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Swedish Massage

Swedish massage is a standard therapeutic massage for most of the Western world. It appeared in 19th St. And its originator was Pehr Henrik Ling. It combines a variety of specific massage techniques to treat painful muscles, tension, stress and poor circulation. The most types of western massages come from Swedish massage, and most of the masseurs in the West are educated in the Swedish massage before they learned some other technique. Swedish massage is quite common, so in Europe it is known as a classic massage.

Today, Swedish massage is offered in welness centers and massage salons all over the world, and many other styles have roots in Swedish massage.

Swedish massage uses 5 basic movements to improve circulation and release toxins from the muscles. Always massaging the heart, the masseus combines these techniques into one flow massage, which makes the patient physically and mentally relaxed.

The trademark of the Swedish massage is Effleurage, long and surface movements, which may be more firm or mild depending on the purpose and the client. Many therapists start treatment with Effleurage to get to know each other more closely with the patient, and then gradually increase the squeeze for deeper and more detailed work.

The Swedish massage also includes Petrissage or scum. Petrissage is designed to release toxins from the muscles so that the therapist is lifted, separated, and worn. A gentle pressure is used to compress and relax muscles and improve circulation.

The following technique, Tapotement, includes taping the muscles with light strikes. Here the therapist uses the edges of fingers, fingers and palms, with the aim of releasing tension and cramps. Many therapists add vibration, a technique that was later added to the Swedish massage repertoire. The therapist places his hands on the treated part of the body and shakes them for a few seconds in order to release tension and stimulate circulation.

The tiniest job in the Swedish massage is frustration, where the therapist uses fingers, elbows, or dummy pads. Using circular movements, the therapist works deeply in the muscles, especially in the bone areas, to release muscular adhesions that can limit the movement.

This technique helps the client to be more flexible and also releases deeply rooted muscle tension.

For best results, it is recommended to make a series of 2-3 treatments. If you want to maintain the spirit and body in top form, then the recommendation is twice a month.

The original name of this massage therapy is a Swedish massage, but actually it is the most common partial or full (certain parts of the body) massage. When it masseur using lighter fluid shocks, rubbing and circular movements on superficial layers of muscle using massage oil or lotion. For best results, it is recommended to make a series of 2-3 treatments. If you want to keep your body and mind in top shape, then it is recommended twice a month.

In the Swedish massage movements are specific, it could be and say: "skillfully weaved knowledge of modern medicine in the traditional Eastern massage techniques", which is all together extremely effective combination for the circulation of blood and lymph.

Basically (there are many modification) consists of several techniques-movements that have French names. Effleurage make long soothing strokes that are running in the direction of the heart, which warms and relaxes body. Petrissage like movement kneading dough makes it possible to achieve deeper effects of massage. It is and mashing on the joints and bones, which helps to remove toxins in these parts of the body, which are often the cause of disease. Tapping moves like percussion, aimed at awakening a specific area body. Move thumb and fingertips says the circular pressure to help release blockages in the nerves and muscles, and oscillating movements improves the condition of muscles of small areas-the muscles on the face and along the spine.

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