How’s your body today? Take a moment and check it out.
When was the last time you had a massage?
I saw this infographic, and read that 16% of adult Americans received a massage in a year’s time. 16%?!?!
Now I know, that during that same amount of time, those people that drive cars filled them with gas. They had the oil changed every so often, and when the engine light came on, drove straight to a mechanic.
Why wouldn’t you do the same for your body?
If food is fuel, consider a massage an oil change.
Massages release tension. They relax and normalize soft tissue (muscles, tendons, ligaments), increase circulation and boost the immune system ~ see the infographic here for even more benefits.
A massage is preventative care for your body. Taking care of it today, so you can stay out on the road of life, doing the things that you love to do.
So I wanted to remind you, that you have permission to take care of your body.
You have permission to take care of you.
Just in case you forgot.
This is just as important, if not more so, as taking care of your car.
If massage isn’t your thing, find something that is (yoga, mediation, foam rolling, etc.).
Your body is the most important instrument you own.
How will you care for it today?