- Relieves pain and stiffness in the muscles
- Improves mobility and flexibility
- Stimulates the circulatory system and lowers blood pressure
- Relieves stress, anxiety and depression
- Helps promote a feeling of relaxation
- Boosts energy levels by improving blood flow to the muscles
- Helps manage painful conditions such as sciatica and arthritic pain
If you suffer from a specific pain which you would like to address, you will benefit best from a number of sessions to achieve the results you are looking for.
Before the session:
The therapist will ask you to fill out a questionnaire on which you need to note any health conditions, allergies, pregnancy, etc.
What to expect during a session:
You will need to undress but will be covered by a towel during the treatment. The therapist will systematically work on different parts of the body uncovering each part for the time required.
To start with the therapist will apply massage oil to the skin. This is followed by applying various massage strokes to warm up the muscles and then to release tension in the muscles and work away ‘knots’.
Contra-indications for massage:
If you are suffering from an infection, if you have a fever or other medical condition it may not be advised that you have a massage. Alternatively, it would be best to first consult your doctor