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The Art of the Massage. THE massage has always endured the dubious reputation of being a luxury reserved solely for the rich and those seeking a risqué rendezvous at the hands of a relaxing stranger.
But now, more than ever, the massage is kneading its way into the mainstream with everyday people getting rubdowns in record numbers. Adding credence to this ritual of touch are the scores of health practitioners who are creating an unprecedented level of legitimacy in the medical field.
Some health experts argue that the rhythmic touch of massage--at the hands of a professional masseuse or masseur--has physical and mental benefits, making it the cornerstone of rehabilitative medicine and a major selling point behind the multimillion-dollar holistic health industry.
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According to the American Massage Therapy Association, therapeutic massage has been found to lessen the symptoms of insomnia, arthritis, asthma, chronic and acute pain, sports injuries and stress. And a recent American Hospital Association survey found that among hospitals that utilize complementary alternative therapy, a whopping 82 percent surveyed use massage therapy for pain management and relief.
If you're a novice, you may not want to begin with the strenuous Thai massage treatment. The Swedish massage, a basic, all-over massage, is great for first-time clients. Time Swedish technique is more therapeutic, and it allows you to get comfortable with massaging. This technique improves your circulation--which is the No. 1 benefit of massage--and also assists with stress, sleeplessness or headaches.
Other popular massage techniques include the therapeutic deep-tissue massage that penetrates the deeper layers of muscle to relieve past injuries or chronic pain; the healing stone massage, which incorporates smooth, warm river stones to caress the body in sequence with your masseuse's moves; and the Shiatsu massage, a fully-clothed massage that utilizes the Japanese pressure-point technique to reduce tension.
Stop making excuses--go pamper yourself!
So what's holding you back from the throes of pure relaxation?
How to get the most from your spa experience
1 Make sure you are dealing with a certified, licensed massage therapist operating out of a clean, reputable salon.
2 Visit your doctor prior to scheduling a massage to make certain that you do not have any pre-existing health conditions that could be aggravated. Also, give your massage therapist accurate information about any injuries or health concerns that may be worsened by stretching or rigorous, rhythmic touching.
3 Do not eat prior to your session.
4 Communicate with your therapist before (i.e., letting him/ her know your needs), during (i.e., letting him/her know if you feel any discomfort or if the room isn't suitable to your taste) and after your massage. Let your therapist know immediately if you feel there is inappropriate action going on.
5 Arrive at least 30 minutes before your appointment so that you can unwind; if you're running late or arrive in a rushed state of mind, it will be harder for you to relax during your massage.
6 Relax your body. Take a deep breath and let your masseuse/masseur do the job. Tightening your muscles during a massage is counterproductive.
7 Drink hydrating fluids immediately after your massage, Also, unwind in a quiet room or rest area to fully absorb the benefits of your session.
Naguilian Rd. cor Dominican Rd.
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