I’m grateful for relaxed muscles and loosened knots, aka a really great massage.
I’ve been getting regular massages for about 20 years. Before moving to Arizona, I had a massage therapist who knew every knot on my back and neck … and, more importantly, how to knead those little pests and eliminate them. We even had a massage table at home and he came to us.
When we moved out west, Greg and I went through a lot of therapists trying to find that one who rubbed out the tight spots the way we like. It’s a combination of long, relaxing strokes and deep tissue.
It took a couple of years, but we found a guy! Sam owns Coyote Bodywork and has just the right skills to loosen up my shoulders, neck and back while still having time leftover for my feet. (Let’s face it, there’s a whole lot to love about a good foot massage.) His office even offers a little zen garden to get you mentally relaxing.
We all get tense. We all cope with tension in different ways. For me, a great massage can do wonders for my muscles AND my disposition. We’ve even visited spas on our travels to help us chill out amid the sometimes physical activities on a vacation.
Today I am grateful for a good massage and the easy smile it puts on my face.
There’s a whole world out there just waiting to be explored. A visit to a spa can make it a whole lot easier to relax and enjoy your adventures.
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