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Singing Bowl Treatment and Benefits

Peer-reviewed medical research has shown that the benefits of massage include pain relief, reduced trait anxiety and depression, and temporarily reduced blood pressure, heart rate, and state of anxiety. Additional testing has shown an immediate increase and expedited recovery periods for muscle performance. Theories behind what massage might do include blocking pain, activating the parasympathetic nervous system, which may stimulate the release of endorphin and serotonin, preventing fibrosis or scar tissue, increasing the flow of lymph, and improving sleep, but such effects are yet to be supported by well-designed clinical studies.

Massage is hindered from reaching the gold standard of scientific research, which includes placebo-controlled and double blind clinical trials. Developing a “sham” manual therapy for massage would be difficult since even light touch massage could not be assumed to be completely devoid of effects on the subject. It would also be difficult to find a subject that would not notice that they were getting less of a massage, and it would be impossible to blind the therapist. Massage can employ randomized controlled trials, which are published in peer reviewed medical journals. This type of study could increase the credibility of the profession because it displays that purported therapeutic effects are reproducible.

Pain relief: Relief from pain due to musculo skeletal injuries and other causes is cited as a major benefit of massage. Acupressure or pressure point massage may be more beneficial than classic Swedish massage in relieving back pain.  However, a meta-study conducted by scientists at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign failed to find a statistically significant reduction in pain immediately following treatment.

State anxiety: Massage has been shown to reduce state anxiety, a transient measure of anxiety in a given situation.

Blood pressure and heart rate: Massage has been shown to temporarily reduce blood pressure and heart rate.

Trait anxiety: Massage has been shown to reduce trait anxiety; a person’s general susceptibility to anxiety.

Depression: Massage has been shown to reduce sub clinical depression.

Singing Bowl Therapy

The ideal way to relax and unwind. We are an amazing  massage parlour. Our masseuses are highly skilled and tailor the massage as per your preferences and needs. Ergonomic chairs serve a similar function as a massage table. Chairs may be either stationary or portable models. Massage chairs are easier to transport than massage tables, and recipients do not need to disrobe to receive a chair massage. Due to these two factors, chair massage is often performed in settings such as corporate offices, outdoor festivals, shopping malls, and other public location.

The ideal way to relax and unwind. We are an amazing  massage parlour. Our masseuses are highly skilled and tailor the massage as per your preferences and needs. Ergonomic chairs serve a similar function as a massage table. Chairs may be either stationary or portable models. Massage chairs are easier to transport than massage tables, and recipients do not need to disrobe to receive a chair massage. Due to these two factors, chair massage is often performed in settings such as corporate offices, outdoor festivals, shopping malls, and other public location.

The ideal way to relax and unwind. We are an amazing  massage parlour. Our masseuses are highly skilled and tailor the massage as per your preferences and needs. Ergonomic chairs serve a similar function as a massage table. Chairs may be either stationary or portable models. Massage chairs are easier to transport than massage tables, and recipients do not need to disrobe to receive a chair massage. Due to these two factors, chair massage is often performed in settings such as corporate offices, outdoor festivals, shopping malls, and other public location.

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Massage fees are set by length of appointments, which are typically 30, 45, 60 or 90 minutes. Rates are similar for the many different types of massage, but adding hot stones, aromatherapy or other services adds 10-20 percent. Fees are lower in the Midwest, and highest in coastal regions and urban centers. While there is typically little difference in fees among spas, gyms or specialty clinics, rates at hotel and resort spas are typically 30 to 50 percent higher.

Here is the list of our Massages and Rate

Type of Massage Price
Swedish Massage Therapy $40
Aromatherapy Massage $50
Hot Stone Massage $60
Deep Tissue Massage $70

Relaxing Massages & Spa

Massage fees are set by length of appointments, which are typically 30, 45, 60 or 90 minutes. Rates are similar for the many different types of massage, but adding hot stones, aromatherapy or other services adds 10-20 percent. Fees are lower in the Midwest, and highest in coastal regions and urban centers. While there is typically little difference in fees among spas, gyms or specialty clinics, rates at hotel and resort spas are typically 30 to 50 percent higher.

Here is the list of our Massages and Rate

Type of Massage Price
Swedish Massage Therapy $40
Aromatherapy Massage $50
Hot Stone Massage $60
Deep Tissue Massage $70

Peaceful & Serene

The term is derived from the name of the town of Spa, Belgium, whose name is known back to Roman times, when the location was called Aquae Spadanae, sometimes incorrectly connected to the Latin word “spargere” meaning to scatter, sprinkle or moisten. The word spa itself denotes “fountain”. Some experts also suggest that the word “spa” originated from the name of the Belgian town named Spa where a curative natural spring was discovered in the 14th century. Since medieval times, illnesses caused by iron deficiency were treated by drinking chalybeate (iron-bearing) spring water (in 1326, the ironmaster Collin le Loup claimed a cure, when the spring was called Espa, a Walloon word for “fountain”).

In 16th-century England, the old Roman ideas of medicinal bathing were revived at towns like Bath (not the source of the word bath), and in 1596 William Slingsby who had been to the Belgian town (which he called Spaw) discovered a chalybeate spring in Yorkshire. He built an enclosed well at what became known as Harrogate, the first resort in England for drinking medicinal waters, then in 1596 Dr Timothy Bright after discovering a second well called the resort The English Spaw, beginning the use of the word Spa as a generic description.

It is commonly claimed, in a commercial context, that the word is an acronym of various Latin phrases such as “Salus Per Aquam” or “Sanitas Per Aquam” meaning “health through water”. This is very unlikely: the derivation does not appear before the early 21st century and is probably a backronym as there is no evidence of acronyms passing into the language before the 20th century; nor does it match the known Roman name for the location.