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Why Massage is your Winter Must-Have

Cold weather can bring on and heighten many aches and pains and we all know this is the time of year where colds and flus spread like wildfire.



The benefits of aromatherapy massage may be exactly what you need to make it through the long, dark winter.


Boosts Your Immune System

Tis the season of sniffles, but massage can help by boosting your immune system by increasing the lymph flow. Regular massages can help boost your energy and make it easier for your body to fight off infections.


Eases Aches & Pains

Cold weather can bring on many discomforts such as arthritis, but massage therapy can help by increasing the blood circulation to muscles, joints, and organs. Improved circulation increases warmth, encourages healthier blood pressure levels, and increases the flow of oxygen throughout the body.


Bye-Bye Winter Blues

Our winters dark and long and that can affect your mood. We know it’s not uncommon to feel depressed or anxious during this time. Massage is known to decrease cortisol levels and increase serotonin and endorphins, our ‘good mood hormones’.


Helps Dry Skin

The cold, dry air makes the water in your skin evaporate quicker, making your skin drier. The natural oils used in massage contain lots of vitamins to nourish & hydrate your skin while also making it silky smooth.


A Sanctuary from the Seasonal Rush

Winter often comes with a whirlwind of jobs and things to do. Amidst the chaos, a massage session can serve as a sanctuary—a peaceful escape to relax, unwind, and recharge. It's a chance to hit pause on the hustle and prioritise your well-deserved self-care.


Don't let the winter blues get the best of you. Embrace the season with open arms pop on massage in your diary.   Beyond the luxurious experience, it's a powerful tool for maintaining your well-being during these colder months


Head on over to my 'Contact' page to get in touch and book yourself in.


Or create those spa-vibes at home with or 'Home Spa Kits' in your favourite scent.



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