FAQ

Why do you need massage therapy?


Massage therapy improves the mobility of the joints in the patient, and will help him to have better muscle and tissue flexibility but also treats rheumatic pain, unpleasant stiffness affecting the joints or other painful inflammatory problems.

The benefits are also for headaches, anxiety, sleep disorders, digestive problems, muscle strains and sprains, torticollis and many other things, are relieved by massage therapy. As a result, you will notice a change in your mood, posture, and general health from frequent massages. because it will also help to improve the comfort of the person..

Why do I have pain after a massage therapy session?


Several causes can lead to aches and discomfort after the massage: the physical condition of the client, their posture in general, their degree of sensitivity, their level of stress, the maneuvers applied, etc. In general, aches are felt 24 to 48 hours after a massage.

What to do against the pain


People who suffer from onset of pain and discomfort after massage (e.g. shoulder pain or back pain) are advised, a gradual stretching of the body can help regularize the sudden increase in blood flow that can have caused a disturbance of the muscles or nerves. Another possibility is to apply heat to calm and relax the muscle for 20 to 30 minutes.

What is the difference between a wellness and therapeutic massage?


The Well-Being Massage is a personalized accompaniment device, by touch, but above all to relax, to meet (oneself with oneself), to free oneself from what must be freed and to inhabit one's body in order to make it available and more adaptable to changes. On the therapeutic side, it is a very old technique that is used to relieve and improve joint, muscle, tissue pathologies and many other things.

How to choose a type of massage?


Before orienting yourself towards a particular type of massage, you must carefully study your expectations and your needs. Even if the massages contribute to the well-being of your body, each of them has different therapeutic virtues.