"Everything has a place and everything in its place." Muscles are definitely a source of pain and yet are simple, very simple, organs. They do one thing: contract when triggered by a nerve.
So, you say, "I have a lot of muscle tension, spasms, and soreness, and massage helps, but I need it--or want it--all the time." Well, the honest answer is that it's not the muscle itself. The muscle is responding to other factors such as poor chemical support (nutrition), increased nerve stimulation, poor vascular input, or even scar tissues.
So, where am I going with this? Well, if your're looking for more relief and better results, you need to look at the cause of your muscle spasms and soreness.
It could be a twisted ankle; it's many times a pelvis out-of-alignment, both of which negatively affect your balance. It frequently is due to a lack of proper nutrients in your system, which are necessary to maintain relaxation, rest, and comfort.
The typical person wanting massage has many other indicators hinting at their real health care needs: poor sleep, headaches, poor digestion, pain and numbness in the legs and arms, and anxiety. Massage becomes a temporary "aspirin effect." So, your approach for relief and better health should be, in this order of priority: skeletal analysis, chemical and nutritional evaluation, and then massage. You need to look for--and address--the source of your muscular issues (the cause), and then enjoy the benefits.