All you have to do is say the word “massage” and I feel myself start to melt. In a good way, of course. Not in a “witch who just got a bucket of water thrown on her” sort of way.
I’ve always enjoyed massages but in recent months they have become more of a necessity. They are true therapy for my current health condition that involves neck, vestibular and sensory processing issues. So much so that insurance even recognizes the need and covers part of the cost.
I’m thankful for the delicious tea I get to sip while I wait for my appointment.
I’m thankful for the compassion and encouragement of the massage therapist.
I’m thankful for the therapeutic touch that releases some of the tension my body carries from its constant state of dizziness and disequilibrium.
So today I’m thankful for massage and for the positive experience it brings to my life.