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4 Reasons Getting A Massage Can Better Your Smoky Mountain Vacation

By Mal Alder on April 29, 2014 in Sevierville bed and breakfast
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Head massageCongratulations, you have officially arrived in the Smoky Mountains, and it’s time for the vacation to begin! What are you going to do first? Are you going to grab a bite to eat at your favorite area restaurant, do a little shopping, or go for a scenic drive? Have you ever considered adding a massage to that list? What if we were to tell you that getting a massage is a sure way to improve your Smoky Mountain vacation experience?

1. Relaxing

The whole purpose of taking a vacation is to spend some time relaxing with the people or person you love. In addition, one of the main purposes of getting a massage is to relax. Therefore, getting a massage is the best way to kick off a relaxing Smoky Mountain vacation.

2. Reduces Stress

In addition to being relaxing, vacations are also about letting go of the stress from day-to-day life. What better way to relieve that stress than by spending an hour or so in a rejuvenating massage in the heart of the Smoky Mountains?

3. Relieve Pain

Do you have a slight twinge in your neck or back from sitting in a car for too long? A massage is a great way to relieve any aches and pains that might take you away from enjoying your Smoky Mountain vacation.

4. Strengthens Immune System

No matter what time of year it is, there is always some pesky flu or virus floating around that can make you sick. However, getting a massage, people who get a massage are more likely to avoid these seasonal illnesses. The reason behind this is that massages reduces stress which then improves your immune system.

At Blue Mountain Mist Bed and Breakfast in Sevierville we are very fortunate to have our very own massage spa on our property to help guests relax. To add a massage to your next Smoky Mountain vacation, give us a call at (877) 607-5763.

About the Author

Mal AlderView all posts by Mal Alder
Mal Alder is a graduate of the University of Tennessee where she studied Creative Writing with a minor in Journalism and Electronic Media. Beyond writing, her interests include politics, new technology and anything involving the Smoky Mountains. When she's not at work she can be found at the dog park, a bookstore or a golf course, depending on the weather.

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