Although therapeutic is defined as the adjective term of ‘healing of a disease’ it is not only reserved for prescribed drugs and hospital treatments, but involves activities which generally helps to restore your health or rejuvenate how you feel. It often is relaxing but don’t be fooled that it is just any sort of a relaxing treatment.
It involves a combination of techniques applied from Relaxation Massage and Remedial Massage tailored to clients who have serious muscular issues that need addressing but addressing it without the need of feeling that they have been through an intense workout with the practitioner. The technique is an involved understanding of each client’s physique, their character, their general lifestyle and how to select the massage techniques and apply them necessary to areas which will benefit them the most, whilst at the same time maintaining that these are discerning clients who prefer, not to be spiritually disturbed by #dynamic, #tensed-buttock, #hold-your-breath’ manipulations. The treatment objective can clearly vary between clients from wanting to loosen tight muscles, improve muscle tone and to enhance flexibility, just without adding to the general stress that is already felt.
The complete marriage of adopting techniques from two complimenting methods allows for circulation to be improved by encouraging oxygen and nutrients to be delivered to cells of muscles, whilst at the same time eliminating toxin build up responsible for un-sightful swelling to common areas of the body such as with arthritis.
The integrated approach kindles a relaxation response, which is probably good enough for those with high blood pressure, an anxious breathing rate, and a ‘down-er’ immune system. All because these combined techniques have ignited the body’s opiate receptor’s, ultimately leaving you with an analgesic effect. If muscles are known to have a memory, do they remember feeling?!
It decreases the physical effects of stress as it releases endorphins that help to uplift and reduce depression. Which may imply that it can be helpful for a wide range of conditions.
It can relax muscle tissue, which may lead to decreased joint and nerve compression, increased joint and muscle range of motion. This results in less pain and improved function.
Therapeutic massage benefits the following conditions:
High Blood Pressure
Helps to break a general “pain spasm” cycle whilst reducing associated muscle tightness.
- Ideal for a specific location of major concern
- For one or more areas of concern which requires an intense session
- For full body treatment or for more than one specific area which requires an intense session
- Intense full body session
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