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Ever heard the term 'carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders?' Well, we have, and sometimes we feel like we're really living it. If you're like us and have shoulders that ache (almost always), maybe it's time we book in for our next shoulder massage? When you can't be bothered doing the whole body thing, check-in for a booking in Kingsgrove instead. It might just make the difference to a better sleep and a happier day.
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Shoulder massages tend to be 60 minutes on average.
You know those little niggle knots in your muscles? Those are also called trigger points, and this therapy aims to send them (and the pain and stiffness that can come with them) on their way.
Since they're typically quite quick affairs, if you can squeeze in one or two a month, that's great.
It can be uncomfortable as those knots get seen to, but it shouldn't really hurt. Speak up if you're in pain.
Shoulder massages cost $65 on average.
Go on, touch the tops of your shoulders. There's every chance they feel like concrete (ours do) and could use a massage. It doesn't matter what industry you're in, the stress and tension of everyday life can tend to congregate in the shoulder region.