Book Appointment online by clicking on blue LINK
or call: (908) 272-1314
The cutest Spa in New Jersey with real Licensed Massage Therapists
We have quick and simple
A nice and relaxing
Foot Massage Spa
and Total relaxation non-medical
full body massage called Bodywork
Have you been to downtown Cranford ?
It is so quaint and all the little shops are in a row. We are between a very good Chinese restaurant on one side and a barbershop and nail spa on the other.
So you can visit each place, just get massage before eating.
Get a time and hurry on over.
We will be ready for you.
We provide a range of treatments including:-full body massage
60 min $50 Full Body Massage
60 min $60 Hot Stone + Full Body Massage
60 min $80-Chair Massage
15-20 min $15-$20 ($1/min)-Foot Bath and Reflexology
40 min $40-Prenatal Massage
60 min $50-Cupping Pain Relief
$25-Facial and scalp massage
$8 (plus)You can add enhanced treatments such as herb treatments, and magnetic light treatment.(we also customize services for different personal requests)
Natural Therapy of Cranford Phone number is (908) 272-1314
If you say to yourself "I wonder what is the best massage near me and what massage places near me are reasonable and not too expensive".
If you are looking for a good massage spa, local to you.
Not looking for the rubmaps type of spa. Not a general massage parlor.
Just want to go to "massages near me" and I want my massage to be in Cranford NJ. A nice Cranford massage. A cute clean and fresh massage parlor with nice ladies who are real licensed masseuses.
Not too much to ask, correct?
Now, they call Asian massage spas or parlors, not real massage spas.
Natural Therapy of Cranford has state of New Jersey licensed massage therapists that are near me and you. As a matter of fact, I think it is the nearest massage parlor with licensed massage therapist.
If you go to massage parlors and like lady massage therapist, Natural Therapy of Cranford is your place.
Not your ordinary spa, but a natural therapy massage spa, that even has prenatal massage.
Your lady will love that.
Finally, a fabulous massage spa near me.
I can schedule a weekly session with my favorite private massage therapist near me. I want the best massage places near me so I don't waste money, get frustrated, and drive till my back hurts.
Sometimes I want facials in New Jersey. Some call them
I also like cupping & scraping
and deep tissue.
I have found all of this and more at Natural Therapy of Cranford and I can easily just book an appointment online,
That means your masseuse will not be leaving you to answer the phone, during your session. (a Big Plus)
I signed up for a weekly session and I love it. You will too.
Schedule an appointment today.
If your say you are looking for a "new massage near me", or "massage places near me", something like a high class massage parlor, a massage in Cranford NJ, look no further.
Not only are we a top class Massage spa for men, women, & couples, we are very budget friendly.
We keep our prices low because we want more people to afford a relaxation massage.
Find yourself putting on a few extra pounds during COVID?
Try exercising, but you get sore?
After exercise and shower, stop by here. We will work the Latic Acid out of your muscle groups.
Make sure you’re staying hydrated
, ideally before, during, and after strenuous exercise. Proper hydration is important when working out because it may help:
- replenish any fluids that you lose when working out
- rid your body of lactic acid
- allow nutrients to create energy
- relieve sore muscles
- prevent muscle cramps
- keep your body performing at optimal levels
Drink at least eight glasses of water a day, and increase this amount when you exercise.
While exercising regularly can help you maintain consistency, getting enough rest between workouts is important for muscle recovery. It also gives your body the chance to break down any excess lactic acid. Have at least one full day of rest per week. It’s ok to do some light exercises or movement on rest days, just keep it to a minimum.
Get in the habit of improving your breathing technique. A 1994 studyTrusted Source
found that athletes who practiced breathing exercises increased their athletic performance without increasing lactic acid levels.For a simple breathing technique, inhale slowly through your nose and exhale out through your mouth. You may wish to retain your breath for a few seconds after each inhalation, but do this only if it feels comfortable. You can also try one of these simple breathing exercises
to get in the habit of breath awareness while increasing your lung capacity.
Practice these breathing techniques while you’re working out and throughout the day. This may help to deliver more oxygen to your muscles, slowing down the production of lactic acid and helping to release any buildup.
Take time to warm up and stretch
your muscles before and after your workout. Doing a few light stretches in the morning and evening can also help. Even if it’s only for a few minutes at a time, your muscles will thank you.
Stretching can help to stimulate circulation, increase flexibility, and relieve tension. This helps bring more oxygen to your muscles, which can reduce lactic acid production and rid your muscles of any accumulation of lactic acid.
Increasing your magnesium intake may help to prevent and relieve muscle soreness and spasms that may accompany lactic buildup. It can also help optimize energy production so that your muscles get enough oxygen while you’re exercising.
Foods rich in magnesium
include nuts, legumes, and leafy greens. Taking a magnesium flake or Epsom salt bath
is another way to absorb magnesium. It can also help to promote relaxation, boost energy levels, and relieve soreness, especially if you do it on a regular basis.
Adding a glass of orange juice to your pre-workout routine may be beneficial in reducing lactate levels and improving your athletic performance.
Don’t overdo it when you start a new exercise routine
or add changes to your existing one. Gradually increase the intensity and duration of your exercise program over a period of time. This allows your body time to get used to the workouts as you gain strength and endurance.
Training your body to work at higher intensities helps to maintain proper levels of lactic acid, but it’s something that takes time to develop.
Be consistent in your approach and patient as you await results. Eventually, your body will be able to handle more strenuous exercise with more energy and less discomfort by raising your lactate threshold.
Book an online appointment now.