Massage Benefits: Massage Integration Mobile Outcall Massage Dallas TX
Massage is no longer available only through luxury spas and upscale health clubs. Today, spa quality mobile massage therapy by Massage Integration is offered in homes, hotels, businesses, health fairs, and almost any type of special event. If you’ve never tried massage, now is a great time to learn about the health benefits of massage therapy for you and what to expect during a spa quality mobile outcall onsite massage therapy session at your home, hotel, office and event.
Massage Integration is The Premiere Mobile Massage Service in the Dallas, Uptown, Irving Las Colinas, Addison, Plano, Frisco, and Fort Worth area. We hope that this site becomes an easily available resource for news and education regarding massage therapy, energy work, integrated healing, as well as an advocate for the many benefits of massage, through our pages and blog posts.
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What is Massage Therapy?
Massage is the manipulation of superficial and deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue to enhance function, aid in the healing process, and promote relaxation and well-being. Massage is a general term for pressing, rubbing and manipulating your skin, muscles, tendons and ligaments. Massage therapists typically use their hands and fingers for massage but may also use their forearms, elbows and even feet. Massage may range from light stroking to deep pressure techniques.
- Chair * Full Body Table * Swedish * Deep Tissue * Sports
- Couples Massage * Therapeutic * Prenatal * Pregnancy
- Thai * Hot Stone * Aromatherapy * Geriatric
- Reiki * Integrated Healing * Chakra Balancing
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Benefits of Massage
Massage is generally considered part of complementary and alternative medicine. It’s increasingly being offered along with standard treatment for a wide range of medical conditions and situations. While more research is needed to confirm the benefits of massage, some studies have found massage helpful for:
- Stress relief * Managing anxiety and depression * Pain relief * Increased Circulation
- Release stiffness * Blood pressure control * Infant growth * Enhanced healing and rehab
- Sports-related injuries * Boosting immunity * Cancer treatment * Deeper restful night’s sleep
Beyond the benefits for specific conditions or diseases, some people enjoy massage because it often involves caring, comfort, a sense of empowerment and creating deep connections with their massage therapist. Despite its benefits, massage isn’t meant as a replacement for regular medical care. Let your doctor know you’re trying massage and be sure to follow any standard treatment plans you have.
Your First Massage: What To Expect
A massage at your location is convenient and most of all relaxing. For a full body massage, it’s important to have a large enough space already in mind that is quiet and comfortable for your massage. Usually a large living area , office or bedroom is ideal. Your therapist will bring all the supplies and equipment needed for your session. If you would prefer to use your own music and music system, please let us know.
Your therapist will arrive at the time of your scheduled appointment. It generally takes about 10-15 minutes to set up the massage space while you fill out your initial health history form. All information is kept confidential. You and your therapist will also sign a service receipt reflecting your appointment information and payment method.
Your therapist will discuss how to best deliver your massage based on your health and wellness needs. Then the lighting and temperature of the room will be adjusted for your comfort level. Make sure you have a robe or wear comfortable clothes that are easy to remove. Your therapist will leave the room while you undress. It is best to completely undress, but you can leave your underwear on if it more comfortable. You will be covered at all times with sheets except for the area of the body your therapist is working on at that time. Usually, half of your massage will be spent lying face down and the other half lying face up on the table, except for prenatal massage. Please let the therapist know if the pressure is too little or too much. We want you to feel good during your massage. If you are receiving a deep-tissue or any kind of therapeutic massage, their may be some pain felt in specific areas of your body, but this will usually subside as the oxygenated blood circulates and nourishes that area from the specific massage techniques applied.
Once your session is complete, the therapist will leave the room while you take ample time to slowly get up from the table to get back into your clothing. Once you are clothed, the therapist will come back in to the massage space to talk to you about how you feel and make sure you are doing well. It is important to drink plenty of water after your massage because the toxins in the tissues of your body were manually manipulated and released into your lymphatic system during your massage. The water will help to flush those toxins out.
Your therapist will break down their equipment, which takes about 10-15 minutes. Now you will enjoy the rest of your morning, afternoon or evening feeling relaxed, refreshed, and rejuvenated.
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