HOW DO MASSAGES
Massages help to lessen pain by loosening tight muscles, reducing tension, and removing exhaustion by offering a general feeling of peace
By treating the source of pain and curbing overall pain, the Payne Relief method integrated bodywork helps identify the source of pain. It enables you to reconnect with your body and to recognise the source or cause of the pain.
Our bodies hold stress in various places, which are usually painful or tender. Massaging these affected areas helps to release the pressure and reduce the pain. Massages help to reduce the regularity and severity of stress, tension, and aches by reducing the tension in these muscles.
Massage can lessen muscle pain by improving tissue flexibility, increasing the range of motion, and curtailing muscle tension, cramps, spasms at the tender and trigger points.
Massages help relax your body, leading to deeper sleep, facilitating the body’s ability to calm down and recoup from injuries, exhaustion, and stress. Massages also release a hormone called endorphins, a pain-relieving neurochemical and hence help promote overall wellbeing.
Massage can relax the muscles surrounding the injury. It helps reduce the pain and enables the nutrients to move along the injured area, facilitating the body to regenerate and recover faster.