In today's fast-paced environment, many people experience continuous stress. It is essential to manage stress with intermittent relaxation. Part of your stress management routine should be regular massage.

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A certain amount of stress can be good, but too much stress can be limiting. Just the day-to-day stress builds up on your physical body and emotional state. Being able to manage stress requires that you take care of yourself physically through nutrition, rest, exercise and massage as well as through a balance of life and work activities.

The focus here, however, is on how massage can help. There are a variety of massage techniques ranging from Swedish to Deep Tissue Massage, which provide stress reduction and promote relaxation. Deep Tissue works great for different massage purposes, which include Stress Management Massage or Treatment Massage.

Swedish is typically lighter pressure with broader strokes. Deep Tissue, on the other hand, is a great modality to relieve tight muscles of the back, arms, legs hips and neck. Unlike Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue is a slow and deliberate paced massage. It targets specific muscles or structures to alleviate pain and tension. There are a range of techniques between these two, which are comprised of a varied degree of similar characteristics.

Massage helps clear your mind, clear your emotions and reset your body to improve the way you manage the stressors in your life and work. By having clear thoughts, you increase your ability to prioritize tasks based on what is important to you. As a result, you will be able to enjoy life!

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For more information or to schedule a consultation, contact Eric Thanem via phone (360) 440-3555 or e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.