Your hands work all day long. They open jars, type at computers, drive cars, chop and slice, lift, hold, and touch tenderly. Working all day long with no rest can take its toll on your hands. Feet also do their fair share of work. These parts of the body work hard with very little attention or regard. A hand and foot treatment can give these essential body parts the rest and rejuvenation they need to keep working hard for you all day, every day.

Relieving Pain

In addition to helping you feel relaxed and relieving anxiety, a foot massage can actually help you feel physically better. A study cited by Life Hack found that subjects who suffered from migraines and headaches reduced or eliminated their symptoms with reflexology foot massage. Many participants in the study no longer needed to take medication for their headaches.

Foot massage can also relieve everyday pain that typically happens due to flat feet. When your arches fall, you don’t have the support you need to get through your day without pain. Planter fasciitis is particularly painful in the heel area of the foot. Foot massage several times a week can help you feel better when you need to be up on your feet and you are struggling with severe or chronic foot pain.

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Caring For Your Hands

Hands work more than ever, now that most of our employment involves at least some computer work. Typing, scrolling, unnatural angles of the wrist, can all cause strain, tension, and sometimes pain. A hand massage can help relieve any tension in your hands, but also throughout your body. A simple hand massage can go a long way toward helping you feel healthy and relaxed.

More Than Massage

A hand and foot treatment at our Breckenridge spa goes beyond just massage. Treatments include aromatherapy to invigorate your mood. Skin is exfoliated with scrubs to remove dry and damaged cells. Next, oils and creams are massaged into the skin to deeply hydrate and rejuvenate the skin on your arms, forearms, feet, and calves.

Winter in a very dry climate like Breckenridge can wreak havoc on your skin. Despite continual applications of lotions, skin still becomes cracked, dry, and uncomfortable. These deep moisturizing techniques can help your hands and feet feel better. They can also help them retain moisture longer. Just because you love the outdoors, doesn’t mean you have to have itchy and cracked skin. Regular hand and foot treatments will keep your skin feeling healthy and supple.

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Watch your stress and anxiety melt away as lovely scents fill the air and nourishing lotions are rubbed into your skin. Visit our spa, located near the ski hill in Breckenridge, for a hand and foot treatment massage that will help your skin stay hydrated, fresh and relaxed.

 

 

 

 

Date posted: November 22, 2018 | Author: | Comments Off on Why You Need a Hand and Foot Treatment

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