Everyone loves massage, but have you ever wondered why we have an old time garage theme in our practice? The short answer is that most people take better care of their car than they do their own body. We are out to change that one client at a time. If you think of your spine as the drive train on your car, without it, the body doesn’t move. If your muscles and joints are malfunctioning (knots, inflammation, spasms, and trigger points) then your body doesn’t run properly. Imagine that your hips are like ball joints, your knees are like shocks, and your feet are like tires. Well, by now you get the point. If all of these knots, inflammation, spasms, and trigger points were removed on a regular basis, your body parts would function more efficiently. Imagine the energy your drive train is wasting while trying to work against these malfunctioning parts. You don’t think twice about maintaining your car in good shape because it has to get you from point A to point B in style. Right! You grease it, oil it, and fuel it, but have you done a service check on your body lately? I know you are thinking OK Already! If we put a little of that effort into our body it would run a little better. You might have some energy left at the end of the day for yourself and your loved ones. And, life might even be a little sweeter too. The point is, that massage can get rid of those malfunctioning parts so your body can run like a well-oiled machine. So the more we give our body all the love we give our cars, the better it runs. Massage is a wonderful way to move you along the road to better health. And most of all, this world would be a better place if there were more of the right kind of loving touch in it. Isn’t it time for your service check?
Yours in Health,
Classic Massage Studio
Dr. David Sanders is a Functional Health Practitioner, and owner of Classic Functional Health. He derived a passion for the industry after some devastating family diagnosis left him searching for answers that he just wasn’t getting the traditional way. An avid student of Biochemistry, Immunology, and Endocrinology, he stays on the cutting edge of any new developments and how he can apply this knowledge to his patients. His primary focus is in helping patients who suffer with chronic and degenerative conditions.