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Swedish massage is one of the most common types of massage. It is performed to energise the body and improve overall health. This type of massage involves actions like percussion, kneading, vibration, tapping and rolling. Massage oil or lotion is used to protect the skin from friction however if you have sensitive skin, it can be done without oil through clothing.

 

Massages are a great way to relax and unwind. A massage involves manipulating the muscles and joints to relieve stress or pain. This is achieved by relaxing tight muscles and promoting blood circulation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Health Benefits of a Swedish Massage

Getting a Swedish massage can be beneficial to your heart. A massage therapist manipulates the body’s soft tissues (muscles, tendons, ligaments and blood vessels) and uses strokes that flow toward the heart, improving blood circulation.

 

Swedish massage may help reduce symptoms of depression, stress, and anxiety.  Some of the symptoms that could be managed by the massage therapist include back pains, headaches, muscle issues and other chronic pains.

 

Massages are also associated with boosting immunity.  This can help you in managing side effects of conditions like the common cold, asthma, diabetes and different types of cancer.

 

In addition to the positive health impacts mentioned above, having a massage may also have the following benefits:

 

  • Nerve stimulation.  By applying pressure and manipulating the muscles, a Swedish massage helps to stimulate nerves located in different parts of the body. The nerves could be stimulated in a way that helps to manage pain and discomfort.

 

  • Mood booster.  Massages have been found to improve mood by promoting the production of dopamine, serotonin, and oxytocin. These hormones act to stabilise your mood, helping you feel happy and positive. A Swedish massage could also act to reduce the production of cortisol, a stress-causing hormone.

 

  • Tension reliever.  Also known as adhesions, knots can be quite painful. The Swedish massage warms up the muscles and breaks down the binding spots and relieves the tension gathered at the knots.

 

  • Lymph drainage.  Lymphatic drainage occurs naturally when you use your muscles. However, if for any reason you are not moving or using your muscles, the lymphatic fluid could accumulate.  This could cause a build-up of toxins. A Swedish massage can help manage this problem.

 

  • Improving flexibility. Massages help in relaxing your muscles and joints. This improves your range of motion, which in turn increases your stretching capability.

We have cancelled our session on Monday 19th September in respect of Queen Elizabeth II's funeral. Our next session will take place on Monday 3rd October.