When to use Spinal Massage Therapy?
Spinal Massage Therapy (back, nape and neck massage) is an ideal remedy for muscle stiffness caused by stress or a sedentary lifestyle. Its objective is to treat disorders by working on body tissues with pressure. This has both direct and indirect impact on the whole body. It reduces muscle tension, while relieving pain and relaxing at the same time, advances muscle regeneration, and increases their elasticity. It has a beneficial effect on the circulatory system, skin and joints. It preserves the balance of the nervous system by either soothing or stimulating it, depending on the intensity of techniques applied. Techniques used in massage therapy are tailor-made, i.e. fitted to the severity of one’s condition and individual response to massage treatment. In order to normalize muscle tension, our therapists combine Classic Massage, deep tissue, or trigger point therapy techniques. A single session of Spinal Massage Therapy is enough to bring relief. However, for the best effect and long-term pain reduction, you should attend several or a dozen or so sessions. Every consecutive session is to increase tissue relaxation, but above all, to reinforce the changes and effects.
What are the benefits of Spinal Massage Therapy?
Sports Massage is an integral part of training. It is based on classic massage and massage therapy techniques. It is intended for both professionals and amateurs. The main purpose of Sports Massage is to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of muscles, to prevent injuries, combat increased stress/physical loading, and shorten muscle recovery time after physical exercise. All massage techniques are applied with high intensity, which is to warm up the tissues and muscles. The type of Sports Massage depends on sports you practice and it is fitted to individual needs.
Lymphatic drainage – a special massage which encourages blood circulation and lymph flow and clears the lymph nodes. Thanks to the application of suitable techniques, LD removes swelling and toxic deposits from tissues and streamlines water and mineral salt transport in the body. It provides excellent effects in combating cellulite, promotes weight loss and enhances metabolism. This massage has a beneficial impact in the skin – it cleanses and rejuvenates the skin, reduces dryness, and – if used regularly – it leaves it firm and elastic for long. Lymphatic drainage removes metabolic wastes, prevents peripheral circulatory failure, reduces inflammatory and dermal swelling and fluid retention. It helps to eliminate the “heavy legs” sensation and, thanks to blood flow improvements, the “cold feet” effect.