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When researching various types of massage therapy, it is important to note that certain methods focus on just one part of the body, such as the head or back, whilst other techniques focus on the whole body. The back, arms, legs, feet, hands, neck and shoulders are targeted during a full body massage. A variety of different techniques including kneading, stretching, wringing, rocking movements and application of pressure to pressure points may be used during a full body massage.
Depth of pressure is customized to each client's specific needs. It is a very relaxing and therapeutic style of bodywork. People's responses to therapeutic bodywork vary greatly. It is not uncommon for people to fall asleep while receiving a treatment, or to enter a state of deep relaxation. Most methods tend to focus on moving blood back towards the heart.
The benefits of a full body massage are wide-ranging and include relief from aches and pains, decreased stress levels in the body, enhanced mental clarity, improved appearance, and greater flexibility. Blood circulation is increased and drainage from the lymphatic system is improved.
This massage helps to relax your nerves, increases your circulation, and strengthens your immune system. It's the ultimate stress buster!
Physical and emotional stress can be reduced through a holistic massage as well.