Easley Therapeutic Massage & Wellness Center

Welcome to Easley Therapeutic Massage & Wellness Center!

Your sanctuary for health, wellness, relaxation and the Therapeutic Difference!

At ETM, we strive to make sure every client receives a personalized experience. 

 ETM services clients with a variety of health concerns such as anxiety, carpel tunnel syndrome, migraines, prenatal health, plantar fascitis, sciatica, stress, TMJ, and many others. Many of our clients are referred to us by their doctors or other medical practitioners  to use massage in conjunction with their plan of treatment. But whether you are working on a health plan with your doctor, or just coming in to de-stress, our staff will provide you with personalized service!

Contact or visit ETM today to schedule a massage, experience our infared sauna, browse our products, or just to chat on how we can service you as our client!

4 Great Reasons
To Get a Massage

Oftentimes, we think that getting a massage is a way to pamper ourselves and not much more than that, but did you know that there are health benefits to getting regular massages?

1 - Massage can help relieve stress.
Most of us encounter stress or stressful situations on a day-to-day basis. Massage can help lower cortisol levels, while increasing dopamine in our bodies to alleviate some of those stresses as well as aid in the treatment of anxiety and depression. 

2 - Massage aids in releasing muscle tension.
Do you spend long days sitting in front of a computer screen, driving, or doing labor-intensive work?  All of these things can cause pain in our bodies, from sore shoulders to lower back pain. Massage aids in releasing tension from these sore muscles through Deep Tissue Massage and stretching.

3 - Massage improves blood circulation.
According to Eileen Cahalane with Alive Magazine , "Massage facilitates circulation because the pressure created by the massage technique actually moves blood through the congested areas. The release of this same pressure causes new blood to flow in. The squeezing and pulling also flushes lactic acid from the muscles and improves the circulation of the lymph fluid which carries metabolic waste away from muscles and internal organs." 

4 - Massage can relieve headaches.
At some point or another most of us have suffered from a headache or migraine. The Mayo Clinic describes a headache as, "[a] pain in any region of the head. Headaches may occur on one or both sides of the head, be isolated to a certain location, radiate across the head from one point, or have a viselike quality." And while there are a great number of causes for these different types of headaches, massage therapists can work with you to help determine appropriate treatment for them.


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