Types of massage
Deep Tissue Massage
Deep Tissue Massage aims at working on the deeper layers of muscles, tendons, ligaments and connective tissues. Deep Tissue massage Techniques are aimed at pain relief and rehabilitation after injury. Alleviating a range of discomforts such as neck stiffness, whiplash, sports injuries, postural alignment, low back pains or tightness, knee pains, tight shoulders, and such.
Aromatherapy is the use of aromatic plant oils or plant essential oils in massage. These herbal essential oils can have medical properties that assist with relaxing, calming, soothing, energizing, stress-reducing, balancing, and anti-inflammatory.
Full Body Massage
A Full Body Massage is a massage of the entire body, from head to toes.
A Full Body Sensual Massage (FBSM) is an Erotic Massage usually preformed nude. The complete body, head to toes, are massaged and it can include a Body to Body Massage. The focus of a Full Body Sensual massage is on relaxation, sexual arousal, and sexual excitement.
Sports Massage is usually massaging techniques that that focus on treatments for athletes. Sports Massage tends to reduce the heart rate and blood pressure, increases blood circulation and lymphatic flow, promotes wound healing, reduces muscle tensions, improves flexibility, and alleviates general pains.
Myofascial Release Massage
The Myofascial Release Massage is to apply deep and sustained pressure into the body’s connective tissue and myofascial system with the goal to release tensions and blockages. As the fasciae form a complete interconnected web in the body, releasing tension in one fascia or parts of fasciae may affect other fasciae i.e. may relieve or correct tensions, postural imbalances, chronic conditions and unexplained pains elsewhere in the body.