We all know that massage is an excellent therapy for treating stress, for “unknotting” tight muscles, for relieving aches and pains, for easing stiffness and for helping us to sleep, but massage is also an excellent natural therapy for treating digestive orders. This base oil is rather heavy and leaves a waxy feel on the skin. Draping or covering a client during a massage is for both the client and the therapist. She also uses the ginger water to relax the skin. During the Renaissance, the ancient knowledge of the Greeks and Romans was reintroduced to Europe, and with it came a renewed interest in massage as a medical treatment.
And promoting deeper and fuller breathing… The benefits of massage are far reaching because it affects nearly every system of the body. I remember I had a very well trained massage therapist working on me once and “he knew what was best for the client.” Yes he was trained and he knew what he was doing, but that was not what I wanted for a massage on that day.
Massaging the body helps in relieving the aching muscles and relaxing the whole body. Pain Relief: All kinds of pains and muscular aches can be eliminated through massage therapy. – Hazelnut – This oil can be used undiluted and on all skin types. Massage is a perfect elixir for good health, and also provides an integration of body and mind.
There is a bond, or a sense of energy, that you can feel and know that your therapist is connected with you. Great for high blood pressure, rheumatism, depression, anxiety, insomnia, and varicose veins. According to a pilot study conducted at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, massage therapy reduces pain and muscle spasms in patients who have undergone heart bypass surgery when patients are treated at the hospital after their surgery.
Massage is the natural reaction to a pain in any part of the body. Massage can address chronic pain on many levels, and often works well in conjunction with other supportive measures, such as acupuncture and chiropractic treatments. Swedish massage is often used as a stress management tool.