It’s Hot Stone Massage Season in Stockton, CA

woman wearing coat, hat & gloves in cold weather

Brrrrr! It’s Cold Outside! It’s Time for a Hot Stone Massage by Lorrie

There’ nothing better than a Hot Stone Massage to alleviate the bone-chilling discomfort brought on by cold weather.  Hot Stone massages provide a wide array of benefits that encompass eliminating the discomfort of being chilled to the bone, pampering sore muscles, decreasing pain and taming muscle spasms.  And that’s just the tip of the iceberg (no pun intended… yet, quite appropriate).

Let’s Take a Closer Look at the Many Healing Benefits of Hot Stone Massage.

Pain Management is at the top of the list of hot stone massage benefits.  When painful muscles are manipulated and stretched, pain is diminished.  In many cases pain has been known to disappear completely.  When hot stones are incorporated in your massage the pain reduction results are experienced immediately.

If you’re experiencing tight, painful muscle spasms or sore muscles you can expect rapid relief after a hot stone massage.  Your muscles will loosen-up and relax, allowing your massage therapist to more easily implement further relief via deep tissue manipulation.

Blood circulation improvement and unrestricted energy flow are also achieved during your massage session.  During the course of your massage you can expect your therapist to place the hot stones on strategic locations of your body to help alleviate restricted circulation and energy blockages.

Persons who are dealing with a variety of rehabilitation scenarios (such as sprains, torn ligaments, carpal tunnel syndrome, etc.) often experience easy, accelerated recovery after receiving a hot stone massage.

If you don’t want to read about the Hot Stone Massage Benefits, watch this video!



If you’re suffering from Fibromyalgia, Arthritis, Hypertension, or a musculoskeletal heath issue your physician will more than likely recommend regular visits to a massage therapist and/or Reiki (pronounced Ray-key) practitioner for symptom relief.  Reiki is a Japanese form of hands-on healing that’s being used in hospitals and healing centers worldwide.

TIP: Whenever possible seek-out a massage therapist, such as Lorrie, who is also a trained & certified Reiki Practitioner.  That way you receive enhanced healing from both the Reiki and the massage in one glorious session!  It’s economical, too because you pay for the massage and receive the Reiki for FREE!

Reduction of stress is a major benefit of massage.  There are myriad medical studies that substantiate the roll that stress plays in disease and disorders that people experience.  Everyone knows that too much stress leads to all kinds of health-related issues.  One of the best ways to tame your stress levels is with regular massages and a hot stone massage should be at the top of your list.

woman at spa receiving a hot stone massage

Another often and most welcome benefit of hot stone massage is better sleep.  Anyone who has ever dealt with pain knows that when you’re in pain, sleep is nearly impossible. Many clients experience restful sleep after a massage. Actually, many clients experience it while they are still on the massage table!

Built-up toxins are stored in your muscles and bodily tissues and they are released during a massage.  That’s why all massage therapists tell their clients to drink plenty of water after receiving a massage.  Doing so aids the body in expelling unwanted and unhealthy toxins.  You can assist in your own healing by following your massage therapist’s advice by drinking lots of water to flush the toxins released during your massage.

The next time you’re chilled to the bone, let that be a reminder to you that it’s time for a Hot Stone Massage. If you live in the San Joaquin Valley or near Stockton, CA get a #MassageByLorrie. Within 60 to 90 minutes those hot stones and Lorrie’s warm Reiki hands will do wonders to ward-off the bone chilling effects of cold, wet winter weather.

 Are you ready to experience the healing benefits of a Hot Stone Massage PLUS Reiki?

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