Spas are the emerging trend and demonstrate a growing desire to rejuvenate one's youth and sustain a healthy lifestyle. Combining the health benefits of therapy used in ancient Rome; and the healthy body massage therapy from eastern culture, modern man has re-invented the “SPA” as an important place of physical and mental relaxation within the bounds of the metropolis.
In the United States alone, more than 57 million Americans or one-fourth of their adult population has visited a spa at least once a year. Such patronage has propelled the spa industry to its present height and popularity.
People visit a spa for a number of reasons and the most common reason is to de-stress after a day of hard work, which is almost always combined with physical stress and mental stress. A full body massage can make muscles feel relaxed and flexible after a strenuous day at the office. Pampering oneself with the complete body spa experience, consisting of therapeutic massages, a facial, foot scrubs, a manicure, and a pedicure; can garner psychological benefits and improve self-confidence.
So here’s the list of 10 benefits of the spa we can achieve through therapeutic massages.
Disengaged from work, family, and friends.
Slow down and allows the body to re-generate.
Improves blood circulation.
Stimulates the lymphatic system to rid the body of toxins.
Releases Serotonin and enhancing the “feel good” factors.
Relives chronic pain situations – arthritis, sciatica, and muscle spasms.
Body exfoliating treatments polishes the skin, promotes cells re-generation, refines pores and offers skin relief.
Water is yin and yang – when the body is submerged in water, it offers true balance.
Heat treatments to stimulate blood circulation and initiate the purifying process.
Body wraps to re-mineralize the body, re-charge the body with nutrients and elements, boosting moisture in the skin.