You've probably heard of the various biological rhythms such as the circadian rhythm (the wake/sleep/repair cycle which repeats every 24 hours), and the circaseptan rhythm (various processes such as recovery and healing which occurs cyclically on the 7th day), but what about the infradian rhythm (which is a biological rhythm that cycles about every 28 days)? Did you know that massage therapy can have special benefits when it is experienced in harmony with one of these biological body rhythms too? It's true!
Experienced clients typically find that a regular massage received on an infradian cycle (every 4 weeks or 28 days) can greatly enhance health and wellness as well as boost the effects of the massage they receive. Depending upon your particular lifestyle you may find an infradian rhythm an excellent choice, or perhaps if your schedule is intensive or your job is high stress, a circaseptan schedule would work best for you.
We have regular appointment times available including weekly (circaseptan) and monthly (infradian), among other options. And remember, morning appointments can provide for better concentration and productivity as well as elevate your mood and outlook throughout your day!
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Jerri W., LMT, CWC
Licensed Massage Therapist and Certified Wellness Coach with over 25+ years of experience in pain management, relaxation techniques and lifestyle education.
Heather R., LMT, CWC
Certified Wellness Coach and Licensed Massage Therapist with a passion for helping others achieve optimal wellness through healthier living.
NOTICE: The information provided herein is meant for educational purposes only. We accept no liability for your use of the information provided. As always, use your best judgment and if in doubt, please consult your healthcare provider to determine the best course of action for your particular situation.