Words aren’t as important as presence in giving a holistic massage.
It is important to listen, sometimes to the voice, always to the body, whose messages are more subtle, hidden, almost shy, like they don’t want to bother anyone.
Its whispers are less than a flutter, like the smallest breeze.
We use our body all day, every day and push it to cooperate, often taking pride in its ability to cope with little or no complaint.
It can be something of a slave and too often, rather than nurture it, we push it to breaking point, ignoring the stresses, the niggles of discomfort that lead towards a state of disequilibrium.
Massage allows us to give something back, to release tension and stress from the body, to reconnect with the layers beneath the surface, to tune in and appreciate it for all it does for us.
Give something back, allow your body the benefit of a massage.