Classical massage is a massage form widely used throughout the world. The classic massage is done with different strokes, knots and frets to loosen the tissue and increase blood circulation. In most cases it is very relaxing and is usually used for well-being.
Massage therapy and muscle therapy have their basic techniques of classical massage, but with several techniques that help reduce muscle tension. Other techniques such as pressure grips are used to expel trigger points and muscle nodules that lead to discomfort, pain and disability in everyday life. A muscle therapist will also be able to use other aids in his treatment such as acupuncture, safe wave, cupping or the like.
This will massage do for you!
- Solves muscle and connective tissue tension. An important part of the treatment is also the stretching and stretching of the muscles.
- Increases circulation and oxygen supply to muscle cells
- Triggers relaxing hormones. The relaxing effect increases with regular massage.
- Stimulates the immune system
When to Take Massage?
- When the body feels stiff and muscles and joints work
- In case of headaches and pain in the neck and shoulders
- In case of poor circulation
- When you need relaxation and relaxation from a hectic everyday life
- Get massage regularly to stay healthy. Massage seems preventative. Keep the symptoms away!
- When you want to be "tied up"
- Holiday start and before holidays. A house mortar!
Techniques and methods in classic massage
- Body reading, function testing, palpation
- Common, classic grips such as ironing, kneading, friction, chopping and scissors
- Trigger point therapy
- PNF-Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
- Strain Counterstrain (Positional Release) - relaxation of muscles at placement in painless rent. Often used for kink.
- Revolving-goes layer by layer in depth
- Schweitzer's Deep Tissue Therapy really deep and powerful massage