Most people take the health of their legs for granted, but they need as much care as the rest of the body. Regular massage ensure they stay strong and toned.
We exercise, walk, run, stand and generally live on our legs, yet rarely look after them until they hurt, become swollen or tired. Regular massage increases the circulation of nutrient rich blood in the legs, keeping them strong and healthy.
By encouraging good circulation and lymph flow, leg massage can reduce fluid retention and swelling around the ankles, and prevent varicose veins and broken capillaries. Massage also prevents the legs from becoming stiff and sore after exercise, by removing lactic acid that has built up in the muscles.
Massaging the thighs helps eliminate toxins, improving appearance and tone. Brushing strokes on the inside of the leg lightly towards the groin supports lymphatic drainage and boosts the circulation of blood