Mother’s Day is celebrated every year on the second Sunday of May.
A Mother’s Day massage session provides relaxation, pain relief and deep nurturance: Studies show massage therapy boosts the release of the feel-good hormones oxytocin, serotonin and dopamine, all of which increase feelings of contentment.
So when Mother’s Day comes up, sometimes the best gift is the gift of pampering. Give her some time to herself and book her a massage at PRO Massage in Santa Barbara, Ca.
Are you visiting Santa Barbara and looking for a massage? PRO Massage has teamed up with a veteran female licensed massage therapist to offer Couples the best in Couples massage in Santa Barbara. Ca. With over 34 years of combined experience, Melissa and Nicola offer a wide variety of massage modalities to cater to your specific needs! Choose between the same room for your massage or separate rooms.
My style of Deep Tissue Massage releases the body’s natural painkillers whereby it stimulates the release of endorphins, the morphine-like substances that the body manufactures into the brain and nervous system. Once that happens (you are now in a parasympathetic state “rest and digest”) I then go to work on your injured area to break up the damaged fibrous adhesion which is spread randomly throughout a muscle thus increasing blood flow, oxygen, strength, flexibility, and tissue re-building.
The word “antagonist” is a derivative of the Greek word antagonistēs, which translates into some form of opponent or competitor, and which stems from a combination of the words anti- (“against”) and agonizesthai (“to contend for a prize”). So when you take origins into account, you’d be correct to suspect that an antagonist’s muscle is something to fight against.
Your LCL (lateral collateral ligament) is a vital band of tissue on the outside of your knee. Athletes are more likely to tear it, causing a lot of pain and other symptoms. LCL tears usually heal after three to 12 weeks, depending on severity. You have to take care of yourself, though. Use crutches, ice your knee and follow your healthcare provider’s instructions.