The Power of Touch.
Today I read an article on Oprah.com (please don't judge 🤣) titled 'How an Extra Touch can Improve Your Health' written by journalist Diana Spechler.
In essence Diana noticed in an uncomfortable and over-crowded bus trip that she enjoyed the forced physical contact of her knee, pressing against the knee of another passenger.
As a journalist, she questioned why, this forced contact, in a setting involving no intimacy, with a complete stranger provided her with such comfort?
Diana's research lead her to multiple studies around humans innate need for physical contact.
Physical contact, even by a complete stranger in a crowded bus (or a *massage therapist* in a calming therapy room) can reduce blood pressure and lower cortisol levels - effectively reducing stress.
In an age where people are always SO busy, couples work longer hours and children spend long days in school and care VERY FEW people are getting ENOUGH physical contact.
If you are feeling stressed and anxious, in addition to providing you with massage that can physically relax you and release your muscles, let us use THE POWER OF TOUCH to help to lower your blood pressure and reduce your cortisol levels leaving you feeling 😊☺️🤗