What Is Neuromuscular Therapy and its Benefits

Neuromuscular Therapy massage

Neuromuscular Massage Therapy (NMT)

Chronic back pain and Neck pain are among the most common problem in the world.
Neuromuscular Therapy is a highly specialized type of soft tissue therapy designed to relieve pain.It balances the nervous system with the muscular and skeletal systems and naturally brings the body back.

Neuromuscular Massage therapy is effective for many soft tissue pain problems including back and neck pain, headaches including migraines,shoulder pain and tingling in the arms or legs.It is also quite effective at improving dysfunctional posture  patterns. Neuromuscular massage Therapy also improves injured tissues to normal function.

 Benefits of Neuromuscular Therapy : 
Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT) is the ideal manual therapy for people looking for a natural solution


Benefits of Traditional Thai Massage or Sauna

Massage has been part of our daily Life from centuries.Herbalists filled the role of Doctor before the arrival of  modern medicine.
 Thai Traditional medicine holds that Wind,Water,Earth and fire are the four elements of body.Imbalance between the elements are the cause of ill health.To remedy an ailment,Doctor would make a herbal medicine (pack) for the ingest and add to a steam compress.

Another Main Elements of the Traditional medicine is Energy.When  energy lines blocked,every one become ill,physically & mentally.Traditonal Thai massage is a proven physical Therapy that comes from incient india before the lifetime of Buddha.

Here Some Benefits are given .....

 Physical Benefits of Thai Massage :

    •  Detoxification of the body and boost immune system
    • Increase blood circulation, lower blood pressure
    •  muscle relaxation
     • Improve breathing
    • Improves athletic performance
    • Help arthritis and back pain,
Mental Benefits of Thai Massage :

    • Improve your outlook towards life, builds an emotional balance
    • Mind and body concentration and creativity
    • Clear and calm your mind

Overall,It really has some beneficial Side for our body and Mind.

6 Healthy Reasons to Love Spring

Spring is in the air! If the warmer weather isn't reason enough to celebrate, these surprising health benefits will put an extra spring in your step.

Goodbye, long winter! Birds are chirping. Flowers are blooming. Love is in the air. When spring hits, it’s hard to feel down in the dumps. Add longer days and the return of short sleeves to the mix, and you just might find yourself wishing that spring would last forever. The good news is that all the things we love about spring are surprisingly good for us, too, so as you pack up your winter coat for next year, check out our favorite reasons to be excited about the new season.

  1. Extra daylight. Springing forward for daylight saving time feels rough the day after, but once you’re recovered from a night or two of sleep deprivation, the benefits are far-reaching. In addition to giving us more time to spend outdoors and serving as a natural mood booster, that extra hour of light may help reduce traffic accidents and fatalities. Multiple studies, including one published in the Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy, have found that daylight saving time prevents automobile accidents because daylight provides better visibility for motorists.
  2. A healthier home. During warmer weather, open your windows and let the sunshine in while you spring clean, declutter, and organize your home. Not only will a more streamlined space help you feel more in control of your day-to-day life, it could also make you fitter. Researchers at Indiana University found that the owners of tidy homes are more likely to be physically fit than those who live in messy environments.Plus, a little elbow grease can torch serious calories. According to Everyday Health’s My Calorie Counter, a 150-pound person can burn 133 calories in 30 minutes of vigorous cleaning.
  3. A spring-cleaned diet. Sweep the cobwebs about of your cold-weather diet with a dose of fresh spring produce. Peas, asparagus, kale, radicchio, and rhubarb are just a few of the fresh foods that reach their peak during spring. Chances are, you’ll find yourself wanting to eat less during warmer weather than you did during the dark winter months, so use your body’s natural cravings as a way to focus on filling up with whole, fresh foods.