Of course it's nice to offer a glass of water after a massage treatment, and some people do feel thirsty, but what about the often claimed "Toxins" that supposedly build up? Why is this crazy myth so persistent in the massage world?
How many massage therapists are still out there telling their clients that massage gets rid of toxins in the body? On any given day on Facebook, I see about half dozen people at least making that claim … Would you maaahnd [sic] sharing with us exactly how that happens?
— Laura Allen, Massage Therapist