Full Body Massage
It is a non-threatening, non-invasive and natural therapy, which is beneficial to most people of all ages. The therapist is using hands to manipulate the soft tissue of the body, particularly muscles. It can be used for relaxation, stimulation or rehabilitation of the whole body or part of it. It promotes suppleness of the muscles, improves circulation and reduces stress.
Some effects of the massage:
Stimulating: the massage encourages improved circulation, aids digestion, waste removal and neural communication, invigorates and relaxes muscles, so preventing spasm or stiffness. Also it speeds up skin desquamation and promotes cell regeneration.
Soothing: the massage uses touch to soothe and relax the body. Since around 75% of disease is thought to be caused by stress, massage, which reduces stress, may well improve health.
- Comforting: touch is natural and comforting, giving a sense of security and well-being. Massage has psychological as well as physiological benefits.