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Classic massage


Partial or Full Body Classic Massage

Procedure Classification:

Auxiliary procedure, Over-the-counter

Procedure Characteristics:

Traditional massage procedure. Masseur uses their hands to apply a special set of superficial and deep pressure techniques to the soft tissues. The massage accelerates the removal of superficial keratinized skin residues, normalizes the tension of the skin, subcutaneous tissue, and deeper muscle structures, improves muscle function, improves blood circulation, and induces overall pleasant sensations.

Procedure Process:

The masseur uses an emulsion, oil, or cream to massage the skin, subcutaneous tissue, and muscles on various parts of the body using special strokes (friction, kneading, percussion, etc.). Partial massage focuses on the back and neck, while full body massage covers the entire body.

Main Indications:

Diseases and pain of the spine and joints, Chronic rheumatic diseases, Nervous disorders, Convalescence after serious injuries, illnesses, and states of total exhaustion, stress, and muscle fatigue

Main Contraindications:

All feverish, infectious, and acute inflammatory conditions, All oncological diseases, Conditions requiring absolute rest, Skin and fungal infections, Disruption of the skin's integrity at the site of the applied massage, Decompensated (untreated) heart and vascular diseases, Varicose veins at the site of the applied massage, Swelling at the site of the application, Some bleeding disorders, Advanced atherosclerosis and osteoporosis, Pregnancy

Procedure Duration:

20 minutes for partial massage or 50 minutes for full body massage

What to Bring to the Procedure:

It is advisable to come in a bathrobe