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Honolulu  Massage  Studio Healing Massage & Clinical Bodywork

(808) 551-5460

HONOLULU MASSAGE STUDIO MAP

1188 Bishop Street

Century Square

Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

WORKING HOURS

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CONTACT INFORMATION

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(808)551-5460



NOTICE

By appointment only. Please go online or call (808)551-5460 to schedule an appointment. No walk-ins are available.

12 - 6:00

8:30 - 6:00

9:30 - 6:00

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8:30 - 3:30

8 - 5:00

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MASSAGE FOR FLEXIBILITY &

RANGE OF MOTION

Massage therapy is a beneficial treatment for maintaining and improving flexibility and motion. By working on muscles, connective tissues, tendons, ligaments, and joints, regular massage can improve your flexibility and range of motion, keeping your joints more fluid and making them less injury prone.

HOW MASSAGE IMPROVES FLEXIBILITY


One benefit of stretching is an improvement of blood circulation, which aids in illness recovery and disease prevention. Elongating muscles will also improve posture and your joints' range of motion. Stretching and massage are even more important for someone who is physically active. Loose muscles are less prone to strains and sprains during a workout.

Incorporating massage and stretching into a fitness routine also will help reduce soreness after a workout. Stretching beforehand will allow greater freedom of movement when exercising and longer workout periods because it helps prevent a buildup of lactic acid in your blood. Regular post-workout massages can then aid in the recovery and relaxation process.

BENEFITS OF IMPROVED FLEXIBILITY & RANGE OF MOTION


Stimulates the production of the body's natural lubricants to keep flexibility at a maximum

Enhances athletic performance

Helps prevent active lifestyle injuries by staying flexible

ROLE OF MASSAGE THERAPY IN

FLEXIBILITY & RANGE OF MOTION


Muscle injuries are more common now than they were 50 years ago. That's not because we're exercising harder. It's because we're more sedentary. What's worse, as we age our joints tend to tighten, making range of motion and flexibility even more restricted.