It’s time to get out and enjoy the Ohio sunshine again! Farmer’s Markets, gardening, fishing, golfing, biking, picnics, baseball, kayaking, swimming, and all our other favorite spring and summer activities. Often times participating in our favorite activities can cause muscle fatigue, aches and pains. Muscle tension will cause shorting of muscles and you’ll have less range of motion than normal. Now more than ever, it’s important to take care of you, to heal the tension before it causes injuries. After all, who wants to sit on the sidelines watching and not participating?
An hour of massage can do more for you than just take the pressures of the day away. Studies show that the more massages you can allow yourself, the better you’ll feel. Touch is a natural human reaction to pain and stress, and for conveying compassion and support. ink of the last time you bumped your toe or had a cramping calf muscle. What did you do, rub it? The professional massage therapists at Nature’s Touch know how to apply the right kinds of techniques to muscles and joints to release tightness, cramping, spasms, and knots. Oftentimes your follow-up appointment will require a shorter session on specific regionals; working on shoulders, necks, arms, backs, or legs only rather than a whole body massage. These shorter sessions are also
effective in providing the benefits of massage by releasing your pain and making you feel great again.
Equally important as the season changes is to maintain adequate hydration. Muscles and tissues require lots of fluids as well as good wholesome nutrition to function properly and to avoid spasms and sprains. When we work or exercise hard our muscles build up lactic acid which will cause spasms or strains. is creates those painful “knots” we often experience that can shorten our range of motion. Staying hydrated and receiving regular massage sessions this summer will help keep you moving and grooving and having some seasonal fun.
To find out more about how these therapies can help your specific problem contact Nature’s Touch Massage & Wellness Center at (330) 721-9357,
e-mail NaturesTouch4U@aol.com or visit our website at www.NTWellnessCenter.com.