If you are looking for a way to relieve stress, relax and refresh your body, it may be time to consider a massage. Massages are a great way to unwind and loosen up, alleviating the stress of day-to-day life. Plus, with multiple massage techniques to choose from, patients can pick the massage experience that best fits their relaxation needs.
Benefits of a Massage
During a massage, you are in a relaxing environment, free of noise, crowds and other stress-inducing sources. Right away, you will be able to relax and enjoy the massage experience. As the massage begins, the muscles are massaged and stretched, helping you to relax and loosen. This relieves tension and any other physical stress, putting you in a relaxed state. As your body begins to relax, your heart rate will go down, further increasing your comfort and relaxation. The massage treatment also releases chemicals in the body called endorphins. These endorphins produce a euphoric effect in the body, eliminating stress and providing a sense of wellbeing. Patients often enjoy a number of physical and emotional benefits for several days following their massage therapy.
Types of Massages
At Younger Image Plastic Surgery Center, we offer both Swedish massage and deep tissue massage services. The Swedish massage is a traditional, relaxing massage experience. This treatment is designed to enhance blood circulation and relax the muscles, producing all of the benefits mentioned above. A deep tissue massage is intended to provide a deeper physical relaxation by thoroughly massaging the tissues that connect muscles, bones and other parts of the body. Deep tissue massages often produce a feeling of looseness, and patients may enjoy a greater range of motion following this type of massage.
How Can I Schedule a Massage?
If you are considering a massage, contact us today at Younger Image Plastic Surgery Center. We can help you determine the type of massage that is best for you so that you can eliminate stress and enjoy a relaxing massage experience. We are proud to serve the men and women living in Arlington, Vienna, Washington, DC, and the neighboring cities of Virginia and Maryland.