Did you know that seeing a Massage Therapist on a regular basis can help alleviate symptoms associated with your desk job?
Business is often conducted from a chair. Whether it is in front of a computer, desk, phone, car or airplane, a lot of jobs require that people sit in one position for an extended period of time.
Sitting in one position can cause many problems when it comes to your body. Muscles and joints require movement to function, so when you sit in a chair for up to nine hours a day, stress can accumulate and compact your body causing aches and pains. For most people who conduct the majority of their business from a desk, at the end of the day they may experience stress, tension headaches, stiffness in their shoulders, back, neck and wrists
syncspa mobile massage therapist can assist you by working on your fatigued muscles. Massage allows your muscles to relax and lengthen back to their natural position. This is especially true of your shoulder muscles, which are often overworked when using a computer for a long period of time. Treating the muscles of the lower back and hips can reduce pain and stress and give you greater mobility.
Massage therapy also helps improve circulation, allowing more oxygen to reach various parts of the body. Filling your cells with oxygen leaves you feeling more energized.
Lastly, massage therapy is a great way to relax and release stress. Spending one to two hours ‘unplugged’ from the usual pace of life is a good way to de-stress.
Contact syncspa mobile massage and set up a massage schedule to keep you and your muscles from stiffness, pain and stress associated with your desk job.
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