THERAPEUTIC RELAXING MASSAGE
This type of massage draws upon the Western understanding of anatomy and physiology in contrast to the energy-based approach favored in Sian form of massage. Your massage therapist will typically start with broad, sweeping strokes and then move on to targeted strokes designed to target any problem areas. Lotion or oil is used during the process.
Reflexology is a technique that involves the manipulation of certain points on the feet and hands through massage with the fingers, thumb and hand, without any oil or lotion. It is based on a system which maps the human body onto the feet and hands, so that working on these areas creates a physical effect on parts of the body related to them.
The Breuss Massage, created by the Austrian healer Rudolf Breuss, is a kind, mild massage of the spine. Breuss held the view that deteriorated inter-vertebral discs can be restored.
The Breuss Massage is a useful preventative measure for avoiding serious back issues. In conjunction with St John Wort oil, it can be used to stretch, nourish, and energize the spine while eliminating physical and energetic blockages. This practice is safe, uncomplicated, and highly effective in reinvigorating the entire body by soothing the inter-vertebral discs and relieving pressure on the spinal nerve that produces back pain.
DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE
This massage therapy concentrates on the body's soft tissues, and concentrates on particular muscle groups contingent upon the sport you play. This massage can help to increase circulation, range of motion, and flexibility; it helps to stop and treat injuries and improve athletic performance. Even if you don't do sports, sports massage may help with muscle aches or restricted range of motion.
The honey massage is a therapeutic process that boosts blood flow to the deeper tiers of the skin. During the massage, the advantageous elements from the honey are absorbed into the epidermis. Honey stimulates the regeneration of tissue during the healing process. Its anti-bacterial qualities contribute to purifying the pores, hydrating the skin, elevating the metabolism, intensifying the lymphatic system circulation and decreasing pain due to its anti-inflammatory properties. Furthermore, the massage also stretches and relaxes the muscles.
HOT STONE MASSAGE
For the hot stone massage, the therapist will place warmed, smooth stones at certain parts of the body and also hold the heated stones while giving the massage. The warmth of the stones can be calming and can help to loosen stiff muscles, thus allowing the therapist to reach areas of muscle tension more rapidly.
INDIAN HEAD MASSAGE
An ancient technique stemming from the Indian Ayurvedic healing system, the Indian Head massage has been practised for centuries.
The Indian head massage can promote the circulation of blood, lymph, and oxygen in the upper body, potentially aiding in the clearing of sinuses, decreasing stress, and encouraging better sleep. It may also reduce aches - particularly headaches -, pain, and tension in the neck, back, and shoulders, as well as improve the condition of the hair and promote hair growth. By tapping into the energy in the body, the massage therapist can assist with mental stress and bring clarity by decreasing depression and anxiety.
No disrobing is necessary for a massage as it is possible to do it through clothing with no oil. If oils are desired, Indian Head Massage can be done with sesame or olive oils which are ultra-nourishing and thought to soothe muscle pain and discomfort.
NECK & SHOULDER & BACK
This massage of the neck and shoulders is based on the Western perspective of anatomy and physiology, rather than the energy-focused approach more common in Asian massage techniques. The massage therapist typically starts with broad general strokes and then progresses to more targeted strokes to address areas of concern, using either lotion or oil.
This type of massage therapy is specifically tailored for people in their later years, considering the various factors that affect an ageing body, such as health, medical problems, and medication. Many elderly people don't get much physical contact with others, but a massage therapist can provide them with the soothing touch of a massage. Other advantages of this kind of massage include reduced stress, improved mental well-being, pain control, improved blood flow, and better sleep.
In this form of massage, the therapist will work on the body's soft tissues and concentrate on certain muscle groups depending on the sport you participate in. This kind of massage can help to boost the circulation of blood, range of movement, and suppleness; it is beneficial in avoiding and treating injuries and boosting athletic performance. Even if you are not an athlete, sports massage can be useful in relieving muscle pain or improving the limited range of motion.