Massage therapy has been in existence for thousands of years, dating as far back as ancient Greek and Egyptian times. It is believed to address the same issues it does now - anxiety, pain, injuries, stress, increase relaxation, improve one's mood, lower blood pressure, and more.
Massage has many styles and techniques, including acupressure, reflexology, shiatsu, and deep tissue. These forms are featured in our massage chairs. The first modern massage chair appeared around the 1950s, made with a wheel and crank. Now, thanks to technology, we can electronically control the chairs by adjusting them to our liking.
Massages go beyond a relaxing experience. The number of benefits to receiving a regular massage is nearly endless. Contrary to what many believe, massage therapy is not just for athletes. It can aid anyone with headaches, anxiety, stress-related aches. Studies have found that massages can also regulate blood pressure and speed up injury recoveries. In other words, you can experience a nice massage aligned with an improved quality of lite.