Research studies show that some of the benefits of therapeutic massage are:
- Decreases stress
- Increases blood circulation and lymph flow
- Reduces heart rate
- Improves ranges of motion
- Relieves muscle tension and stiffness
- Improves posture
- Decreases anxiety
- Lowers blood pressure
- Faster recovery from accidents and sports injuries
- Boosts your immune system
- Massage therapy works extremely well in tandem with your chiropractic and other health related services.
- Massage therapy can improve posture by allowing the body to reinforce healthy and natural movements.
- Many aches and pains are due to poor posture. Poor posture can increase body stress and breakdown.
- Massage therapy helps you relax, realign and rejuvenate.
After a massage, don’t be surprised if you are a little sore. Soft tissue has been manipulated and stretched. Make sure to drink water after a massage, for it will help flush out the toxins.
Sessions are available in 30, 60 and 90 minute appointments, and most therapeutic massage is covered by health insurance. We also have private pay rates and wellness memberships available. DON’T WAIT ANOTHER DAY, SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT TODAY!
Meet our Massage Therapist
Nicholas Pennacchi, LMT
Nicholas has massage training in the following modalities:
- Trigger Point Therapy
- Deep Tissue Techniques
- Injury Massage
He was born in Seattle Swedish Hospital. Jack LaLanne was his childhood role model. In 2000, he graduated from Renton Technical College. Clients often provide feedback that that his massage treatment is the best they have ever received. Nick works with many patients after auto injury, sports injury, work injury and for general pain relief.
He believes that Massage Therapy is salubrious for the eleven organ systems of the body; digestive, cardiovascular, respiratory, skeletal, nervous, reproductive, endocrine, muscular, immune, excretory, integumentary and it hastens the recovery process by reducing inflammation & increasing range of motion.
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” ― Benjamin Franklin