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Deep tissue massage

Deep tissue massage

Deep tissue Massage

Deep tissue Massage

The aim of deep tissue massage is to realign the body, release chronic muscular tension and just generally make your body feel and move a whole lot easier.

This style of massage works mainly on the bodies connective tissue or fascia which wraps, binds and supports all the internal structures including the skeletal muscles, bones, tendons and organs. This muscular “armour” of the body may be the result of injury, bad posture or even just stress and trauma.

Deep tissue massage strokes

manipulate the fascia by the action of friction and stretching, releasing blocks that impede movement. These techniques require professional training and a thorough knowledge of anatomy and physiology. While these strokes go deeper than soft tissue massage, they still must be done with minimal pain to the client, as the neuro muscular response of the tissues will be to contract in defence if the therapist goes too hard.

Deep tissue massage

How to massage

Deep tissue massage

is usually based over a series of at least ten sessions so the whole structure of the body can be balanced and realigned. In the process of breaking down chronic tensions, breathing becomes deeper and the body realigns. Emotions and memories that have been repressed within the body by the muscular armor maybe released. It is important therefore for a deep tissue body worker to be aware of the psychosomatic link between stress and the body.

Deep tissue massage therapists

will often use their thumbs, knuckles, fore arms and elbows during the massage to stretch the fascia. Pressure is applied slowly and the muscles are moved and stretched in various directions. By freeing up the fibres the tissue becomes warm and relaxed and returns to its natural fluidity.

Ripple has deep tissue massage therapists in all regions, including remedial massage and also Russian deep tissue massage therapists. More information is on 0438 5679 06 or by visiting Ripple online at www.ripplemassage.com.au

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