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*60-Minute Massage for $60! — a great value, so we’re keeping it on the menu this month!
* All 60-Minute Facials only $75!
* Simply Manicures $25!
*10% off body waxing! http://ow.ly/B6NQ5
We are located just off of Montgomery St. on the RiverPlace Esplanade in Suite 390,
next door to The Kimpton RiverPlace Hotel and just north of the McCormick and Schmick’s Harborside Marina restaurant.
If coming from Montgomery St., look for the RiverPlace Esplanade sign! http://ow.ly/DAS9d
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sure your every need is taken care of! Visit our website here or send us an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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0315 SW Montgomery St. Suite 390
Portland, OR 97201
Last week, a new study found that massage really does work to ease those sore muscles after a tough workout. Just 10 minutes can reduce inflammation, which can help your body recover.
However, the health benefits of touch extend beyond simply soothing aches and pains. Of course, the stressed-out have been proponents of the anxiety-busting procedure for decades. But a growing body of research suggests that a rubdown is even better for you than you think.
For the same reasons that a massage is relaxing, it can also soothe anxiety and depression. Massage reduces levels of the stress hormone cortisol, resulting in lifted spirits and often lower blood pressure. It can also boost the neurotransmitters serotonin and dopamine, which are involved in depression.
Additional benefits of massage:
* Boost Immunity
* Improve sleep
* Relieve Headaches
* Beat PMS
* Ease Pain
* Raise Alertness
* Ease Cancer treatment
* Save Face
Book Online or call us! www.portlandspa.net - Phone: 503-222-0105
Massage can boost immunity which helps to fend off illnesses–meaning fewer medical bills and days off work, which are important elements that effect your life. In addition, a few of the other benefits that massage can provide include better sleep, reduced anxiety, and a sense of emotional balance.
Now, more than ever, massage is playing a role in reducing the stress and strengthening the health of Americans. When our clients feel their best, they are more likely to be able to face the challenges that difficult times present with poise, clarity of purpose, and strengthened emotional reserves. The better you feel, the better job you can do of caring for yourself and your loved ones.
Truly, massage is more than a luxury – it’s a vital part of self-care that has a positive ripple effect on us as we work, play, and care for others.