Why Massage Therapy?
It can help with
The long term effects of stress can take emotional and physical tolls. Massage therapy may relieve stress and conditions associated with it, such as tension headaches.
Medical research indicates that massage therapy can help boost the immune system by increasing the activity level of the body’s natural "killer T cells,” which fight off viruses.
Mental Health &
Research suggests that symptoms of stress, anxiety and depression (all associated with mental health) may be directly affected with massage therapy.
Frequent Massage Boosts Biological Benefits
Pain can negatively affect a person’s quality of life and impede recovery from illness or injury. Recent findings highlight the role of massage in pain management.
Elite and recreational athletes alike can benefit from massage therapy—massage can reduce muscle tension, improve exercise performance and prevent injuries.
A recent study shows there are sustained, cumulative beneficial effects of repeated massage therapy. The effects persist for several days to a week, and differ depending on the frequency of sessions. Clients experience measurable
changes in their body’s immune and endocrine response.
“I have had many massages over the years, but Richard is by far one of the best. He always seems genuinely concerned about my wellbeing and what my particilar needs are that day. I would highly recommend Richard to anyone looking for an attentive and skilled massage therapist.”
— William A.
7410 New LaGrange Road, Suite 300 Louisville, KY. 40222