Deep tissue massage
Deep tissue massage is a technique that focuses on the deeper layers of muscle tissue. It aims to release chronic stress patterns in the body through slow movements and deep finger pressure in problem areas, either by following or going through the fibers of muscles, tendons and fascia.
The deep tissue massage is used to release chronic muscle tension through slow movements and more deep pressure or friction applied through the grain of muscles not to the grain. The deep tissue massage helps to break and remove tissue from the scars. The deep tissue massage usually focuses on specific areas and may cause some pain during or after the massage. However, if the massage is done correctly you should feel better than ever in one or two days.
Why Get a Deep Tissue Massage?
It feels good and is beneficial to your health. When muscles are tense, they block oxygen and nutrients, leading to inflammation that accumulates toxins in muscle tissue. A deep tissue massage helps to relax muscle tissues, release toxins from the muscles so blood and oxygen circulate properly. Because toxins are released it is important to drink plenty of water after a deep tissue session to help remove these toxins from the body.
What is the purpose of deep tissue massage?
The object is to “deploy” muscle fibers, at the same time releasing very ingrained patterns of tension, eliminating toxins, while relaxing and calming the muscle. Deep tissue therapy can be used to help eliminate fibrosis (scar tissue), realign muscle fibers, help eliminate stitches.
Bifacial trigger and muscle adhesions, to make sure that all muscles of the body are worked and even to prevent injuries. It is both corrective and therapeutic.
What are the effects after deep tissue?
A deep tissue session can cause muscle pain if you do not do the sessions regularly. Bruising may occur in some cases, but it rarely happens. It is possible to break small blood vessels, which is why you should try to be in good physical condition before beginning a deep tissue treatment.