Did you know that Aesthetic Beauty & Massage is registered with a number of
Private Health Providers?
Our point of difference from regular beauty salons is that we offerremedial massage.
Remedial massage is the systematic
assessment and treatment of the muscles, tendons, ligaments and connective
tissue of the body to assist in rehabilitation, pain and injury management.
Some examples of problems a remedial massage therapist can address include:
Tension headaches, frozen shoulder, rotator cuff issues, sciatica, reduced
range of motion, lower back problems, sore shoulders, sore neck, whiplash,
kyphosis, lordosis, scoliosis, strain caused by computer/keyboard/mouse use,
delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS), you get the idea!
As a Massage Therapist, I am often asked how I became/remain strong. My secret is handstands!
There’s no question that most adults, no matter how strong
or athletic they are, are intimidated by handstands.
But just because you didn’t take gymnastics as a kid and are scared to death of
falling on your head when attempting them doesn’t mean you should avoid
Because not only are handstands fun, they’re actually really
good for you.
Why handstands are so awesome:
They make your upper body naturally and evenly strong
Beauty & Massage supported SIDS&Kids by sponsoring two of our long term
valued customers in the Sunshine Beach fun run in Perth on Sunday 16
SIDS&Kids help save the lives of babies and children, and support grieving
families who have lost a child together. Aesthetic Beauty & Massage is
really proud of the Twin Power Team and the donations they have collected to
help this cause. If you would like to show your support to SIDS&Kids Twin
Power team feel free to make a donation through this link:
This week I wanted to share the relationship
that massage has with muscle health.
Muscle strain, muscle pull or even a muscle tear implies damage to a muscle or
its attaching tendons. You can put undue pressure on muscles during the course
of normal daily activities, with sudden heavy lifting, during sports, or while
performing work tasks.
Muscle damage can be in the form of tearing (part or all) of the muscle fibres
and the tendons attached to the muscle. The tearing of the muscle can also
damage small blood vessels, causing local bleeding (bruising) and pain (caused
by irritation of the nerve endings in the area).