Our bodies respond to massage in two specific ways; the psychological effects of massage are broad, and when performed on a regular basis, massage can relieve stress and tension in the client. The client will feel invigorates, refreshed and healthier in her outlook.
The lasting effects of a massage vary from individual to individual. The majority of the benefits may cease shortly after the massage treatment has ended, but long-term effects may be sustained through the client’s self-care and maintenance. Further benefits include the indirect effects on the cardiovascular, lymphatic, nervous, respiratory, digestive, and urinary systems along with the skin, muscles and connective tissues.
FACIAL REFLEXOLOGY TREATMENT:
Facial Reflexology is a non-invasive treatment that works on the same principles of traditional foot and hand reflexology. By stimulating reflex points, we can help assist the body’s natural healing process while promoting a deep state of relaxation. This treatment not only helps the body to balance and heal, it also helps with underlying conditions of the face and head such as headaches and migraines, teeth grinding and jaw clenching, sinus issues as well as Bell’s palsy (weakness in the facial muscles causing half the face to droop).
Although not classed as a facial or beauty treatment, Facial Reflexology is a wonderful natural way to achieve a beautiful radiant glow and healthier, younger looking skin.
- Relieving the effects of stress
- Releasing toxins from the body
- Improving circulation
- Relieving headaches and migraines
- Relieving mental and emotional stress
- Improving concentration
- Relieving sinus congestion
- Improving poor sleeping habits
- Balancing hormones
- Improving energy
- Bringing a calmness to the mind and body
- Improving overall health and well-being
- Rejuvenating the skin, leaving a radiant glow to the face.