Do you listen to music throughout the day, or at certain routine intervals, such as the ride to work? Do you choose your music based on your current mood, or the mood you’d prefer to switch to, or a bit of both? Do you seek out musical performances, and if so, which ones?
Most people are affected by music, be it the type of music, the tempo, the volume, or all three – music influences our moods. Studies even extend to music’s effects on overall happiness, spatial abilities, pain relief, and shopping behavior, among others. People also associate music with stress relief, whether exercising, or winding down with a glass of red.
Apropos, massages are often performed to music. Usually it is classical music, or smooth, lyric-less tunes, or a meditative, ongoing rhythm with Caribbean ocean waves or Amazon rainforest sounds webbing in and out. For massages, either Mozart or mother nature work wonders, since these musical genre are used to enhance the effect of a massage’s relaxation.
Music played during a massage can increase the effect of energizing your body and spirit. In fact, by adding music during the massage, the possibilities of a massage’s effects are multiplied. At Sky Sea and Spa, we choose music which specifically relaxes people, and we pipe it into each spa room. And in any case, the massage therapist will unite the flow of your body’s energy along with the music’s energy, literally in concert.