Pressure is a part of life, and helps to keep us motivated. But excessive pressure can lead to stress, which leads to poor decision-making and costly mistakes. Stress undermines performance and stifles creativity. It can also lead to illness.
In the film and television industry, stress is the norm – time is money and every aspect of film and television production is time sensitive and deadline oriented. Getting the right shot often means long hours on set, and can require that we push past the physical limits of our health.
A restorative massage will help to ease aching muscles and tension, and re-focus on the job at hand.
When employees feel better, they work better.
Mentally – Massage Therapy reduces stress, provides a relaxed state of alertness and enhances ones capacity for clear thinking and creativity.
Physically – Massage Therapy stretches and loosens muscles, improves blood and lymph flow to facilitate the removal of metabolic wastes resulting from exercise or inactivity, and increases the flow of oxygen and nutrients to cells and tissue. Massage also stimulates the release of the bodies’ natural painkillers, called endorphins.
Emotionally – Massage Therapy satisfies the human need for caring and nurturing touch, reduces anxiety levels and creates a feeling of well being.
Massage Therapy can provide relief from many conditions, including the following: