Do you first have to be ill or feel like that to take a massage? Often this is exactly the case. The shoulder and neck muscles hurt after hours of computer work.
Your job doesn’t let you go in your private life either. Insomnia and digestive problems can be the result. Mental exhaustion is a phenomenon of our time. The symptoms are then often masked with the aids of the pharmaceutical industry. You can do it like this. However, it remains to be seen whether this leads to a healthy and happy life in the long term.
Why not take early measures that help to eliminate the stress symptoms of our time or even prevent them from developing in the first place? Ayurveda in particular offers a richly filled construction kit of easy-to-practise possibilities for health care. Healthy nutrition, yoga and meditation are only some of the measures that can be integrated into the daily routine of people who are under a lot of stress at work. Massage is also a highly recommended means of health prevention in the Ayurvedic scriptures. Its health effects are described in detail on my website under “Ayurvedic massages”.
But a massage is also a good opportunity to consciously withdraw from everyday life and reflect on oneself. An hour of rest and relaxation not only on the physical, but also on the mental level. To be able to face the challenges of life with joy and agility.