Asian Happy Massage

 

Asian Happy Massage is a Outcall massage service in Las Vegas and Henderson, Nevada , our highly trained beautify girl travel to your hotel room or home to perform the most relaxing luxurious massage, massage that fulfill your needs and desire, our magical touch will have you ready to take on the roof of the world! We always dance with your melody, we will let you feel at home and heaven!
Asian happy massage services is a friendly caring service to reduce your anxiety, tension, stress and muscle pain, restore body energy and refresh your mind. We guarantee we can exceed your expectations.

 

 

Our Massage Girls

 

Let us pamper your body with exquisite skill, Welcome to enjoy a professional Asian happy massage to relax, soothe and rejuvenate in the most pleasant tranquil and peaceful surrounding
Please call or text to make an appointment ,our beautiful girl will be at your hotel room in as little as 30 minutes or less. We go directly to you with beautiful smile and love.

All of our massage girls are hand-picked to be both beautiful and understand how to give you the relaxation and pleasure you desire. Click the images below to see more of the girls you can choose from.

****************Massage Therapy*****************
The benefits of massages are vast. While it won’t take the anxiety away, it can certainly relieve the physical symptoms it causes. Cortisol levels in the body are increased as a response to stress. It’s a hormone that is produced by the adrenal glands that control the fight-or-flight response. When your body has higher than normal levels for extended periods, then this hormone can cause muscle aches, headaches, fatigue, sleep disturbances, and many other problems.Toxins and waste build up in the muscles as a response to these high hormone levels. A massage helps to break these impurities down and release them from the body. Have you ever noticed an intense headache after a hard day at work? The body is responding to stress by pumping more cortisol. It’s also considered a conversion reaction as the body is transferring stress into a physical symptom.When you are being massaged, it’s working out all the tension and angst that you feel. While it won’t take away the anxiety, it can help to alleviate the chronic pains from having cortisol levels that are above the normal range. From the neck to the feet, your body is unable to process long periods of stress without reacting. There are even links to high levels of cortisol, causing cancer as it’s such a malignant condition in the body. According to Transformations Treatment Center, many anxiety disorders put the person at risk for other issues, including substance abuse disorders. Many treatment centers are aware of the connection between mental health problems and addiction.

The Power of Controlled Breathing
Massage and weighted blankets are two good options to help reduce the effects of anxiety, but another easy method to help combat things is controlled breathing. If you’re having a panic attack, learning how to do controlled breathing can be a powerful tool. You can also reduce your heart rate and even your core temperature through meditation, according to a Harvard study. It’s all about learning how to use cleansing breaths.

Controlled breathing is an Eastern spiritual tradition that has become popular in the Western hemisphere. Some people don’t understand the power that breathing has over the body. Once you master the art of controlling your breaths, then you can learn how to combat anxiety and stress immediately. It’s an art that must be practiced daily. Many testimonials show how people are lowering blood pressure, improving anxiety and depression, and living better lives because they learn to control their breathing. It’s another holistic way to control the effects of stress.

Anxiety often runs together with depression and other mental health disturbances. Thankfully, some options don’t involve medications with side effects and dangerous treatment regimens. You can overcome your anxiety through the help of qualified professionals and holistic treatments. You don’t have to suffer from this very treatable condition. You have the power to take control of your body and mind.

If you’re suffering from anxiety, the zero gravity massage chair may be able to provide you with some relief. Try one at our location in Town Square!

****************Massage Benefits That Have a Serious Impact on Day-to-Day Life**********************
Everyone can probably agree that going for a massage every so often is a great way to relax. But there are benefits to getting a massage that go beyond just relaxation — they can help in your everyday life.

Reducing Stress
One of the biggest benefits of massage is its effect on stress reduction. Prolonged stress can have a variety of negative effects on our health, as it keeps the body in a state of fight or flight, or at least on high alert through constantly feeding our system with adrenaline. Over long periods of time though, this chronic stress can cause high blood pressure, sleep issues, and even depression. One of the main focuses of massage is to force the body to relax, relaxing the muscles and slowing the breathing and heart rate. This forcibly counteracts the sympathetic nervous system’s response to stress, calming the body overall and reducing stress in the process.

Improving the Quality of Your Sleep
There are many things that can negatively impact a person’s quality of sleep, though two of the biggest factors are stress as well as stiff muscles. Massage helps relieve and loosen these tightened muscles causing them to relax, relieving tightness, discomfort, and even alleviating pain caused by muscle cramping and knotting. This will allow for a more sound sleep, which can have a positive effect on various neurological functions such as problem-solving, critical thinking, and memory. Your quality of sleep can increase your risk of developing Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative conditions.

Joints and Flexibility
Since massages focus on working on releasing tight muscles and relieving cramping and other muscular issues, massage is a great way to relieve chronic pain related to muscular issues. If you are prone to tight muscles, or suffered a minor injury, having a massage can alleviate some of the pain caused by muscle exertion and cramping of the muscles around the injury site that the body instinctively does to protect the damaged tissue. While getting a massage immediately after a muscle tear or pulled ligament might not be the best idea, it certainly helps relieve the tension and tightness caused by exercises performed during routine recovery.

There are far more benefits to massage than just those listed here, but getting a massage clearly does far more than giving you a nice relaxing time at the spa.

*******************Massage for Circulation*********************
For people with severe mobility issues, such as a high spinal injury that limits the use of their arms, massage for circulation health is critical. Too much time spent sitting up or in one position can lead to chronic and debilitating conditions, such as pressure sores. Pressure sores are breaks in the skin that develop over time and can ulcerate. Once ulcers develop due to poor circulation, pressure ulcers can become very hard to treat, acting as a gateway to dangerous infections. A proper and thorough massage can reduce the risk of these injuries by increasing blood flow to the skin on a regular basis.

Receiving massage on a regular basis can be a bright spot in your routine as well as provide a number of health benefits. Book a massage with us today to start experiencing the difference!

***3 Ways You Might Be Exacerbating Your Anxiety***
Anyone who struggles with anxiety knows how difficult it can be to maintain a sense of peace and well-being when pressures mount. The stress caused by anxiety can build until it’s almost unbearable, resulting in panic attacks and other physical symptoms.

As hard as it is to believe, anxiety can serve a purpose. It keeps us alert to danger in a threatening environment. It becomes a problem when those feelings of worry and dread arise for no apparent reason or when they interfere with your daily life.

Prevention and daily management are vital parts of living with and recovering from anxiety. In addition to medication and counseling, stress-reducing activities such as yoga and massage therapy can help you feel better. There’s more to it than engaging in good habits. You may also need to cut out some bad habits so you can improve your emotional and mental state.

Overindulging in Alcohol, Caffeine, and Simple Carbs
It may be tempting to try to perk yourself up at work with an energy drink or a latte in the hopes that you’ll be more productive. The truth is that the sugar and caffeine in these beverages can trigger anxiety. Sipping too much wine to relax can also backfire.

Both alcohol and overly sugary foods can undermine your efforts to stay calm by causing your blood sugar to fluctuate. If you do decide to indulge, limit the amount and frequency so that you can maintain a more stable mood.

Driving During Rush Hour
For many people, driving is their most anxiety-inducing activity. This is doubly true if you’ve previously been in an accident, which is a common cause of PTSD.

Ridesharing or carpooling may be better for you if driving in heavy traffic is too nerve-racking. In some cities, taking public transportation is a good option. If you simply have to drive, you can try to find an alternate route with less traffic. The ride may take longer, but you’ll arrive happier.

Overusing Social Media
As tempting as it is to look at your phone every time you get a notification, this activity may cause problems. Social media anxiety can make us feel that we’re not measuring up, and that can affect our sense of self-worth.

Try to remember that much of what is posted on social media has been enhanced in some way to appear more impressive or attractive than it really is. It’s also helpful to follow positive accounts and to block or unfollow accounts that cause negative feelings.

Managing anxiety isn’t simple, but you make efforts to do so consistently, the result is a more balanced and enjoyable life. Not all of these methods may work for you, and it may take some trial and error to find what provides the most relief for you.

Need help with your anxiety? A massage might be just the trick!

*****If This Sounds Like You, You Need to Take a Mental Health Day*****
There are days when life just seems difficult and unmanageable for some individuals. Underlying anxiety, pent-up frustrations and built-up stress from work, kids or family obligations can boil over, leaving a person feeling fatigued, angry, depressed or just unnaturally numb. If any of these descriptions sound like you, you should consider taking a mental health day to relax, decrease stress and regroup.

You’re Always Tired Even When You Get Enough Sleep
If you wake up feeling just as tired as you did when you went to bed the night before, you could be suffering from uncontrolled stress, hidden anxiety or some other form of mental or emotional disorder. Sleep is essential to recharge the body in order to do the things needed in everyday life. Take note of these common signs of stress-related fatigue, and take time to learn how to avoid and cope with everyday stress before things get worse, and you find yourself unable to perform your normal everyday functions, like work duties and taking care of your children.

You’re Prone to Road Rage
Road rage is becoming increasingly more common among drivers. If you find yourself getting angry with others on the road, or you are prone to yelling and/or gesturing rudely at other drivers, this could be a clue that you suffer from road rage. This behavior has the potential to escalate to violence, including aggressive driving, threats and actual physical confrontation or even murder. Road rage may actually be a mental health disorder called Intermittent Explosive Disorder (IED). There is an effective treatment for this condition, and anyone showing these troubling symptoms should seek help from a mental health professional.

Your Body Aches, Your Mind Races and You Can’t Focus
Untreated and continued stress, depression, work/social pressures and frustrations often lead to adverse and sometimes debilitating physical symptoms. People might begin to notice body aches, stomach upsets, headaches, an inability to focus or racing thoughts at night that prevent them from falling or staying asleep. This can lead to missed days at work, social avoidance and feeling overwhelmed, and relationships might begin to deteriorate.

There are effective things people can do to destress that include getting a relaxing massage, spending time with friends, taking a walk with a pet, taking a break from social media or even taking a much-needed mental health day off from work. Taking time for yourself every now and then can work wonders.

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Types Of Massage We Offer

 

 

We offer several special types of massage that are designed to relax specific parts of your body, as well as your mind. All our massages are performed in your hotel room or home by our beautiful and sexy massage girls who are trained to give you what you want.

 

Nuru Massage

A sexy body to body massage.

Sensual Massage

So sexy massage

Happy Release

The happiest massage

Therapeutic Massage

The healing massage

Couples Massage

Sexy massage for couples

Erotic Massage

The massage of your dreams

Types Of Massage We Offer

We offer several special types of massage that are designed to relax specific parts of your body, as well as your mind. All our massages are performed in your hotel room or home by our beautiful and professional massage girls who are trained to give you what you want.

 

How much does a best quality of hotel room massage cost in Las Vegas?
This usually costs anywhere from $150-$300 per hour in the US. The average massage prices in Las Vegas will vary from place to place, from massage to massage, and even from masseuse to masseuse. Think about what is most important to you when going to get a massage. What is worth paying for?

What does a full body

massage include?
A full-body massage usually includes your arms, legs, hands and feet, your neck and back, your stomach and buttocks. The area around the breasts is usually massaged but not the breasts themselves. … Even with a full-body massage, most of you stays covered most of the time.

A full-body massage usually includes your arms, legs, hands and feet, your neck and back, your stomach and buttocks. The area around the breasts is usually massaged but not the breasts themselves. You can always say you hate having your breast area or buttocks or whatever touched.

Asian Massage
Asian massage is a type of bodywork that follows the principles of traditional Asian medicine, which usually translates to touch-based therapy with very specific purposes. This is why there are many kinds of Asian massages with different effects on the body, although they all aim to rejuvenate the body and promote some degree of physical and mental relief.

1.Different Kinds of Asian Massages
Most Asian massages employ techniques that work with the body’s energy flow or chi. Basically, the goal is to create balance within one’s inner elements so that the body is reset. This is in contrast with western massage techniques that are mostly meant more for relaxation. The other difference is that Asian massages can be performed while the person is fully clothed, as opposed to its Western counterpart that applies the techniques on the bare skin.

2. Acupressure massage
Having been developed by Chinese medicine this type of massage uses pinpoint pressure on certain parts of the body. By specifically targeting these specific parts, tensions that normally build up within these areas are released, giving the person significant relief. The acupressure massage uses the same principles as acupuncture treatment in that they target the same acupoints. However, they don’t use needles to “puncture” these spots. Instead, they apply pressure, which is where the massage got its name.

What’s interesting about this massage is that it can be done on yourself if you know how. When done properly, it can provide immediate relief for certain sickness and conditions.

3. Amma or Anma
This is a kind of therapy that is based off traditional Japanese massage techniques.

Amma uses a technique that combines application of pressure on acupoints with deep-tissue massage. This aims to cure the imbalances in one’s system, refreshing the entire body after.

4. Ayurveda Massage
The Ayurveda Massage gets its roots from India. It’s a technique that focuses on the body’s which are similar to the acupoints in Chinese medicine.  The massage, however, will focus on 107 major acupoints that are all found at the junctions where the joints, bones, arteries, tendons, flesh, and veins meet. This is also where most body pains meet.

The massage also uses oils in order to employ techniques that aim to open and cleanse energy channels that could be blocked over time. The technique also stimulates all the senses, which also contributes to the healing process.

5. Chi Nei Tsang
This is a Chinese detoxifying massage that is said to treat the emotional conditions that have been associated with diseases. It targets the body’s organs, specifically the ones affected by any illness, in order to help with healing and recovery.

Chi Nei Tsang uses old Taoist techniques where the organs are gently but deeply massaged, which results in physical, spiritual, and emotional relief. To work the internal organs. The abdomen is normally oiled up so it feels warm before it is subjected to massage strokes with the palm. Sometimes the person would feel some pain because the organs are indeed being targeted, but feels relaxed after.

6. Jin Shin Jyutsu
One way to look at Jin Shin Jyutsu is to see it as an incredibly simple version of acupressure massage. This is because it follows the same principles of accupressure, except that it only focuses on 26 points, which are few compared to the 300 points that acupressurists work with. These 26 points are called SELs, which stand for Safety Energy Locks and are located along the body’s energy pathways. Using his hands, a Jin Shin Jyutsu practitioner will hold on to a combination of these SELs and gently massage through them, allowing the client to experience the flow of energy, which can be as relaxing as it is healing.

7. Shiatsu
The word means “finger pressure” in Japanese, but the massage actually uses a wide variety of techniques such as soothing, pressing, kneading, tapping, and even stretching in order to induce relaxation of the mind and body. Although a kind of Asian massage in itself, Shiatsu further branches out into different styles, with all having some association with one of the three massage systems that originated in Japan back in the 1900s. This kind of massage is actually commonly known even in the west. Unlike other well-known treatments, however, this kind of massage does not use any oil at all, and can be done while the client is fully clothed.

8. Thai Massage
Thai massage is a full body contact massage that uses a combination of Indian Ayurvedic principles, acupressure massages, and yoga poses. It generally does not use oil and can be applied with the client fully clothed. During the massage, the therapist will be following identified lines along the body, and the client will be positioned in a way that they follow these lines. Hence, the client can expect being put into different positions on top of his fingers and extremities of the body being pulled and some knuckles being cracked. Of course, much like actual yoga, the client would feel relieved after the session, which normally lasts for up to two hours.

Asian massages have really come a long way since they were developed by ancient Asian tradition. But no matter how different they are, they all have the aim of promoting health and wellness to those who experience it. If you haven’t yet, you should make it a point to try them all out and see which one suits your needs and preferences best. Of course, don’t hesitate to ask your therapist if you want to know more about the treatment you’re looking to get so you can make the most of the experience.

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