Benefits of a Thai Massage & Foot Massage
The Thai Massage uses a yoga style stretching to apply pressure to the energy lines, relaxing the whole body on a different level. The Thai Massage is a full body treatment, usually done fully clothed and starting at your feet. The massage will involve the therapist pressing along the body using their knees, thumbs, palms and four arms.
The practice promotes positive energy, and could make you feel balanced and refreshed.
Thai massages usually last longer than other types of massages.
Massage increases delta wave frequency in our brains.
Some traditional massage techniques, such as acupressure, compression and joint mobilization, are also used, but no lotions or oils are applied and you remain fully clothed for the session.
The Thai foot massage uses the ancient art of Thai reflexology to provide an enjoyable, relaxing, and rejuvenating experience that heals the mind, body, and soul. Thai foot massage techniques detoxify and purify the body, helping relieve stress and tension, decrease fatigue, foster good health and mental serenity, and restore balance.
Thai foot massage (also known as reflexology)techniques detoxify and purify the body.
Helps to relieve stress and tension while decreasing fatigue.
Thai foot massage also helps foster good health and mental serenity, and restore balance.
During a Thai foot massage, also known as Thai foot reflexology, pressure is applies to specific areas of the soles of the feet. In turn, a reflex reaction occurs in another part of the body, which is stimulated by the manipulation of a specific part of the foot.
Benefits of Massage to Stress
When we hear the word stress we often assume that it is a bad thing. Not all stress is bad stress. In fact stress is a part of out “fight or flight” response which helps us determines what we should do in situations that may scare you or have your adrenaline high. Stress becomes bad when there is no relief and the fight or flight response is happening in your life more than normal and will become distress. There have been studies that show massage therapy can help reduce stress, pain, and muscle tension while also helping a person relax. Studies are showing that a moderate pressure massage can help a person enter into a place of calmness and relaxation that reduces a moderate amount of stress for most people. Massage therapy has become an important part of our healthcare regiment which is great living in a stressful and upbeat world.
If you are experiencing stress consult Jill White-Huffman LMBT #1119 to discuss massage therapy options today! Visit: www.jillwhite-huffman.org