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“The real purpose of giving a massage is to foster more depth of feeling for one another in order to bring out the love that often lies buried beneath the pain of everyday suffering.”
Most of us live very fast-paced lives. We wake up, we hurry to get ready for work, then we go to work, and rush home to make dinner, and have a few last minutes of relaxation before falling fast asleep.
We all find ways to relax. For some of us, it’s curling up with a good book. For others, it’s going on a hike to be enveloped in nature. And for the rest of us, it’s scheduling a one hour massage.
With this, however, scheduling a massage outside of your home involves blocking out enough time to drive to the massage, receive the treatment, and then drive home— back stiff and rubbery, relaxed arms suddenly having to do the work of turning the dang wheel.
But what if we told you it’s possible to have a massage… in the comfort of your own home? Adam Nicodemus, who went to the York campus of the Baltimore School of Massage and has been a practicing licensed massage therapist for five years, will come to you. He’ll even provide relaxing music for you during your treatment.
Imagine the most comfortable room in your home. Now imagine not only relaxing in that room, but getting a one-hour massage, too.
“Some people are ready in their pajamas and take a nap right afterwards,” Adam explains.
Here are some of the perks of getting a massage in your own home.
- You have the freedom to work around your own personal schedule.
- Sometimes getting behind the wheel right after a relaxing massage ruins the entire vibe of relaxation.
- The massage at home can be more affordable to the client because there is no overhead.
- You don’t have to drive anywhere. You can work with a broader range of time since you don’t have to travel to and from your appointment.
If you feel like in-home massage is right for you, contact Adam Nicodemus to book your appointment!
Licensed Massage Therapist