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Therapeutic Massage

At Sculpt we offer a variety of massage therapy services. Our experienced massage therapist, Clementine, specializes in deep tissue, prenatal, lymphatic drainage, medical massage, foot reflexology, and sports massage. Call our office today or book online for an appointment with Clementine.

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The Science Behind Therapeutic Massage

Too many of us consider massage an indulgence, but massage therapy isn’t just for relaxation. Research has shown that therapeutic massage has tangible medical and mental benefits. Studies show taking time away from your responsibilities and schedule can promote numerous health benefits. Just like a hike, a bike ride, or a walk in a park, massage can reduce stress, quiet anxiety, promote proper sleep, and improve your frame of mind. The mental and physical benefits of massage promote total wellness.

What Are the Physical Benefits of Massage Therapy?

Massage therapy promotes the release of endorphins—a class of hormones that improve mood, relieve stress, and reduce pain. The practice is also known to improve circulation by physically moving blood through areas that aren’t receiving enough circulation to heal and thrive. It can reduce inflammation, boost your immune system, promote better sleep, and improve energy levels. A regular massage isn’t just for relaxation—it’s a vital component of an overall wellness plan.

To learn more about what massage therapy can do for you, call Sculpt Aesthetics & Wellness today at (601) 208-0150 or contact us online!

Massage Therapy FAQs

Your ideal massage frequency depends on who you are and what you need. Athletes may consider sports massage therapy a part of their regular training. Every day people may consider it a treat or part of their overall wellness routine. For most of us, a massage a month is a beneficial cadence, but others may come in every 3 weeks or more frequently.

Massage therapy is safe and effective during pregnancy. A massage can help ease common aches and pains (like sciatica), reduce swelling, increase energy, and even regulate stress hormones. Speak to your doctor to learn more about the benefits of massage.

Yes, the scientific and medical communities agree that massage has tangible and measurable benefits. The Mayo Clinic, the Cleveland Clinic, and other expert organizations recognize the health benefits of regular massage. Whether you’re recovering from a sports injury, having trouble focusing, struggling with chronic pain, or simply seeking a way to manage stress, massage is good for just about everyone!