Swedish Massage

SAR 402.50

Swedish massage is based on anatomy and physiology. In all Swedish massage, the therapist lubricates the skin with massage oil and performs various massage techniques. These movements warm up the muscle tissue, releasing tension and gradually breaking up muscle "knots" or adhered tissues, called adhesions. Swedish massage promotes relaxation, among other health benefits. The most basic Swedish massage technique is a smooth, gliding stroke called effleurage. Massages usually begin and end with superficial effleurage, which is light, slow and soothing. It accustoms the body to being touched. Deep effleurage uses more pressure, stretching and broadening the muscle tissue and fascia. It's a good massage technique for warming up the muscles for even deeper work. The therapist uses this stroke with various speed and pressure.

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