When to Get Massage & How…

Have you ever woke up and come to the realization that “wow” it is harder to get up; and more and more, your body acts like it is not happy with you and it expresses it through soreness, pain and limitations? Well, even though it feels like your reality, it does not have39829356 - attractive woman with back pain at home in the bedroom to be your norm. Massage Therapy and Bodywork is the best way to show your appreciation and love to your body for getting you from one place to another. Common issues that Massage and Bodywork Therapy can be your ally and best solution are if you are experiencing:

– Neck soreness and stiffness
– Low back spasms, pain and soreness
– Upper back pain, tightness and knots
– Shoulder cuff stiffness
– TMJ
– Tension Headaches
– General Headaches
– Migraines
– General pain, soreness, tightness, spasms, tension, stiffness, and knots
– Restlessness
– Depression
– Anxiety
– Fatigue
– Stress

Great resources for finding licensed massage therapist are Professional Massage Therapy associations. By going this route is key to ensure you are finding therapist who are professional are legally licensed (unless a state does not require it, i.e. Vermont), and that has your best interest at heart. Many states’ government sites also list qualified and licensed therapist. Make sure the web link ends with .gov


Resources

American Massage Therapy Association AMTA
www.amtamassage.org/findamassage

National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork NCBTMB
www.ncbtmb.org/tools/find-a-certified-massage-therapist

Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals ABMP
https://www.abmp.com/public

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