Massage therapy increases muscle flexibility and relaxation, and decreases stress level and pain and stimulate local blood circulation
Hard work, repetitive actions, accidents and stress can cause tension, stiffness and pain in the muscles.
The origin word “massage” is obscure. The word is derived from either the Arabic “mass”, to touch, or
The Greek “massein”, to knead. Literature from all over the world has mentioned kneading, pressing,
Anointing or rubbing as a healing practice. The ancient Greeks used massage on athletes before and after sport.
The effect of massage is physiological in nature. The physiological effects are subdivided into mechanical effect – on adhesions and the vascular and lymphatic systems, for example – and reflexive affects through the neurological systems- the central, peripheral and autonomic systems.
The ancient Chinese believed that disease was caused by the imbalance in the body of two principles, which they called Yin and Yang. Correction of this
imbalance was achieved by the needling of selected acupuncture points. Acupuncture can heal body, decrease stress and turn the body towards a state of normal balance.
Acupuncture, the ancient Chinese art of healing, has become popular the world over during the past few decades. The objective effects of acupuncture treatment: pain-relieving effect, sedation, homeostatic or regulatory effect, immune-enhancing action which improve resistance to disease.
Reiki (ray-key) is multy-faced spiritual energy that can be used to help us with meditation practices, spiritual growth. Reiki is usually considered to be a "hands-on healing technique". Reiki is Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that promotes healing of Body, Mind and Spirit. It is not religion; it beholds no doctrines or creeds.
Reiki can provide relaxation, decrease the pain, reduce stress and reduce toxins, balances body energy.