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It’s THAT time of year... 

Christmas is well and truly in sight now, the Christmas lights have been switched on and festive tunes can be heard pretty much everywhere. 
The world seems to speed up around now and it’s easy to get caught up in it. With so much to cram into the last few weeks, December can often feel like the final hurdle that has to be navigated before we collapse in a heap. 
It can be a very stressful time of year, so try to look after yourself. Whatever it is that leaves you feeling restful and relaxed needs to be included in your schedule over the next few weeks. Make some time for some exercise, relaxation, mindfulness, quality sleep and keep yourself grounded to make the most of the festive period. 

How can massage help? 

Massage will benefit both your body and mind. A full body massage focuses on completely relaxing you using slow, smooth flowing strokes that releases tension in your body. 
During your massage the tension in your muscles, especially in areas like your neck, shoulders and back, is released. This natural relaxation helps to: 
improve blood circulation 
lower your blood pressure 
relieve overall muscle fatigue, soreness and stiffness 
relieve tension headaches 
boost your immune system 
improve your skin condition and muscle tone 
feel more energised 
remove toxins from the body 
The benefits of relaxing your muscles won’t just stop with the effects to your body, you will also find having a regular full body massage has major psychological benefits including: 
reducing the effects of stress 
improving your sleep patterns 
promoting positive body awareness 
restoring a sense of balance and well-being 
reducing the effects of anxiety and depression 
improving concentration 
At the end of the day, Christmas is all about having fun and taking time out of our busy working lives and studies to spend some proper time with loved ones. So why not allow yourself to relax at Christmas? 
Prices start from £35.00 for a one hour massage. See our offers for more information. 
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