A deep tissue massage uses a combination of classic massage strokes that are slower and deeper to that of a traditional massage.
Deep tissue massage utilises a greater tension relieving response than a classic massage by concentrating on your deeper muscles. Deep tissue massages use many of the same movements and techniques as Swedish massages but, with increased pressure, which is great for relieving chronic muscle pain.
The aim is to reduce muscle tension by releasing knots and restoring elasticity. Deep tissue massage is also designed to increase blood flow to targeted muscles, kick-starting the body’s natural healing process, it is also known to lower blood pressure. It is a very common form of massage as it suits many individuals, helping to ease pain and stiffness in a variety of scenarios. Try a Deep Tissue Massage today, the relief to deep knots in your muscles is worth that extra pressure!
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