There's more to a good massage than simply making you feel better.
Your body is made up of a number of systems and each of these is given the care and attention it needs when you visit Sitthara Therapeutic Massage & Spa.
The Muscular System
Relieves soreness, tension, and stiffness • Improves muscle tone • Increases flexibility and range of motion of joints • Improves the flow of nutrients to muscles and joints, accelerating recovery from fatigue and injury • Reduces scar tissue • Breaks down or prevents knots • Speeds recovery from exercise • Enhances freedom of movement • Prevents or delays muscular atrophy, resulting from inactivity caused by injury, age, surgery, or illness • Increases physical confidence • Relieves cramps and muscle spasms • Reduces pain and swelling
The Skeletal System
Improves posture/body alignment • Relieve stiff joints • Decreases inflammation • Restores range of motion (increasing joint movement) • Releases joint strain by releasing tight muscles and tendons • Releases restrictions in connected tissues • Improves the circulation and nutrients of your joints
The Integumentary System
Improves skin tone by removing dead cells and improving circulation • Regenerates tissue, including burns, wounds, and wrinkles • Helps to normalize glandular functions • Improve elasticity of skin • Stimulates blood flow to nourish the skin.
The Circulatory System
Increases blood flow to tissues and organs, which can relieve much muscular and joint pain, especially those associated with swelling • Increases the flow of oxygen and nutrients to cells and tissues, improving and relieving congestion throughout the body • Increases the number of red blood cells, especially in cases of anaemia • Lower blood pressure • Reduces heart rate, which ultimately helps develop a stronger heart • Elimination of metabolic waste
The Lymphatic System
Cleanse the body of wastes and toxic debris in the body • Increases the circulation of lymph • Stimulates the immune system which strengthens resistance to disease • Reduces oedema of the extremities arms and legs • Removal of lactic acid from fatigued and sore muscles which makes for a quick recovery • Increases kidney action to remove wastes of protein metabolism • Increases retention of nitrogen phosphorus, and sulphur to aid in bone repair • Speeds recovery from illness