What Can Therapeutic Massage Do for You?

What Can Therapeutic Massage Do for You?

Written by:

Julia Padilla - Carr

Julia had the vision of creating a clinical skin care studio with the traditional spa atmosphere for many years. Julia is a Licensed Aesthetician, Licensed Electrologist, and Certified Laser Hair Removal Technician in the State of Florida.

On today’s blog, we’re going to talk about the various types of therapeutic massage we offer and their benefits.

If you’ve ever had any kind of massage, then you know it just makes you feel good. (And if you haven’t experienced a massage, what are you waiting for?)

The truth is, massages offer more than just a good feeling, and their therapeutic benefits go more than skin deep.

And, like so many spa treatments rooted in medical science, massages are only beneficial when you experience them firsthand from a professional. So feel free to gather your research (both here and from unaffiliated medical resources). Then go ahead and book your Bradenton massage with Bellagena’s expert certified massage therapists today.

What is Massage?

Massage in general refers to soft-tissue “manipulation”—that is, applying targeted pressure and facilitated movement to the muscles, fascia, and connective tissue, as well as blood vessels and all the many components of the blood itself.

When performed by trained, licensed professionals, massage is often used for (and associated with) reducing musculoskeletal tension and managing the pain associated with sore muscles and stiff