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Massage Therapy in Ponte Vedra Beach
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Augustine Grille - Ponte Vedra Beach, FL - Phone: (904) 285-7777
Body Techniques Massage - Ponte Vedra Beach, FL - Phone: (904) 273-6402
Jimmas Hair Skin Nails - Ponte Vedra Beach, FL - Phone: (904) 285-8110
Marriott Sawgrass Resort and Spa - Ponte Vedra Beach, FL - Phone: (800) 228-9290
Wright Center - Ponte Vedra Beach, FL - Phone: (904) 273-1500
Zimmiz Hair Designers Inc - Ponte Vedra Beach, FL - Phone: (904) 285-0503
Helpful Definition for: Massage Therapy
A 'Massage Therapy' in Ponte Vedra Beach is a kind of treatment that is frequently used for healing painful ailments, reduction of stress, and for attaining relaxation. A massage therapy is of more than eighty kinds, such as sports massage, Swedish massage, Breema massage, stone massage, Anma massage, etc. Massage therapy also improves circulation of blood. The equipment required in a massage therapy are vichy showers, dry water massage bed, body rock, oil, etc. The oils used in massage therapy are usually herbal oil, olive oil, coconut oil, almond oil. To remove the dead skin cells, salt is also used during the process of massage. A body massage involves application of touch and pressure on some nerve-points in the body to provide relief and speed healing. It is best not to eat anything before a massage. It is always suggested to take an appointment and gather information about the therapist, before going for a therapeutic massage anywhere in Ponte Vedra Beach.
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