Sunday, August 27, 2017

Himalayan Salt Stone Massage and the Benefits


Himalayan salt stones are warmed and massaged over the body to ground and balance the body’s electromagnetic field, central nervous system and meridians. From the ancient primal sea beneath the Himalayan Mountains, these hand-carved salt stones harmonize and revitalize to gently soothe away an accumulation of stress and tension to bring the mind, body and spirit into balance.

What is it like to get a Himalayan Salt Stone Massage

If you ever treated yourself to a hot stone massage you'll find that a Himalayan Stone Massage is similar. However, clients report that they can feel the minerals of Himalayan salt being absorbed into their bodies in addition to the soothing glide of the stone.
Incorporating warm Himalayan salt stone into trigger point massage can provide substantial pain relief as well as mineral benefits.

Softer Moisturized Skin

With over 84 naturally occurring minerals and salts that replenish the body’s largest organ, the skin, you’ll feel your skin radiating during a Himalayan salt stone massage. These salts and minerals are naturally antimicrobial and antibacterial, which helps to eliminate harmful toxins that build up in your body.
As your massage progresses, your skin will become tangibly softer and more moisturized.
During the course of a massage with warm Himalayan salt stones, the minerals are absorbed through the skin. The total effect is a profound sense of well-being.

Post Massage Benefits

After your Himalayan salt stone massage, you'll likely notice the following:
  • Improved sleep
  • Deep sense of relaxation
  • Easier breathing
  • Increased blood circulation
  • Reduced signs of aging
  • Glowing, healthy skin
  • Increased sense of well-being
  • Sore muscles have been soothed
  • A calming of the nervous system
  • Light skin exfoliation
  • Heated Himalayan salt stones emit negative ions thereby delivering a myriad of health benefits--from higher mental alertness to protection against germs in the air


TIPS:
For a professional massage, seek a licensed massage therapist. The American Massage Therapy Association recommends you ask your massage therapist about their credentials to practice massage therapy. Talk to your massage therapist about why you are seeking massage therapy -- this will help your therapist choose the best style and approach to your massage.

Roy is a New York State Licensed Massage Therapist and has worked in high end spa’s as well as rehabilitation centers. He is well known for his Relaxing Massage as well as his skill in Medical Massage and Sports Massage. Contact Roy at 631-375-0962 or email at info@wavecrestmassage.com to schedule your next appointment










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