Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy from Kim Ward Massage Therapy

By: Kim Ward Massage Therapy  22-04-2013
Keywords: Massage, Sports, back pain

Kim treats clients the way she would want a massage. She provides a combination of treatment and relaxation through myofascial release, trigger point therapy and circulatory flushing. Even though her treatment would be considered deep, it is determined by tissue resistance and ultimately guided by a client's tolerance.

 Kim does not believe a massage should be painful from start to finish for it to be effective. She has always believed it is important for a client to feel relaxation, interspersed with treatment, for the body to let go of tension.

 More and more recreational athletes are including massage therapy as an important component of their recovery process.  Elite athletes have included it in their training program for years, and the benefits are the same, regardless of your level of fitness.

 Massage therapy can help athletes train more effectively by recovering quicker, preventing injury by zoning into tight or tender areas before they become an issue, reducing muscle stiffness and pain, and increasing joint range of motion.

 All of these factors can aid athletic performance for the elite and recreational athletes wanting to improve their fitness. Clients get the added psychological benefits of relaxation, reduced anxiety, improved mood and better sleep.

 Research supporting the benefits of massage therapy continues to grow.

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