After Care Advice For Your Massage:
- Rest – Try to take at least 15 minutes before you go back to work or drive anywhere. You are in a state of relaxation although you may not realise it. This means that you need to give yourself a bit of time to ease back into the normal flow of things.
- Hydrate – Drink a glass of water after your treatment. There are lots of toxins running around your system after a massage. Drinking plenty of water will help to flush them all out.
- Stretch – If you are feeling a little achy (in deep tissue massage, slight discomfort may be felt for 1-2 days after your massage). To alleviate this, stretch, take a light walk or a warm bath, your muscle fibres need to realign. Stretching can help to do this realignment and improve proper muscle recovery.
- Food – Massage has a big effect on circulation, stimulates digestion and may affect your blood glucose level. Keeping a small snack with you to eat after massage will provide your body with an instant electrolyte boost (especially if you tend to feel light headed after massage.
- Concerns – If you ever have any concerns after a treatment, contact your therapist. We are always available to answer any questions you may have.
- Feedback – We welcome any feedback regarding your treatment.