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Relaxation Massage and Remedial Massage - Pulse Physiotherapy and Pilates

What is Relaxation Massage?

The Relaxation Massage re-establishes the balance of body and mind. The therapist applies oil on the skin and uses several techniques to promote the improvement of blood circulation, remove toxic substances, relieve stress and restore the psycho-emotional, physiological and energetic area of ​​each individual.


The Relaxation Massage allows:

  • A global relaxation in the body, contributing to the general well-being of the body.

  • Greater elasticity in tense and sore muscles.

  • Increased blood circulation and increased supply of oxygen and nutrients to muscles.

  • Increased lymphatic circulation and improved immune system.

  • Helps in the elimination of toxins.

  • Relief of swelling.

  • Improve breathing.

  • Normalize blood pressure.

  • Improve muscle function and recovery.

  • A relaxing effect on the nervous system and a more relaxed sleep.

  • Decreased stress and improvement of the digestive system.

The Relaxation massage is recommended to relieve and prevent stress and fatigue, improve blood flow, relax muscles and relieve physical and emotional tensions.


What is Remedial Massage?

Remedial massage is very effective way to prevent and treat muscle injuries, pain and soreness.

It generally works deeper, through the soft tissue (muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia). The basic methods of Swedish massage are used along with more advanced techniques such as joint mobilisation and specific stretches. Remedial massage treats the person as a whole giving you a truly personalised massage, offering exercise and postural advice as required.

Remedial massage works extremely well in the treatment of a wide variety of muscle and skeletal conditions i.e:

  • Back and neck pain

  • Shoulder pain

  • Muscle sprains

  • Repetitive strain injuries

  • Whiplash

  • Frozen shoulder

  • Tension type headaches and migraines

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