Dreaming of a good night’s sleep

Some people look at the cost of massage and hesitate to try it.  Some get massages, but only get one for special events, like a birthday treat.

A problem for many in our society is that they don’t sleep well.  Physical pain prevents them from being comfortable.  They sleep for a while but the pain wakes them up through the night.  For some, the stress in their lives either keeps them up or disrupts their sleep.  They start the day feeling it is another day to try to get through instead of feeling rested and refreshed in the morning.

Massage can help with both physical pain and stress relief.  Many of my clients describe to me how much better they sleep after a massage.  Some come in very tense and fall asleep in minutes on the table.

How long has it been since you had a good night’s sleep?

How much better do you feel in the morning after a good night’s sleep?  How much more do you get done during the day?  How much better do you get along with other people?  What would your day be like if you didn’t wake up with a headache?  Since people feel better, are less tense, are more rested, get more done, and get along better with the world, they continue to sleep well.

For your convenience, I offer evening appointments.  You can come in after work or whatever has kept you busy during your day.  After your massage, you can head home, relax a bit, and get a good, peaceful, restful sleep.

It’s your choice which cost you want to pay: the price of a massage (which comes with benefits for to you enjoy) or the price you pay (what you are missing out on) by not sleeping well.

How much longer are you going to wait for your massage? 

If massage has helped you sleep better, let me know with a comment.

Barry is a licensed Massage Therapist at Main Street Massage in Hudson, Ohio.  Find out more about him, his business, and massage at www.HudsonMassageTherapy.com

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