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Target Audience:
– Improves mental relaxation
– Improves length and quality of sleep
– Temporary Relief of Stress, Depression, anxiety and irritation
– Increases ability to concentrate
– Improved sense of well being
– Remove Stress in daily life
– Remove Stress from work, family, etc
– Remove Stress from Physical Ailments
– Remove Tension due to pressures, Stress
– Remove Tension due to physical hard work or repetitive movements

is not very effective for:
– Those who target deeper muscular pain or in chronic pain for months to years
– Those who wants to improve the range of motion

is not recommended for:
– nausea, vomiting or diarrhea
– fever
– broken bones, fractures, dislocations, or severe sprains
– contagious diseases
– open or unhealed sores or wounds
– body areas that are inflamed, swollen or bruised
– varicose veins
– Recent Surgery
– Severe Pain
– Jaundice
– Frost Bite
– Kidney Diseases
– Large Hernias
– Hemorrhaging
– Torn ligaments, tendons or muscles
– High blood pressure
– Heart Problems
– Certain kinds of cancer
– History of Phlebitis or Thrombosis (Blood Clots)
– Drug Treatments with Blood Thinners
– Clients who feel uncomfortable about removing their clothing for the session. As this technique works better on top of the skin surface with access to the muscles.

– Long Flowing Movements
– Gentle Kneading of Sore, Tight Muscles

Pressure Range:
Light to Firm (But not deep)

Mechanical & Reflective Effects:
– Relaxing tight muscles
– Promoting blood circulation
– Reduce symptomns of depression, stress and anxiety
– May reduce back pain, headaches, muscle issues
– May reduce chronic pain
– May help improve immunity
– Also helps in Nerve Simulation, Mood Booster, Tension Reliver

Session Routine:
– Gentle Jostling from head to toe – Rhythmic Shaking of the massage area, By doing so, the body loosens up and relaxes.
Target Area: Cervical back, Thoracic Back, Legs, Hip Joint

– Starts with Gentle Effleurage to Warm up the muscles. This technique involves gentle circular and gliding strokes.
Target Area – Upper, Middle and Lower Trapezius, Infraspinatus, Teres Major, ESG, Latissimus Dorsi, Rhomboids, Posterior deltoid

– Follows with Petrissage. Kneading through the muscles by manually compressing your soft tissues in a continuous rhythmic motion. Wringing the arms on both direction. Rolling the muscles following Traps to Erector Spinae Group of muscles. Lifting the muscles on occasions helps to stretch and loosen the muscles. This also improves and promotes blood circulation.

– Friction is applied over sore areas of upper traps, cross fiber friction applied on the bigger back muscles and circular rythmic friction applied over the smaller muscles

– Tapotement is applied over the arms and legs , especially cupping of calves. Rhythmic tapping to simulate blood flow is applied over lower back muscles, especially targeting glute areas


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