Escape to a Sanctuary for the Senses

Escape to a Sanctuary for the Senses

Escape to a Sanctuary for the Senses at Aquarius Wellness Center for Healing Arts

Being healthy is important to everyone. But true health is much more than being disease free. It’s about possessing a sense of peace and well-being, as well as physical wellness. From proper nutrition, to getting enough sleep, to seeing your doctor on a regular basis – there are plenty of ways to ensure your whole self maintains an optimal level of wellness.

Andrew Goodman, owner of Aquarius Wellness Center for Healing Arts in Clayton, understands that complete health isn’t just physical. “The word ‘health’ is so often associated with weight, blood pressure, medicines, things like that. We understand that true wellness is who you are as much as what you are,” he explains. “Which is why we’ve created such a beautiful physical space at Aquarius Wellness, as well as providing a fulfilling service experience.” While Aquarius Wellness offers a wide range of services that include skin care, Reiki and gemstone therapy, acupuncture, and cupping therapy, their specialty service is – and will continue to be – massage therapy. “Massage is our most requested service, and we see the greatest breadth of benefits to our clients in massage as well,” says Goodman.

While massage and massage therapy treatments have long been considered a luxury or indulgence, more and more studies are showing that massage treatments can provide both physical and mental relief for a wide range of conditions. An obvious and immediate result of massage therapy is relief from muscle pain and tension. But other chronic conditions such as fibromyalgia, digestive disorders, TMJ, and a myriad of stress-related conditions can be managed, and in some cases effectively treated, through regular massage therapy. In fact, reports from the National Institutes of Health and the American Massage Therapy Association suggest that regular massage treatments may help prevent disease by improving immune function and reducing stress.

Though massage therapy shouldn’t replace regular visits or care from a medical doctor, the benefits of massage as a part of your regular wellness routine can certainly contribute to your overall quality of life. If you’re interested in learning more, contact a reputable massage professional to discuss your options about the benefits of integrating a regular massage therapy routine into your healthy lifestyle.

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Aquarius Wellness Center for Healing Arts
7750 Clayton Rd., Suite 103
Richmond Heights, MO 63117