A therapeutic massage that uses firm pressure and slow strokes It treats strains and sport injuries
It is designed to release chronic muscle tension and pain, and improve overall muscle function. During a deep tissue massage, the therapist will use deep pressure and slow strokes to target the deeper layers of muscle and fascia. The therapist may also use techniques such as myofascial release, trigger point therapy, and stretching to help release tension and improve mobility. The massage may also include the use of oils or lotions to help lubricate the skin and provide a smooth, gliding sensation.
The massage will typically begin with the therapist working on the back, using deep pressure to release tension in the muscles and improve circulation. The therapist will then move on to the arms, legs, and other areas of the body, using a combination of techniques to release tension and improve mobility. The massage may also include work on the neck, shoulders, and scalp, which can help to release tension and improve circulation in these areas.
Deep tissue massage is typically a more intense massage and may cause some discomfort, but it is not meant to be painful. It’s important to communicate with the therapist before the session if you have any health conditions or areas that you would like the therapist to focus on or avoid. It’s also good to let the therapist know if you experience any pain or discomfort during the session.
The massage will be performed on a massage table with the client undressed but will be draped with a sheet or towel for modesty and comfort.