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The Most Popular Massages Explained

Many people like a good massage, but there are so many different kinds of them that most of us have trouble choosing. A short resume of the most popular ones: Swedish massage This is the most widespread type of massage. Long, soft movements are combined with soft kneading and circular movements on the skin. It is given on the skin and massage oil is being used. This form of massage is very soft and relaxing, a perfect introduction to massage. Aroma massage Also known as aroma therapy. In order to reduce stress, the therapist performs a Swedish massage but adds essential oils to the massage oil. These essential oils have a healing power. Once your body is accustomed to the heat of he stones, the therapist will slide the stones over your body. This kind soft form of massage will rebalance the energy in your body and is perfect for tensed or stressed people. Californian massage This is probably the softest massage of them all. It is an extremely light and soft oil massage where long, soft strokes are combined with some kneading. This massage is very relaxing and awakens all the senses. Shiatsu This Japanese massage technique uses the fingers to put pressure on certain acupressure points on the meridians (=energy flows in our body). This massage is relaxing, but strong, although there is no pain afterwards. Thai massage This massage also uses the energy flows in the body. This happens through soft pressure on specific points and through stretching. The therapist will twist and turn your body in all directions, it's actually a passive kind of yoga. Although this massage reduces stress and increases flexibility, you will feel more energized than relaxed afterwards. Foot reflexology Foot reflexology focuses on the feet, but it's much more than an ordinary foot massage. The massage therapist will apply pressure on certain points of the feet that are related to certain organs or other parts of the body. This is a very relaxing form of massage and is perfect for people who have to stand up a lot or have tired feet. For more info please visit our site http://www.tmclife.net/

The Most Popular Massages Explained  

Therapeutix Wellness Center

The Most Popular Massages Explained  

Therapeutix Wellness Center

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