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13 good reasons to get a massage at home

13 good reasons to get a massage at home

Basically, with home massage therapy you can enjoy all the benefits of a professional massage without having to put on real pants.

You don't even have to move a foot!

1. Focused on your circulation πŸ«€

Say goodbye to traffic, weather cocktails, and the hassle of parallel parking - with home massage therapy, you don't even have to put on shoes!

2. Waze can go where it came from πŸš—

No need to risk getting lost on the way to the appointment - the massage therapist comes directly to you!

3. Relax: let the bunny go πŸ•°οΈπŸ°

You don't have to worry about being on time for your appointment. You can relax and take the time to get ready without feeling rushed. Avoid feeling like you're in a massage factory.

4. Save time πŸ—“οΈ

If you're a busy person, at-home massage therapy is the perfect way to take care of yourself without sacrificing your busy schedule. You can get a massage during your lunch break or after the kids go to bed.

5. Family Lifebuoy πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘¦

In-home massage therapy can be a lifesaver for families with young children. With this option, parents can take turns getting a massage while the other supervises the little ones, the relaxation relay.

6. No need to break the bank 🐽

Going to a spa or clinic can be expensive, but at-home massage therapy can be a more affordable way to treat yourself to some well-deserved relaxation. Plus, you don't have to worry about travel expenses!

A whole new level of comfort and relaxation!

7. The ultimate in relaxation πŸ›Œ

Want to take a post-massage nap in your own bed? No problem! At-home massage therapy allows you to stay in your pajamas and snuggle up in your favorite blanket.

8. Like a fish in water 🐠

When it comes to getting a massage, there's nothing better than feeling at home! With in-home massage therapy, you can relax with ease in a familiar and comfortable environment.

9. You are the boss πŸ‘¨β€πŸ³

With home massage therapy, you are in control! You decide on the music, lighting, and overall mood of the massage.

10. Casual dressing πŸ‘˜

After your appointment, you don't have to worry about walking in awkwardly in your work clothes covered in massage oil. With at-home massage therapy, you can slip into your most comfortable sweats. You have a fashion exemption.

Your own personalized oasis!

Tailored to your needs 🧑

You don't have to worry about ending up with a massage therapist whose techniques don't suit you. You can choose a massage therapist who specializes in the type of massage you need and feel comfortable with.

More private 🀝

You don't have to worry about making small talk with strangers in a waiting room or receptionist - the only conversation you need to have is with your massage therapist.

Your private wellness event πŸŽ‰

In-home massage therapy can be a fun way to connect with your partner or friends. You can make it a group activity and turn it into a private mini relaxation party.

🌟Beware, at-home massage therapy can be addictive!🌟

What are the benefits of massage therapy?

What are the benefits of massage therapy?

Here are some of the main benefits of massage therapy. Depending on your needs and preferences, certain types of massage may highlight particular benefits.

Hello nutrients πŸ«€

Massage can stimulate blood flow and improve circulation, bringing vital nutrients and oxygen to your muscles and tissues.

What types of massages do you think help blood circulation?

Believe it or not, all massages have a blood circulation-enhancing effect. However, certain types of massages that incorporate more dynamic or deeper movements can have a more pronounced effect. Ex: Swedish (therapeutic), deep tissue, sports, etc.

Bye-bye waste πŸš›

Massage therapy can improve lymphatic circulation, which helps remove waste and toxins from the body, reduce edema, and boost immune function.

What types of massage do you think help lymphatic circulation?

Indeed, lymphatic drainage is a massage technique specifically designed to stimulate lymphatic circulation. An abdominal massage to stimulate the lymph nodes can also be beneficial. As a general rule, however, gentle, superficial massages are best.

Zen πŸ§˜β€β™€οΈ

Massage therapy can help calm your mind and reduce feelings of stress and anxiety, allowing you to feel more relaxed and peaceful.

What types of massage do you think help reduce stress and anxiety?

Often the most relaxing techniques use gentle, flowing movements to promote overall relaxation. Swedish, Californian and Lomi-lomi massage come to mind. However, every individual is different and everyone's preferences may vary as to which massage therapy techniques work best to reduce stress and anxiety.

Better physical health πŸ’ͺ

Whether you have a sore back, shoulders or legs, massage therapy can help relieve muscle tension and reduce pain. It will help you recover from an injury faster and on a regular basis it can help prevent them.

What types of massage do you think help relieve muscle tension and pain?

Here, therapeutic techniques can be useful to help you get back to your activities as quickly and safely as possible. Such as deep tissue massage, sports massage, Thai massage, fasciatherapy, kinesitherapy, etc.

No more counting sheep πŸ‘

Massage therapy can help you relax, sleep better and wake up feeling great. You'll potentially get a deeper, more restful sleep.

What types of massages do you think promote better sleep?

Relaxing and soothing massages are generally the most effective for this. Techniques that involve slow, gentle strokes, such as Swedish massage or Californian massage.

Just a step away from doing the slit πŸ––

Regular massage therapy improves flexibility and range of motion, making it easier to move and exercise.

What types of massage do you think promote flexibility and range of motion?

Therapeutic techniques such as deep tissue massage and fasciatherapy help to loosen muscles and increase flexibility. To accentuate a gain in range, turning to types of massage that incorporate stretching is a great idea, such as sports or Thai massage.

Happy, well-oiled joints 🦾

Relaxing muscles and reducing tension around joints increases joint mobility and flexibility. Increased blood flow to the joints promotes healing and reduces inflammation. Massage stimulates the production of synovial fluid, which helps lubricate and protect the joints. You can imagine that it helps people with arthritis.

What types of massage do you think promote joint health?

Therapeutic techniques such as deep tissue massage and fasciatherapy help to loosen muscles and release tension on joints. Massages that offer more passive movement of the joints are even more indicated, such as Swedish, sports or Thai massage.

Improving digestion 🏎️

Massage therapy can help improve digestion by stimulating the release of digestive enzymes and increasing blood flow to the digestive tract. It can also help those who tend to suffer from constipation.

What types of massage do you think help digestion?

Almost all massages. As soon as we are in a state of relaxation our nervous system switches to the parasympathetic and this has the effect of activating digestion. Massaging the belly helps but the most indicated would probably be the abdominal/visceral/Chi Nei Tsang massage which stimulates the functions of the organs. Other massages also have a slightly more specific focus, such as reflexology, shiatsu and aromatherapy.

Your version 2.0 πŸ˜‡

Above all, massage therapy can leave you relaxed, rejuvenated and happy, with an overall sense of well-being that can last long after the massage is over.

What types of massage do you think promote well-being?

No more trick questions! Any good massage promotes well-being.

Treat yourself to a massage - your body (and mind) will thank you!

Don't hesitate to ask us for advice or to discuss it with your massage therapist.