nimbus helps each client become truly healthy through their high level of skill, care, and training. Specifically, for people in helping professions, it is extremely beneficial to take care of yourself both mentally and physically. A great way to show others how to become healthy is to be a model of health yourself. Massage therapy at Nimbus can help you achieve this goal. – Dr. Krystal Studivant, Psy.D.