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Deep Stretching • Massage Therapy

Fully Clothed Stretching

Fully Clothed-Full Body Stretching treatments is a fantastic choice for eliminating pain & tension, while remaining fully clothing. 

Stretching has so many benefits. Just start a program of stretching, and you'll soon notice many of them.

Coming from work?.. Not to worry, we have comfortable cloths for you to change into so you can remain fully clothed and move freely during treatment.

Here are just a few benefits you can expect from a regular stretching program:

* Relief from pain.

* Reduced muscle tension.

* Increased range of movement in the joints.

* Increased flexibility.

* Improved posture.

* Enhanced muscle coordination.

* Increased circulation of the blood to various parts of the body.

* Increased energy levels (resulting from increased circulation).

* Relaxation and stress relief. 

* Greater sense of well-being.

 

Increased flexibility and range of motion.

As we age, our muscles tighten and we have less range of motion in our joints. Simple activities that we once took for granted, like cutting our toenails, picking things up from the floor or zipping a dress, can all become difficult. A regular stretching program can help lengthen your muscles and make these daily activities easier and more enjoyable.

Improved circulation.

Stretching improves circulation of blood to the muscles and joints. Increased blood circulation, of course, brings nutrients to our cells and removes waste byproducts.

Better posture.

Chronically tense and tight muscles contribute to poor posture, which in turn can affect the functioning of our internal organs, not to mention our appearance. Stretching the muscles of the lower back, shoulders and chest can help keep the back in better alignment and improve posture.

Relaxation and stress relief.

Stretching, done properly, helps to relax tense muscles which result from stress. The feeling of relaxation brings a sense of well-being and relief from tension.

Reduce or prevent lower back pain.

Greater flexibility and range of motion in the hamstrings and muscles of the hips and pelvis help to reduce the stress on your spine that causes lower back pain.