SmartFem.com: Ease your holiday stress with the gift of massage

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Ease your Holiday Stress with the gift of Massage
The Holidays can be a stressful time for everyone for a variety of reasons:  Fighting long lines in crowded shopping malls, rushing from one event after another and trying to manage all of it on a budget.
Relaxation and stress relief are important and necessary on a daily basis but with the crazy hustle and bustle of the holidays it is even more crucial.   Imagine taking out an hour to have a massage in between shopping trips.  Relaxing is the gift the truly gives as it promotes a healthier happier you.  Stress, worry and anxiety can take a toll on your body especially during the Holiday season, why not schedule a massage to relieve some of the pressure.  The healing power of touch works both physically and emotionally.
Have a difficult family member to buy for or a mother-in-law who is a pain in the neck?  Why not schedule a massage and help release some of the strain in your relationship by releasing their stress and pressure.  Who knows it just may give your brownie points with that difficult to pleasure person.
There are a number of different massages and here are a few of their benefits:
Deep Tissue Massage
Best for: Chronically tight or painful muscles, repetitive strain, postural problems, or recovery from injury.

Hot Stone Massage
Best for: Easing muscle tension without deep pressure; maximizing massage time.

Prenatal Massage
Best for: Decreasing swelling, relieving aches and pains, or easing the physical and emotional stresses of pregnancy.

Sports Massage
Best for: Preventing and treating injury while enhancing athletic performance.

Swedish Massage
Best for: Relaxation, stress relief, or first massage.

Trigger Point
Best for: Highly localized "knots" where the body holds tension.
    
For your convenience Elements has multiple locations across the valley.  To find one close to you go to www.elementsassage.com

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