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Relaxation Massage vs Remedial Massage

By newdirectionshf@gmail.com | In Massage Therapy, News | on April 4, 2016
What is a Relaxation Massage?
Who doesn’t love a great relaxation massage? Getting rid of the stress in your body after a long week, or just a crappy day, can make a world of difference.
During a relaxation massage, you should not feel pain or discomfort, but rather, deeply relaxing, rhythmic strokes which soothe and relax you.
Benefits of Relaxation Massage:
As a result of a relaxing massage, you might experience an improvement in your skin tone, circulation and any stress-related symptoms, reduction in your muscle tension (including headaches!), and a temporary decrease in blood pressure.
How is a Remedial Massage different?
When it comes to that niggling training injury or more acute muscle tension, you might need a little more in-depth treatment in these areas.
Our qualified remedial massage therapist Chris Higgins will consult with you before performing your remedial massage in the comfort of your own home. He will assess the areas where you’re feeling pain, work on treating that pain through and help you understand what might be causing it. Although focusing on specific areas, a remedial massage holistically supports the whole body to target traces of discomfort as far back to the original cause as possible.
Benefits of Remedial Massage:
Remedial massage can address many issues, such as whiplash, frozen shoulder, arthritis and sports and dancing injuries.
After your remedial massage, blood supply is stimulated to remove toxins from muscles more effectively and your joint mobility improves by relaxing the surrounding muscle groups.
We Will Can Come to You:
If you would like to find out more about either remedial or relaxation massage, contact us at admin@new-directions.com.au to arrange a home massage today or for more information go to our website at http://www.new-directions.com.au/#!…

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