Las Vegas Massage
Professional Therapeutic
Mobile Massage in Las Vegas
Licensed & Nationally Certified


The Body Restoration Massage Group
(702) 524-5686

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~There Is No Substitute For the Human Touch~

For those who have already discovered it, massage is just about the nicest thing on
the planet. Better than chocolate, better than pizza. It's a great way to feel better,
look better, treat people better and treat yourself better, too. It's 100% good for
you, with no artificial additives or ingredients and it's easy to do. All you need is
a body. Do you have one? Great! Than you are ready to go.

The comfort, warmth and reassurance of touch can improve the body's well
being by stimulating its own natural healing abilities, giving a sense of well
being, restoring both the physical and psychological self.

How Does Therapeutic Massage Benefit Women?

Therapeutic massage relaxes the nervous system and alleviates muscle tightness, and it can help relieve stress-related
conditions such as anxiety, depression, insomnia and headaches. Massage also helps calm emotions, ease low back
tension and can decrease the pain of menstrual cramping due to premenstrual syndrome. Because massage
promotes a sense of well-being, it can ease the menopausal discomforts of hot flashes, headaches,
insomnia, achy muscles and emotional ups and downs.

Massage offers the ultimate solution to these damaging effects of accumulated stress and aid in harmonizing a
troubled body and mind. Regular massage strengthens and tones the entire body system. It can stimulate or
alternately  calm the nervous system, help to ease tension, stiffness and pain leaving the recipient with
an enhanced sense of well being.

Massage therapy is a healing art with a strong artistic/intuitive component. With very few exceptions, therefore,
an experienced, client-oriented massage therapist trained in one of the traditional techniques - let's say
Swedish Massage can deliver excellent services.

Caring deeply remains not only our first concern but our first resource, Technique remains a distant second.
Indeed,  when a therapist is committed to deep caring - the client gets precisely the right kind
of massage.
No Tough Choice is Needed.


Treating the Spirit

Massage also provides another therapeutic component largely absent in today’s world: tactile stimulation, or,
more simply, touch. In 1986, the Touch Research Institute at the University of Miami published ground breaking
research on the effects of massage on premature babies. The preterm babies who received massage therapy
showed 47% greater weight gain and six-day shorter hospital stays than the infants who were not receiving
massage. But is this study evidence of what loving touch can do spiritually, or rather what massage can do on
a physiological level? Regardless, babies are not the only benefactors.

Many adults have reported cathartic experiences on the massage table. As a therapist carefully unwinds a client’s
stressed and tired muscles, the therapist may very well be unwinding the taut, pent-up emotions that one doesn’t
always have time to process in the middle of the day. And the feeling of being touched in a safe, caring,
compassionate manner can be a very powerful experience, reminding the client that she or he is not
alone in the world.

As studies continue to reveal the link between kinesiology and physical and emotional health, the effects of
massage will be further documented. However, one need only experience a good massage to know it's
beneficial to body and soul.


Is Therapeutic Massage Safe During Pregnancy?*

Massage is healthful and enjoyable during a normal pregnancy and can help reduce stress and fatigue, joint and
muscle pain, abdominal soreness and headaches. Massage during pregnancy can also increase flexibility, slow the
process of varicose veins through increased circulation and ease constipation, gas and heartburn. Massage can
even help women prepare for the birthing process through the release of chronic tension in the lower back,
abdomen and inner thighs for less resistance during delivery. And, of course, in the postpartum period,
massage can encourage healing and increase milk production.

Thank you for visiting this site,

The Body Restoration Massage Group

*Please contact your physician before getting massage during pregnancy.  Massage does not replace
the need for medical attention or psychological counseling.  Massage therapists do not
diagnose medical conditions.