Deep Tissue Massage - 1 hour
Deep tissue massage can help unwind after a hard and ease chronic pain
- 1 hr1 hour
- 70 US dollars$70
- Wilmington West Chester Pike
Deep tissue has some similarities with Swedish massage, a classic bodywork that’s popular in the U.S. Though both massage techniques are based on the same stroking and kneading movements, deep tissue assumes far more pressure. This massage therapy was established by a Canadian doctor, Therese Phimmer, in 1949. The specific guidelines for this therapy she reflected in her book “Muscles - Your Invisible Bonds.” Therese said that deep tissue performed daily helped cure paralysis in her legs. Usually, a professional massage therapist uses their fingers, fists, or even elbows to gradually increase a pressure level during a session and target the inner layers of your tendons, muscles, and fascia. After warming up your muscles, the practitioner begins to concentrate on your problem areas. Deep tissue has a wide range of benefits for your mental and physical health. For example, it can help you with unplugging and relaxing after a stressful day at work. Apart from that, this bodywork eases chronic pain, reduces some arthritis symptoms, normalizes blood pressure, improves lymphatic circulation, and helps recover from an injury. Before a session, feel free to tell a massage therapist about any injuries and expectations you have and the level of pressure you prefer.
364 Wilmington West Chester Pike bldg b unit 7, Glen Mills, PA, USA