Happy November! This time of the year, unfortunately, is considered “flu season,” when it is essential for our immune system to be strong enough to ward off colds, or worst influenza. Massage therapy has immense health benefits, so will getting a massage help you feel better while sick with the common cold or flu? The . . .
Most are aware and expect the use of heat during a massage such as hot stones, hot towels, or steam. Massage Therapist, Leslie Bruder, sums it up perfectly when she says, “heat opens the muscles and relaxes the joints, which helps you to penetrate the tissue more easily and leaves clients less sore from deep . . .