If you’re an expecting mom: biweekly
When you’re pregnant, you likely gain weight, so a lot of that stress is on your large joints—on your hips and your knees—and lower back.
If you suffer from insomnia: weekly
According For any of you involuntary night owls out there, this weekly ritual might help you fall and stay asleep.
If you sit at a desk for 40+ hours per week: biweekly or monthly
For 9-to-5ers, committing to a massage schedule gives you a reason to lengthen the appendages you spend all day scrunching up.
If you’re working with an injury: weekly or biweekly
Sidelined with a yoga, spin, or running-related injury?
We recommends starting out by seeing your therapist on a weekly basis.
If you suffer from chronic pain: weekly or biweekly
If you’re dealing with ongoing discomfort caused by depression, IBS, or another condition, it’s especially important to keep an ongoing dialogue with your masseuse.
If you’re a workout warrior: weekly
Reap major recovery rewards from sports massage, deep stretching, and deep tissue options that will loosen tight muscle bundles.
If you’re under major stress: weekly
Stress is the nemesis of a good night’s sleep, your gut health, and much more, it’s even been linked to autoimmune diseases.