Massage and bodywork therapies are often complex mixtures of holistic healing practices that involve physical, emotional, and spiritual components. Swedish massage is probably the most popular technique out there in the massage market. This type of massage involves soft manipulation of the muscles and body parts, applying light yet rhythmically pressured strokes.
The four most common strokes used in Swedish massage are:
- Effleurage: smooth, gliding strokes to relax soft tissue
- Petrissage: squeezing, rolling, or kneading
- Friction: deep, circular movements to increase blood flow and break down scar tissue
- Tapotement: tapping with cupped hands, fingers, or the edge of the hand
People who receive this massage technique attest to its pampering effect. Swedish massage’s goal is for the relaxation and the “feel good” sensation of the customer. Before the massage begins, your therapist will talk to you about your health and lifestyle. They will ask you to lie on a specially-designed massage table and will cover you with towels to protect your privacy and to keep you warm. They will probably use creams or oils to help them to massage your skin smoothly.
Swedish massage is one of the most popular forms of massage therapy. It can help you relax, give you more energy, and may help after an injury.
Many people use Swedish massage just to relax. It can also be used to help with physical conditions and has been shown to help relieve pain, stress and muscle tension. Sportspeople may have a Swedish massage before they compete to help them perform at their best.
Swedish massage can also be used to help people cope better with illnesses such as cancer, heart disease, stomach problems, fibromyalgia and lower back pain. If you plan to use Swedish massage for any health condition, talk to your doctor first.
30 min 60$
45 min 80$
60 min 95$
75 min 120$
90 min 150$
60 min Cupping Therapy $110
Hot Stone or Bamboo massage Addon with 60 Min service - $15 Extra.