At Structura, we focus on the overall performance of the body and understand the importance of all areas of health. Often the stress of everyday life can take a toll on your mind, body, and emotions. The natural health benefits of a relaxation massage will help you stay at the top of your game, both mentally and physically.
Experience how our training in Structural Integration unites seamlessly into our relaxation massages, which will give you longer-lasting results. Our Signature Relaxation Massage is a synergistic blend that uses light to deep long, fluid strokes to relieve muscle tension and improve circulation. This technique will ease you into relaxation, release stress and promote proper mind-body function. The work will proceed at your level of comfort.
Looking for a way to relieve chronic pain, increase range of motion and mobility, or improve your posture? Discover our unique therapy techniques and how they can help address these types of issues more effectively than a regular massage. You may also visit our FAQs to learn the difference between our therapy and massage.
Benefits of a Relaxation Massage
If you have a high stress career or a “constantly running” lifestyle, you will need a relaxing activity to balance it out. If you don’t stop to relax, you can become overwhelmed and counterproductive. Getting a massage is one of those rare relaxing experiences that helps you find the balance between body, mind and spirit. Scheduling a relaxation massage at least once a month forces you to take a break for yourself and gives you the opportunity to plan your busy schedule around some much needed “me time.” Clients have expressed that they have been able to come up with solutions to issues they were dealing with while in the moments of relaxing clarity on the massage table.
When adhesions are present in the deep muscle tissue, the muscle can feel tense and uncomfortable. As pressure is placed on the adhesion, the knot is broken up and toxins (such as lactic acid) are encouraged to leave the muscle back into the bloodstream where they can be eliminated out of the body. This helps the muscle relax.
As the massage therapist places pressure on your muscles, the pressure forces blood to move through congested areas of the muscles, increasing blood circulation into and out of the tissue. As circulation increases, the muscle is able to more easily obtain the nutrients and oxygen it needs to operate efficiently. The tissue is also better able to get rid of waste products that can contribute to muscle pain and soreness.