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Full Body Massage

This one hour massage will help your body and mind. When it’s time to rejuvenate and treat yourself or loved one, this is the treatment to choose. If you are suffering with aches and pains, stress, anxiety or if you are healing from injury or tissue strain, or if you are a new mum in need of ‘me time’ – full body massage can help you achieve the state of relaxation and aid the healing process. Gentle, yet effective techniques will be used to ease muscle tension, improve circulation, drain excess fluid and balance energy levels.

How does massage work?

There are countless benefits of massage therapy. From relaxation and easing tension in the muscles to others more specific to different organs, systems and parts of your body. 

  • Reduction of pain and decreasing inflammation

  • Inducing relaxation

  • ​Aiding digestion

Massage cleanses body of toxins and improves circulation hence stimulating the organs of digestion. 
Direct stomach massage can have and amazing benefits and positive effect on your digestion. Stomach massage routine is designed with anatomy of the digestive tract in mind. The massage is applied in specific direction, along the route of the large intestine, helping your body get rid of waste. It can relief constipation as well as calm diarrhoea.

  • Stimulating circulation

Circulation improves in your whole body, but especially around the area being treated. Oxygen and nutrients are delivered to the cells in your body, and the waste is being removed, which keeps your body healthy and nourished. In addition to that, massage is carried out in a specific direction to relax nervous system, dilate blood vessels and as a result possibly decrease blood pressure.

  • Boosting immune system

Massage helps the flow of lymph through the lymphatic system. Lymph is a fluid that contains white blood cells - cells of your immune system that your body needs to protect itself and fight infections. Gentle massage work aids lymph movement around your body and removal of toxins, stimulating your immune response.

  • Supporting respiratory system

During massage treatment, depending on techniques used, respiratory system can be stimulated, which can be beneficial for those with congestion, or calmed to allow deeper breathing, relaxation and decreasing blood pressure.

  • Skin conditioning and regeneration

The body's largest organ, full of nerve endings, capillaries, connective tissue and more. Massage is touch. Touch is being registered by the sensors in the skin and a 'message' is sent to the brain. Endorphins are released giving you a wonderful sense of happiness and relaxation. Blood circulation increases, helping skin elasticity and nourishment. Massage is like a gentle exfoliation treatment too - as your skin is being massaged, dead skin cells are removed, your skin is moisturised and pampered. During massage, many different techniques and massage strokes are utilised to drain excess fluid, mobilise fascia, stimulate glands and relax your muscles. 

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