Deep Tissue Massage - 1.5 hours
Deep tissue relieves back and neck pain and improves postural problems
- 1 hr 30 min1 hour 30 minutes
- 100 US dollars$100
- Wilmington West Chester Pike
Deep tissue is a bit similar to Swedish massage, a classic bodywork that’s well-known and popular in the United States. Although massage therapists apply identical kneading and stroking movements, deep tissue requires far more pressure. This therapy was established by Therese Phimmer, a Canadian physician, in 1949. Her book “Muscles - Your Invisible Bonds” includes some specific guidelines making the massage quite efficient. She even said that deep tissue performed daily helped cure paralysis in her legs. To reach the inner layers of your tendons, muscles, and fascia, the specialists usually use their elbows, fingers, and fists and gradually increase the level of pressure. When your body is warmed up enough, they start focusing on your problem areas. Deep tissue is a great way to relax and unwind after a hard day as it positively impacts your physical and mental well-being. This bodywork can help you reduce chronic muscle pain and tension, arthritis symptoms, improve lymphatic circulation, and normalize blood pressure. Apart from that, it relieves back and neck pain, improves postural problems and aids sports-related muscle recovery. Before a session, feel free to tell a massage therapist about any injuries and expectations you have as well as the level of pressure you prefer.
364 Wilmington West Chester Pike bldg b unit 7, Glen Mills, PA, USA