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Foot Reflexology works with reflexes and points in the feet that correspond to all parts of the body, stimulating these points help with relaxation, improved blood circulation and reduces pain.
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Did you know?
A 60 minute aromatherapy massage is about the same as 8 hours of sleep to your body
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Is Thai Massage Painful?
Applying pressure to tender muscle cell adhesions (known as “muscle knots”) can hurt, but there’s a difference between that sort of discomfort and pain thanks to excessive or inappropriate pressure and stretching.
While it’s going to be difficult to avoid some discomfort when targeting muscle knots, a professional , licensed massage therapist should be ready to adjust the massage pressure and movements in order that you are not in pain.
Thai massage is
usually described as painful, but a licensed massage therapist should use your feedback and adjust the degree of pressure and stretching.
The Potential Benefits of Thai Massage
of all kinds is usually wont to relieve stress and protect against stress-related health issues. It is also said to spice up energy and improve range of motion and adaptability . Thai massage, especially , is claimed to profit or ameliorate many various health problems.
Specifically, it may:
Relieve tension headaches1
Reduce sorts of back pain (typically subacute and chronic nonspecific back pain)2
Relieve muscle pain and spasticity as well as joint stiffness and pain3
Increase flexibility and range of motion4
Stimulate circulation and lymphatic drainage5
Calm the nervous system7
Assisted Thai Massage Stretches for Therapy
A licensed massage therapist should ask you about your health history before the massage. Thai massage might not be safe for somebody with health conditions like disk herniation, osteoporosis, recent surgery, or disorder .
If you’re considering trying Thai massage, it is a good idea to see together with your health care provider before getting treatment to debate whether it’s appropriate for you.
Pregnant women should ask their doctor first before getting a massage. If he or she says that it’s okay, invite a recommendation for a licensed massage therapist who is certified in pregnancy massage. Massage should not be done over bruises, inflamed or weak skin, unhealed or open wounds, skin rash, tumors, abdominal hernia, or recent fractures.
What to Know Before Your Appointment
You are usually asked to bring or wear loose, comfortable clothing to the massage. A typical Thai massage is hour to 2 hours long.
Some additional tips:
Don’t eat a heavy meal before a massage.
If it is your first time at the clinic or spa, reach least 10 minutes early to finish the required forms and alter . Otherwise, reach least five minutes early so you’ll have time to vary before starting the massage.
Be sure that your massage therapist has your complete health history because people with certain conditions shouldn’t have Thai massage.
If you are feeling discomfort at any time, let your massage therapist know.
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Back, Neck, Shoulder Massage
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