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Body Treatments

Massages

Massage is a therapeutic technique that involves the manipulation of soft tissues in the body, including muscles, tendons, ligaments, and connective tissue. It is commonly used to promote relaxation, relieve muscle tension, improve circulation, and enhance overall well-being. There are various types of massage techniques, each with its own specific benefits. We will list the most popular types here: Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Aromatherapy Massage, Thai Massage, Reflexology. It is important to communicate with your massage therapist about your goals, any areas of concern, and any discomfort you may experience during the session. This allows our therapists to tailor the massage to your needs and ensure a safe and effective treatment.



Frequently Asked Questions

Can massage help with my specific medical condition (pain, stress, etc.)?

Yes, massage therapy can help with various medical conditions. It can reduce pain and muscle tension, alleviate stress and anxiety, help with insomnia, and even ease headaches. Additionally, abdominal massage can support digestive health. However, it should complement, not replace, traditional medical treatment. Always consult with your healthcare provider before starting massage therapy, particularly if you have a medical condition.


Can I get a massage if I'm pregnant?

Yes, in most cases, massage can be safely received during pregnancy and is often referred to as prenatal massage. Many pregnant people find massage therapy beneficial for symptoms such as backache, joint pain, swelling, anxiety, and stress. However, certain precautions should be taken. For instance, specific massage techniques, pressure points, and oils should be avoided during pregnancy. Also, it may not be suitable for those with certain health conditions or for those in the first trimester when the risk of miscarriage is highest.


Is it normal to experience soreness after a massage?

Yes, it's fairly common to experience some soreness or tenderness after a massage, particularly if you've had a deep tissue or therapeutic massage. This is because these types of massages involve applying firm pressure and slow strokes to reach deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue, which can sometimes lead to minor inflammation. The soreness is usually temporary and should subside within a couple of days. It can be compared to the feeling after a good workout.


Are there any contraindications to massage therapy?

Certain contraindications to massage therapy include infectious skin conditions, fever, certain cardiovascular conditions, acute injuries or fractures, deep vein thrombosis, bleeding disorders, and pregnancy complications. It's important to consult with our expert therapists.

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