Even Keel Spa

The Link Between Stress Control and Yoga

 
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Annapolis, MD -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/26/2012 -- Just living in today’s world is enough to create stress in anyone. An Annapolis Day Spa has some ideas on how to beat stress and feel good about it.

A link between stress reduction and massage has been studied and found valid, according to report from the prestigious Mayo Clinic. An article at MayoClinc.com titled “Massage: Get in touch with its many health benefits” discusses how a massage can help relieve stress and other problems.

“A lot of people find a massage will take knots and tensions out of muscles which is a major relief right there. Add to that the relaxed atmosphere and knowing that someone else is taking control for just a little while, well, that will beat stress,” said Steven Gordon, a representative of Blulo the company which handles EvenKeepSpa.com’s public relations. “People come away from a massage session relaxed and calm and that’s what stress reduction is all about.” Many studies also show a regular exercise regimen can also help control stress.

“Virtually any form of exercise, from aerobics to yoga, can act as a stress reliever. If you're not an athlete or even if you're downright out of shape, you can still make a little exercise go a long way toward stress management,” states another report from the Mayo Clinic. Even Keel offers private yoga programs which can be combined with any exercise program to boost the stress-relieving functions. In addition to massage and yoga, the Annapolis spa Even Keel offers facial treatments, waxing and skin care programs, all designed to help a person feel better about themselves. “That’s a major step toward stress reduction,” Mr. Gordon said. “When a person is happy and looking good, then they are less likely to suffer ill effects of stress. While stress reduction is not the chief aim of Even Keel’s various services, it’s certainly an important part of what they do.” For more information to book an appointment online visit evenkeelspa.com or call 410-990-0111. At the website, please vote for Even Keel in the “What’s Up Annapolis: Best of Annapolis 2012” contest.