If you have never been for a massage before. Never ever. Then perhaps you should read this short little introductory note on my massage near me in Cincinnati OH.
I’m not a qualified massage therapist, not by any means. Just here to tell you like it is. What it means. What it feels like. What it does to the body. And what it does to the mind too, as a matter of fact.
Things like that. The massage therapist is also known as a masseuse. And if you are dealing with a serious injury, one that takes a long time to fix, you could find yourself on the therapist’s table. You see, physical therapy might have been prescribed for you.
And it is not at all unusual to find your physical therapist doubling up as a massage therapist as well. Only the thing is. He or she has to be qualified. If you value your health and wellness, the papers must be shown. There must be clear and present evidence that the massage therapy room you’re walking into is staffed by fully qualified professionals.
The spa which houses the therapies will ideally be a licensed and registered practice as well. This is particularly pertinent for times like these where so many more people are now just so concern about their health, wellness and fitness. And safety too. You should be too if you have yet to adjust to the realities out there. Now, before we run out of time, let’s just get down to what it feels like.
It feels pretty good; of that you can be sure. There’s no more body stiffness. No more aching muscles. And you get to sleep better at night too. Be safe and well out there.