The most relaxing form of massage with a wide range of health benefits for you.
Swedish massage, a traditional European massage technique, is the most common form of massage. Essential oils are used to massage muscles. This provides enhanced body fluid circulation, relieves muscle tension and alleviates pain, promoting metabolism in the body, and cleansing the body of toxins.
Anyone who is not in great physical shape or fitness level, people who are busy and are easily getting tired, and those who are using their brain and eyes regularly excessively benefit a lot from a treatment such as Swedish massage.
In the process of Swedish massage your technicians will combines sliding and kneading to improve your blood circulation and relax your muscles and ligaments. The massage therapist will use five main types of massage techniques in a Swedish massage: stroking and gliding; kneading; rubbing; tapping or pounding; vibration.
It is known for its ability to decrease the levels of stress hormones in the body. Swedish massage can help relieve tension, improve circulation and increase flexibility. It helps with pain management from chronic injuries, inflammation and headaches. Additionally, it helps to reduce symptoms such as depression and anxiety by reducing emotional issues within the body through stimulating sensory nerves.
Furthermore, Swedish massage also encourages lymphatic flow which boosts immunity. Therefore, if you want to experience improved physical and emotional health as well as address various health problems, then a Swedish massage may be just what you need.
Swedish massage is a deeply relaxing form of massage that utilizes long, gliding strokes to improve flexibility and circulation. It is typically the basis from which other forms are derived and can be adapted to different styles including deep tissue and sports massage. Unlike these types of massage which target specific areas for relief, Swedish massage focuses on providing an overall sense of relaxation as well as treating physical ailments. Moreover, whereas deep tissue and sports massages may involve vigorous pressure from the therapist’s fingers, Swedish technique generally employs light to medium pressure in order to reduce soreness.
Including: Sauna 30 mins Scrubbing 15 mins Massage 30 mins