On activities on recovering

Increases the production of energy. Massage help to increase the biosynthesis of mitochondria; this increases the production of the ATP energy required for protein synthesis and repair of injury and the increases muscle glucose uptake, protein synthesis and muscle growth.

Enhances blood circulation thus increasing the amount of oxygen and nutrients available to the muscles.

Increase oxygen and nutrients reduces muscle fatigue and post-exercise soreness.

Accelerates healing, faster recovery.

Relieves the tightness and restrictions in the muscles. Because massage has a warming and relaxing effect on muscle tissue it is able to stretch better and become more flexible.

Promotes rapid disposal of waste products, further reducing muscle fatigue and soreness.

Recovers from the fatigues muscle.

Reduces possible soreness, increasing the healing rate and tissue repair.

Fosters faster healing of strained muscles and sprained ligaments; reduces pain and swelling; reduces formation of excessive scar tissue.