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Our private Steam is a great way to relax and detoxify the body. Following the steam, enjoy a nice hot rinse with our five jet shower. Shampoos and soaps are provided as well as fresh, clean towels. Not only is it great for colds and the flu but can also benefit those suffering from bronchitis. It's also a great way to loosen up those muscles preceding a massage.
Several mechanisms for deep massage’s natural stress-relieving effects include its ability to dilate blood vessels and also lower activity of the limbic system (including the hypothalamus), which is responsible for autonomic nervous system regulation and cortisol secretion. Massage has been shown to improve relaxation by boosting activity of the parasympathetic nervous system, as measured by heart rate, blood pressure and heart rate variability. (8, 9)
When you’re feeling your best, your baby is also feeling his or her best. A prenatal massage can help loosen up tensions, making things like pregnancy yoga or light exercise a lot easier. In the later stages of a pregnancy, it can sometimes even be a little difficult to get up off of the couch with grace and finesse. We can help relax you by minimizing or eliminating a lot of the tension that stems from your baby growing bigger, stronger, and healthier with each passing day.
This approach to massage was practiced in the United States as early as the late 1800s but was not a popular form of massage until massage therapist Therese Pfrimmer established guidelines and methods for this technique in her 1949 book, Muscles: Your Invisible Bonds. Today, the technique is often used by sports medicine practitioners and physical therapists.
Since deep tissue massage is designed to work on the deep layers of tissue in the body, it also has an impact on your blood flow. In 2008, a study was conducted with 263 volunteers with an average age of 48.5 years who were suffering from moderate or severe muscle strain. Each patient was given a deep tissue massage for 45-60 minutes. Blood pressure readings showed a dip when compared to readings taken before the massage indicating that deep tissue massage has a positive impact on lowering blood pressure.1 Though the exact mechanism of how this happens needs more study, you could use deep tissue massage as part of a holistic approach to treating hypertension.