Work or studying can be a real pain in the neck -- literally! Frequent, annoying pain between your shoulder blades and spine, and a persistent feeling of tension everywhere in your upper body... sound familiar? This pain often is accompanied by a nagging headache that radiates from the neck/base of the skull. It is believed that the majority of headaches experienced in the United States are tension headaches. Tension headaches are primarily caused by contracted neck and scalp muscles.
How do you know if that's the kind of headache you experience?
Here are some tell-tale signs:
Unfortunately, many people suffer from these headaches chronically (two or more times a week for a period of weeks or months).
Good news -- we have designed a specific massage to address the cause of tension headaches and upper body discomfort, as well as relieve it.
The Headache Massage is a 90-minute session, in which we will: