Back pain happens to almost everyone at some point. Your back has so many hard-working muscles and ligaments that it’s easy to experience strain and pain in different areas throughout your life. One of the most common and beneficial parts of the body for massage is the back, since the nerves run through the spine.
Your body can function better after a massage because of increased circulation, which brings newly oxygenated blood to your muscles and transports metabolic waste away from your internal organs.
Back massage therapy also provides greater flexibility, since relaxed muscles and limber joints allow for improved range of motion. Massage helps to relieve lower back pain, relieves tension from upper back, improves sleep, helps the healing process.