About massage – Corpus Studios

à propos de massage..

 

 

 

Peter offre des massages suédois avec des techniques complémentaires au besoin. Les effets généraux d'un massage sont une meilleure circulation et un meilleur métabolisme cellulaire. Il diminue le stress et la fatigue et améliore le tonus et la régénération musculaire. Il peut détendre ou revitaliser les muscles selon l'utilisation de la technique.

  • La pression et la manipulation des tissus mous, le flux sanguin est amélioré dans les zones touchées. Cela contribue également à raviver les tissus car une meilleure circulation leur apporte plus de nutriments et leur évacue davantage de déchets et de toxines. La peau retrouve une brillance plus saine et une plus grande élasticité, les muscles gagnent en endurance et il y a moins de risques de blessures, les ligaments deviennent plus flexibles et les tissus de liaison plus élastiques. La meilleure circulation conduit à une baisse de la pression artérielle, ce qui profite à la fois au cœur et aux veines et réduit les risques de crise cardiaque et de rupture des veines.
  • Le massage peut également affecter le système hormonal, en particulier la concentration de l'hormone de stress, le cortisol. Cela peut conduire à un sommeil plus facile, plus agréable, à une meilleure capacité de concentration et à un sentiment général de légèreté. Cela peut réduire les sentiments d'anxiété et de dépression.
  • Le plus grand effet d’un massage est, bien sûr, sur les muscles sur lesquels il est utilisé. La massothérapie réduit considérablement la tension et les tensions dans les muscles, rendant les mouvements plus faciles et plus fluides, tout en réduisant ou en éliminant la douleur.

Le corps est généralement divisé en plusieurs zones sur lesquelles un masseur travaille. Au début de chaque massage, le client indique quelles parties de son corps lui font mal ou présentent des problèmes, de sorte que le masseur puisse se concentrer davantage sur cette zone spécifique.

THE NECK

This area includes the muscles going down to the clavicles, all the way up to the base of the skull. Tension here can cause headaches, dizzyness, loss of focus and difficulty sleeping. In our modern day, heavy computer and smartphone use leads to posture that puts a lot of strain upon this area. Stiffness from bad sleep, use of the wrong pillow, overwork or constant strain are all a pain in the neck that a massage can easily deal with.

THE SHOULDERS

Often placed together with the neck, this area covers the shoulders themselves, the shoulderblades and the first three thoracic vertebrae. One of the most common problem areas, tension here limits the movement of the arms. Bad posture due to office work or constant strain upon the arms is the foremost cause of pain, along with heavy lifting and incorrect arm positioning. A single massage can greatly improve ease of motion and lift the mood.

 THE ARMS

While most people no longer do heavy lifting, incorrect arm placement due to desk work, sudden strain or just bad luck can still put a lot of tension in the muscles of the arms, the biceps especially. If your arms feel like a wet noodle or like you have to stretch them and cannot, a massage can do wonders to help you relax and regain your strength.

THE UPPER BACK

This area goes from the third thoracic vertebra down to the twelfth, and encompasses everything to the sides except for the shoulderblades. Most sports and intensive exercises leave tension in this area, making movement difficult. Bad posture, caused by desk work especially, leaves the area stiff and painful. While the massage cannot help bad posture built up by habits, it can ease the tension around the spine to make it more flexible and making correcting it easier.

LOWER BACK

This area covers everything around the lumbar section of the spine, down to the sacrum. This is THE most common problem area in the first world, due mostly to long hours spent sitting at a desk and adopting bad posture. Carrying heavy things can also put a lot of stress on this area, compressing the disks. Tension here greatly limits flexibility, bending or leaning from the hip. Many long-term health problems can be alleviated by a massage here. If you have problems leaning forward, or when you get up you have to spend a minute just to work a kink out of your back, this is what you need worked on.

HIPS

This area includes everything around the pelvis, including the sacrum, and usually gets treated together with the lower back. Tension here greatly limits movement and flexibility as everything above it rests on the hips. Incorrect seating position, leg injuries, ‘leaning’ posture can cause stiffness and strain. Several high impact sports put a lot of stress on the hips, making taking care of the area essential. Massaging this area can allow greater range of movement, help correct posture and eliminate most sources of pain.

THIGHS

This area covers the legs from the hip joint down to and including the knees. Running, long walks, and most sports that require a lot of leg movement strain and often damage this area. Standing still in one place can also put a lot of tension in the muscles, reducing blood flow and causing irritation. A massage here can release most tension and help recover to a healthier state.

CALVES

This area covers the lower legs from the knee down, including the ankle and the muscles in the feet. Movement intensive sports and long, static strain from standing in place put a lot of tension on this area, often causing cramps. The improved circulation due to a massage can greatly lower the chances of that, as well as helping in making you move more easily. Anyone who has to do a lot of legwork should get their legs worked on.

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