Swedish massage is a full body massage with the use of oil. It involves using the hands, forearms, or elbows to act on the top layers of muscles to improve mental and physical health. Specific techniques used in Swedish massage include the use of long gliding, rubbing, kneading and tapping movements on soft tissues, as well as passive or active joint movements.
- stimulating blood circulation
- relaxing tense muscles and stretching connective tissues
- relieves spasms and muscle spasms and reduces muscle fatigue
- increasing muscle strength
- relaxation of joints and improvement of range of motion
- firms the muscles and skin tone
- relieves symptoms of disorders such as asthma, arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, chronic and acute pain syndromes, facial muscle pain, headache, temporomandibular joint dysfunction and sports injuries
- acceleration of healing after injuries and diseases
- improvement of lymphatic drainage of metabolic waste
- mental relaxation and calming the nervous system
- improving the length and quality of sleep
- relief from stress, depression, anxiety and irritation
- increased ability to concentrate
- general improvement of well-being
For people who are tired, exposed to stress, lead a sedentary lifestyle or work in one position. For people with injuries and diseases who have trouble sleeping.