There are many awesome benefits of foot massage and clients are often very surprised at how much a great foot massage will affect how they feel.
In our practice, the foot massage is so important that it sits in the MIDDLE of most of our sessions. However, for a limited time, we are offering our foot massage as a stand-alone service.
We Live In A Fast-Paced World
In today’s fast-paced world, stress, anxiety, and depression have become common problems for many people. The constant pressure to perform, meet deadlines, and manage responsibilities can take a toll on our physical and mental health. While there are various ways to manage stress and anxiety, such as meditation, exercise, and therapy, foot massage has proven to be an effective and accessible method for many people.
Practiced For Centuries Around the World
Foot massage has been practiced for thousands of years in many cultures around the world. The ancient Chinese, Egyptians, and Indians all believed in the therapeutic benefits of foot massage. In traditional Chinese medicine, it is believed that different points on the feet correspond to different organs and systems in the body. By massaging these points, energy flow can be restored, promoting healing and relaxation.
Greatly Relieve Stress
One of the main benefits of foot massage is its ability to reduce stress and anxiety. The feet contain numerous nerve endings that connect to the rest of the body. By stimulating these nerve endings through massage, the body releases endorphins, which are natural painkillers that also promote feelings of happiness and relaxation. In addition, foot massage can help reduce cortisol levels, the hormone associated with stress.
In addition to its physical benefits, foot massage can also have a positive impact on mental health. The act of receiving a foot massage can be deeply relaxing. It can also be an opportunity to practice mindfulness and focus on the present moment, which can be particularly helpful for those dealing with anxiety or stress.
Send Depression On It’s Way
Another benefit of foot massage is its potential to alleviate symptoms of depression. A study published in the Journal of Clinical Nursing found that foot massage significantly reduced symptoms of depression in patients with advanced cancer. Foot massage was shown to promote relaxation and improve overall well-being, which can be particularly beneficial for those struggling with depression.
Relieve Plantar Fascitis
Foot massage has also been shown to be effective in relieving plantar fasciitis, a common condition that causes pain and inflammation in the heel and arch of the foot. Plantar fasciitis is often caused by overuse or injury, and can be exacerbated by wearing shoes that do not provide adequate support. Foot massage can help reduce pain and inflammation by increasing blood flow to the affected area and promoting healing.
Foot Pain Gone
For those dealing with general pain and discomfort, foot massage can also provide relief. Many people spend long hours on their feet or engage in activities that put stress on the feet, such as running or playing sports. Foot massage can help alleviate pain and tension in the muscles and joints, promoting overall comfort and well-being.
Overall, foot massage is a simple and accessible way to promote relaxation, reduce stress and anxiety, alleviate pain, and improve overall well-being. Whether you seek professional massage therapy or practice self-massage techniques at home, incorporating foot massage into your self-care routine can have a significant impact on your physical and mental health.
Our Foot Massage Is The Best In The Area
Most places that offer massage therapy do a quick foot massage that is mostly hand work. Our foot massage is more detailed in that it includes elements of reflexology, soothing hot stone therapy, deep tissue work, and extensive hand work. It is designed to open up the energy centers in the body, greatly alleviate stress, and provide much- needed foot pain relief.
How To Schedule Your Session
Simply call or text Donna at 216-339-3401. We see texts first. We offer afternoon and evening times during the week and some weekend times. We rarely do walk-ins.