Massages by Jasmine Kendall-Anderson
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A form of hands-on bodywork were i use relaxing strokes to increase circulation of blood and lymph throughout your body, through the use of (efflourage)gliding, kneading (petrissage) and compressing strokes. Deeper strokes can also be used to break down adhesion in muscle and connective tissue, which is common after injury and in areas of body tension.
For years athletes have relied on massage before and after sporting events as a means of gaining competitive advantage. Massage is the perfect complement to prepare and train for any type of strenuous physical activity. It can also be beneficial after a sporting event. Massage can decrease recovery time and promote healing. It can improve psychological preparedness. Massage can assist in preventing injuries due to muscle stress, strains and sprains, as it increases your flexibility.
Per Your Request
I encourage you to discuss your own personal needs and preferences with me, to ensure your total comfort and satisfaction. If there are particular places you feel would benefit from additional attention, be sure to discuss it with me during your pre-massage consultation.
Stress is the biggest cause of illness, both physical and mental. As massage relaxes the nervous system, blood vessels dilate to increase blood flow and oxygen to the brain, allowing you to be more productive, both physically and mentally.
By making massage a regular part of your life, you can experience the ongoing effects of reduced tension, increased vitality, and improved ability to achieve a calm state of mind.