Registered Massage Therapy – A New Year Resolution –
Happy Lunar New Year
Davie Village RMT wish a happy Year of the Dog to everyone who celebrates the Lunar New Year. Long ago, according to legend from the Han Dynasty (202 BC – 220 AD), the Jade Emperor called for a race. Specifically, he wanted all of the twelve animals in his kingdom to compete. First, the dog crossed the finish line. After him came the rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, and pig.
New Year, New You
Many of us make New Year’s resolutions for ourselves to set personal goals to achieve. For example, your goals might include losing weight, eating better, and being healthier overall. Whether you celebrate the Lunar New Year or not, registered massage therapy can help you achieve those goals. For one thing, an excellent relaxation or Swedish massage is a wonderful treat. It’s great for relaxing stressed, overworked bodies and minds. Is it your New Year’s resolution to get a good night’s sleep more often? Massage can help with that, too.
Start the New Year with a Massage
Try a Swedish, deep tissue, or a relaxation massage to help relax the body and mind. Allow the treatment to release your body’s natural feel-good hormones. Or, are you looking to improve your physical fitness? If so, a sports massage is excellent for preventing sports injuries, increasing performance, and recovering from post-exercise soreness. So, you can get back to training for that 10K marathon quicker and easier. Have a nagging pain in your back or neck that just keeps coming back? Deep tissue massage targets those tight spots to help relieve pain and promote a better quality of sleep.
Ready for a New You?
Ready to make that step towards better health and fitness? Then, book an appointment with one of our registered massage therapists at Davie Village RMT today. Our RMTs have experience working with many individuals of all different athletic ability and background. We are an LGBTQ2+ friendly business located in Downtown Vancouver at the corner of Davie and Burrard Street and right along transit routes