Massage Therapy Newport Beach, CA
David Duong our massage therapist has been at the NBAC for a very long time. He continues to sharpen his skills by attending massage seminars on a regular basis. His specialties are deep tissue, therapeutic acupressure trigger points, and reflexology. David can meet the needs of an elite athlete all the way to a person that had a bad day at work.
To make an appointment please call 714-277 0861
What is a massage?
A massage in Newport Beach is the rubbing and manipulation of skin and soft tissue. Massages are given using fingers, hands, forearms, and elbows. Massages are wonderful for relieving stress and tension in the body.
What is the purpose of a massage?
The purpose of a massage in Newport Beach is to relax the body, improve blood flow, improve lymph fluid, and enhance tissue healing. Massages can be very beneficial to your body. There is nothing like a massage after a long hard day at the gym.
What is massage therapy?
Massage therapy in Newport Beach is used to relieve stress and relax the body. If you are a person with constant high stress, and you tend to tense your body throughout the day, massage therapy could be very beneficial to you.
Why is massage therapy good for you?
Massage therapy in Newport Beach is good for your body. Massages help improve your blood flow and your lymph fluids that run through your body. Massages also help relieve tension in your body. Overall your body will feel refreshed and relaxed.
What does a massage therapist do?
A massage therapist in Newport Beach specializes in manipulating soft tissue to relieve stress and pain, improve circulation of blood and lymph fluids, and to help heal injuries. If you have never had a massage before, we recommend coming in and trying it out.
What skills are needed to be a massage therapist?
There are a few skills that are needed to be a massage therapist in Newport Beach. One major skill is physical strength and endurance. A massage therapist uses their hands to massage tissue for an hour or so at a time. Massages have to be consistent to be effective.