Massage is one of the most ancient healing traditions used today. The healing benefits for ailments, stress and discomfort go back as far as 5000 years and are still used in all cultures around the world.
Even though one of the immediate benefits of Massage Therapy is feeling deep relaxation, it is defined as the rubbing and kneading of muscles and joints of the body with the hands, especially to relieve tension or pain. However, there are many techniques and methods, and below are the top massaging techniques for health and wellbeing.
The Bellabaci Cupping Massage is used in luxury Spas worldwide. It is a modernized version of ancient Chinese Cupping Therapy but instead of placing stationary cups on the body, the Bellabaci signature massage is used in motion. Using Bellabaci silicone, hand-squeezable vacuum Cups the movement deep-tissue massage creates negative pressure, loosens adhesions and lifts connective tissue to drain and expel toxins from the body. Cupping Therapy is an ultra-relaxing, extremely detoxifying massaging technique with the benefits of lymphatic drainage.
This worldwide, popular massage is the perfect combination of rhythm, pace and pressure together with techniques that flow seamlessly to create a powerfully relaxing experience for the whole body. Swedish massage is gentler than deep-tissue massages and better suited for people suffering from tensions and stress relief.
Reflexology, also known as zone therapy, is an alternative medical practice involving the application of pressure to specific points on the feet and hands. This is done using specific thumb, finger and hand massaging techniques without the use of oil or lotion.
Sports massages are administered to decrease injury potential and enhance training for athletes and sportsmen/women. Sports people know that without a warm-up the muscles will be shocked into work, which can be counteractive. Sports Massages prevent everyday injuries or chronic pain, restricted range of motion or for office workers with neck and back tension.