Everything You Need to Know About a Swedish Massage

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What is a Swedish Massage?

If you have ever had a massage, risks are you have experienced some pattern of Swedish massage. It is the most popular massage performed today. This technique is a full-body experience that is designed to relax and refresh. The Swedish modality focuses on relaxation. It is worldly in sort, as it incorporates many different traditions to create a massage experience that is very therapeutic and relaxing.

What does it include?

The four common apoplexies of Swedish massage are 😛 TAGEND

Effleurage – smooth, slithering strokes

Petrissage – squeezing, reeling or kneading

Friction – deep, circular movements

Tapotement – short-lived, altering tap

What are the benefits?

Swedish massage relieves muscle pressure, increases blood flow and breaks down scar tissue. If you are experiencing chronic ache, this type of massage can be an effective way to manage that agony in a natural path. Swedish massage, as well as any rub, is a great way to improve your health, both mentally and physically.

T enhance your massage time, you can add any of our specialty assistances. Choose from any of our premium services for increased relaxation 😛 TAGEND

Herbal ritual – hemp-infused oil that delivers a deeper degree of relaxation

Aromaritual therapy – designed to align your organization and thought through the use of indispensable oils

Himalayan Salt Stone – 100% unadulterated Himalayan pink salt, rich in 84 quite natural minerals that grow your appreciation of tranquility

Integrative reflexology – a modality designed to ease muscular friction and improve circulation through the use of reflexology

Hot stone – an ancient Chinese procedure that alleviates, relaxes and de-stresses your body

Cupping – a traditional rehearsal that exploits the technologies of negative pressure

How do I book one?

Ready to book your Swedish massage? Visit our Swedish Massage page for more information and click here to book your massage today!

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