Our fitness center has a number of incredible classes and amenities for our members, including massage! The health and wellness benefits from massage are plentiful, and can be enjoyed by practically everyone. Get some further insight into the massage options offered at Cypress Fitness!
From Swedish massage to sports massage and every other variety of massage, the physical and mental benefits from this therapeutic measure can impact your life in a positive manner. Take a look at how your health and wellness could be changed for the better through massages at our fitness center.
Stress and Anxiety
Much of the current research regarding massage is a bit suggestive and inconclusive. However, there have been multiple studies that have shown that massage can be helpful for relieving stress and anxiety. If there’s one thing we know, it’s that when something feels good, we usually tend to feel good as a result. Massage can produce feelings of relaxation, care, and comfort, which can be excellent for improving your mood or day-to-day tensions.
Just like yoga and meditation are a great way to get away from the stressors of the day, massage can help ease and relax your mind as well. Settle in for a massage at our fitness center, and you’ll feel any worries or strain begin to disappear.
Whether from stress or another source, headaches can be an absolute interruption in our day—and a painful one at that. If you’ve struggled with headaches for some time, it can be a great option to speak with your doctor about the possibility of massage serving as a form of relief. Give Cypress Fitness a call to learn more.
Athletes make up one of the largest demographics of people who rely on massage. Weight lifting and training are highly beneficial practices, but they still can take a toll on your body. One of the best things you can do to help your body recover from soft tissue strains or certain sports injuries is to schedule a massage at our fitness center.
When you work with a masseuse, be sure to let them know about injuries or pains you’re having—this can help target (or show sensitivity to) the areas to help guide your recovery.
Just as with anything in life, what works for some might not work for others. There are a number of conditions, medications, or injuries that would not be best served with massage. The following are examples of situations where massage might not be an appropriate treatment option:
- Regularly taking blood thinners
- Open wounds, or wounds that are healing
- Severe osteoporosis
- Deep vein thrombosis
We offer massages for 60- and 90-minute sessions!
From youth training to high school and college athlete training, to working with personal trainers to improve your health as a whole, Cypress Fitness has it all—as well as the ability to aid and assist in your recovery time. Contact us to schedule a massage, and join our fitness center today!