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Massage available on campus to ease stress

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Book a massage and reap the benefits!

Body stress can build up over time, often resulting in physical neuromuscular tension and discomfort. Stress can also impact our emotional, intellectual, and spiritual wellness. But do we stop when we feel stress compromising our well being? Often not. Living in a driven culture, there can be associated guilt or a perceived lack of time with penciling in the time and space for our body to pause, relax, and release the toll of life demands.

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Learning and working on a college campus can be enriching, but like any place, campus life comes with its own challenges. It is not uncommon for students, faculty, and staff to experience episodic or chronic health issues such as stress, anxiety, depression, compromised immune systems, tension headaches, and sleep issues.

Successfully addressing any one of these health issues often does not result in one protocol. Rather, the health issue can also involve combining complimentary protocols together for optimal outcomes. With this in mind, research has shown massage to be beneficial as an added protocol for addressing multiple health issues. More specifically, the following explores the benefits of massage relevant to the commonly experienced health challenges on a college campus:

Massage not only provides great health assisting benefits, it also provides a time to be nurtured and cared for. When we take time to care for ourselves, we are renewed to care for others in our work roles on campus. If you never had a massage, or it has been a while since having one, consider taking advantage of an amazing massage resource right here on campus!

Massage available on campus

Health Promotion and Wellness bring full body massage right on campus every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday with Licensed Massage Therapist Ada Givan. Ada has experience in Swedish, deep tissue, pregnancy, and oncology massage modalities as well as Trigger Point Therapy. Massage is open to students, employees, and retirees of the university. Cost is just $15 for 15 minutes and multiple consecutive appointments can be booked to have a longer massage. View available appointments and sign up.

Medical note:

Please check with your doctor before getting a massage if you have any pre-existing medical concerns or conditions.

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