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Nature’s Whisper Massage in Kaysville, UT

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Nature’s Whisper Massage offers therapeutic massages designed to reduce tension, alleviate pain, improve range of motion and promote overall well being. Our professional massage therapists use the latest techniques to meet each client’s specific needs. We are dedicated to expanding our knowledge of the massage industry in order to provide our clients with the best service possible. Our continued education allows us to better help our clients heal and improve their quality of life.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a knot?

A knot is a build up of lactic acid in the muscle. When the muscle is fatigued, due to overuse or stress, injured, or compromised, it becomes incapable of passing the lactic acid through the muscle and into the bloodstream where it is taken out of the body. Instead, it gets stuck in the muscle and forms a sort of knot.

How long until everything is fixed?

Each person is different. Your body accepts and processes a massage at a unique pace. There is no accurate way to measure out the time it takes until your body is better. The most important thing to keep in mind is to remain consistent. The muscles become accustomed to being tight and used the wrong way, and they take time to adjust to the proper changes that a massage brings.

What more can I do to speed up the process?

Coming in regularly will create a long-term change in the muscles through the process of a treatment plan and remembering to drink water, which will flush out the muscles. Implement lemon into your water, and Epson salt into your bath, which are both good for detox. We also suggest stretching. Your massage therapist will give you specific stretches to help your needs.

Why does my massage therapist tell me to drink water before and after the massage?

Water hydrates your muscles, making it easier to massage. Water also helps your body recover by flushing out toxins that are removed during the massage.

Will doing a longer massage help me get better faster?

It depends on the body. More time during the massage allows your therapist to address more of the tension in the muscles, but the body still needs time to recover and process the massage. Your massage therapist has to work through each of the layers, as well as each of the compensating muscles, so a long term change in your body will take time and patience.

What is lactic acid?

Lactic acid is a substance that is naturally made by the body that helps to lubricate your joints and muscle through movement, preventing injury. The more active you are, the more your body produces.

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