Whether or not you consider your body a temple, many wellness pros would contend that it is your first home, as worthy of a good care as any other abode. Spa treatments have become one of the most common ways for people to take care of their bodies. It works perfect for taking care of both physical and mental health. On our previous article we dicussed on some of the major benefits that a spa offers, you can also view spa treatments as good as a ‘work out’ because it offers a similar end product like someone visiting the gym. The difference is you use far less energy in the spa. But for you to fully experience these amazing benefit you must renew Your Mind .
Why is it important to renew your mind?
In our previous article we said that Some people love spas and others don’t. – just imagine – with all its benefits and how great it makes you feel, how can someone not like it? Well, this is because of our mind set. Unrealistic expectations and negative belief can sour our attitude towards the spa, this limiting beliefs and generalizations based on someone else experience can keep us from going to the spa. This is why it is so important to renew our mind. If you have never visited a spa, purpose to do so in your to do list ,Spa therapy can offer you an enjoyable way to release accumulated stress from your body and reap the benefits that relaxation can provide as a part of your healthy lifestyle.
What Is Spa Therapy?
If you’ve ever heard someone say, “I need a spa therapy day,” you may have wondered, “What do they do in spa therapy?”
During ancient Roman times, spa therapy was a water-based therapy reserved for royalty to provide physical and spiritual healing. Today’s modern spa therapy includes not only water-based therapies, but also various types of massage therapy, including swedish, deep tissue, and stone massage, facials, bodyscrub treatments, and more.
How to know you need a spa
Our body is constantly speaking to us through our minds. It tells us when we are tired and it’s time to go to bed; when we’ve sat for too long and need to stretch; when we’re full and need to stop eating… It constantly communicates with us.
It is natural for us as humans to often ignore the signals our bodies are giving us because we are probably too engrossed in what we are doing and are bent on finishing it, regardless of what the body is telling us—because We own it, after all! While this is true, we could also be setting the body up for bigger problems if we fail to respond to its current needs.
If you have been experiencing at least one of these signs lately, maybe it is your body telling you to book a spa appointment.
You Have Migraine
A headache is a symptom that your blood circulation is poor, which a massage might help with. If you have been experiencing such, you can try out Mvua stress relief Massage, the ultimate remedy for tension and chronic headaches.
You’re breaking out.
Breakouts and blemishes aren’t necessarily an indication of the need for a facial. Breakouts and blemishes, particularly around the forehead, are sometimes caused by high-stress levels, and this season can be a stressful time of year for most of us. So, if you’ve been getting those little forehead pimples, it is your sign to visit the spa.
You Can’t Take Your Mind Off of Work
If you’re still thinking about today’s work events or what you have to do tomorrow in the middle of the night, then you know it is time to relax. “There is a time for everything” isn’t a saying for nothing.
Anger is Getting a Better part of You
If you’ve been finding yourself yelling in situations you would normally just be quiet about lately, it is a telltale sign that you need to get a massage as you must have been overstressed..
Take some time to listen to your body and give it the treatment it needs.
At Mvua Spas we provide several treatments such as massage therapy, and aromatherapy all of which can help combat symptoms of stress.
Massage therapy can provide up to a 50% reduction in the levels of the stress hormone cortisol. Massage also increases the body’s production of serotonin and dopamine. Both are mood-stabilizing neurotransmitters that provide a natural “feel good” mood boost. Massage therapy can reduce physical symptoms of depression, such as joint pain and muscle tightness.
Aromatherapy, whether added to massage therapy, therapeutic baths, or by adding essential oils through a diffuser, can also help alleviate symptoms of stress. Beneficial essential oils include frankincense , rosemary , lavender , and eucalyptus among others. Check mvuashop
We’ve all been there: That super sensitive time frame when not feeling relaxed starts to teeter on the edge of full-on rage. it’s time to put a stop to it with a visit to the spa. Join us next week as we discuss more on spa benefits!