Benefits of Massage Therapy on Each Body System

Muscular System

Increasing circulation helps with muscular system by getting the blood to the muscles

• Increases nutrition to muscles, speeds along recovery from injury and fatigue
• Relieve stiffness and soreness
• Lengthens and stretches muscles
• Helps improve posture (muscles pull on bones and if a certain muscle is tight it may cause you to lean forward for example)
• Helps tone week and atrophied muscles
• Reduces scar tissue
• Increases flexibility and range of motion in joints
• Gets rid of pain, swelling, cramps and spasms

Nervous System

May be soothed or even stimulated

• Stimulates the touch, pressure, and proprioceptive receptors of skin
• Balance Autonomic Nervous System
• Can help decrease nerve entrapment
• Very effective in reducing pain
• Anxiety and depression calmed
• Treats insomnia

Lymphatic System

Controls immunity

• Cleans body of waste and debris
• Increases circulation of lymph
• Strengthens immune system
• Moves lactic acid from sore muscles
• Reduces edema

Skeletal System

Massage decreases inflammation which restores the range of motion to the joint, resulting in less back pain and achy feet, also improving your posture

• Improves circulation and nutrients of your joints (gets rid of stiff joints)
• Releases joint strain
• Breaks down scar tissues
• Increases phosphorous, nitrogen, and sulphur in the bones (which aid bone fracture healing)
• Improves posture

Integumentary System

Skin (the largest organ of our body) comes in contact with germs and disease every day. Massage gives skin a healthy glow, also improves elasticity of skin which stops the aged look of your skin

• Reduce tension in skin and tissues
• Increasing circulation and improve nutrition
• Re-moisturize and soften dry skin (increases seburn)
• Encourages cell regeneration
• Increases production of sweat
• Superficial scar tissue is reduced

Circulatory System

Increases flow of blood to the massaged area

• Increases blood flow, relieves muscle and joint Pain
• Increases oxygen and nutrients to cells
• Lowers blood pressure
• Eliminates metabolic waste
• Reduces heart rate
• Increases amount of red blood cells

Endocrine System

Master gland of body is hypothalamus, it controls homeostasis. (balance of internal environment) with the proper touch you can do a lot to balance the hormones

• Helps body to heal itself
• Controls levels of hormones
• Can develop a restful sleep pattern

Urinary System

Increases circulation to kidneys and increases urinary production

• Eliminates waste
• Increases kidneys to remove waste

Reproductive System

Improved by relaxing (also is said to improve fertility of women)

• Can help prepare for birthing process
• Reduces fluid retention
• Reduces depression and anxiety associated with PMS

Respiratory System

Controls breathing

• Regulates your breathing
• Can give a person easier and deeper breathing

Digestive System

General and abdominal massage elicit benefits

• Helps to get rid of constipation
• Relaxes abdominal muscles


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Tips to Saving Money

Here are a few tips to saving you money on massage therapy:

  1. Ask your doctor or chiropractor for a prescription. There are many reasons a massage may be medically necessary including, but not limited to, chronic pain, chronic fatigue, anxiety/depression, nervous disorders, IBS, other digestive disorders, and overall stress management.

  2. Use your FSA/HSA. As a medical facility, we are able to accept these methods of payment. (We do not accept insurance at this time, however.) You can also purchase packages of massages so you do not lose your money at the end of the year. We will provide you with a receipt for your records.