6 Deep Tissue Massage benefits

Deep tissue massage

Deep tissue massage Deep tissue massage is a type of massage that targets chronic tension in muscles that lie far below the body’s surface. It helps to relive muscle stiffness and provide stress relieving relaxation. Deep tissue massage is a technique that targets areas of tightness or tension by applying sustained pressure using slow deep strokes to target the sub-layer of the musculoskeletal and the connective tissues thus taking care of issues such as strains and sports injuries. Benefits  It helps to break up the scar tissue Scar tissue is a common problem for many people whether it’s from an injury or surgery. Scar tissue can cause pain therefore limiting range of motion. Deep tissue can help break up scar tissue allowing for improved mobility and reduced pain. The massage therapist uses kneading and circular motions to break scar tissue and improve blood flow in that area hence reducing inflammation and stress Deep tissue helps reduce pain in people with chronic conditions  Deep tissue massage can help provide relief from chronic muscle pain. It targets the deeper layer of the muscle and connective tissue releasing built up tension while reducing inflammation therefore leading to increased flexibility and reduces pain. The therapist applies firm pressure using hands, elbows and forearm to the affected areas. Some of those areas are the neck, shoulders, upper and lower back. High blood pressure  Deep tissue helps the body relax hence reduced heart rate. Improves posture Deep tissue helps improve posture by addressing underlying tension and muscle imbalance. Its stretches and loosens tight muscles, improves joint flexibility via circulation, releases endorphin sand reduces tension and stress. This leads to improved posture, better balance, and body coordination. Increases joint flexibility and range of motion Deep tissue massage can increase joint flexibility and range of motion by targeting knots and adhesion in deeper muscle tissues. It improves circulation of blood and lymph fluids leading reduced chronic pain and increased flexibility and range of motion Helps with recovery after injuries and surgeries  Deep tissue massage can be a great way to help with recovery after an injury or surgery. It helps by reducing inflammation and swelling, reduce pain and improve circulation of blood and lymph fluids. Things you should know before getting a deep tissue massage You may also need repeat treatments in order for you to see improvements in areas of deep muscle tension or injuries. In some cases you may require other techniques alongside deep tissue massage such as physical therapy and exercise. Deep tissue isn’t a relaxing massage as opposed to popular beliefs however its effects last for quite some time. You may find it a little bit painful since it requires deep strokes to reach the deeper underlying muscles. Make sure to communicate with your therapist so that he/she can use the pressure that you’re more comfortable with. Tell your therapist about your problematic areas so that he/she can concentrate on them. Deep tissue massage is best suited for people who engage in highly physical activities. If you have low pain threshold or you’re looking for relief of tense muscles deep tissue isn’t for you just go with Swedish massage it’s the best option. Click to Whatsapp me

Deep tissue massage is a type of massage that targets chronic tension in muscles that lie far below the body’s surface. It helps to relive muscle stiffness and provide stress relieving relaxation. Deep tissue massage is a technique that targets areas of tightness or tension by applying sustained pressure using slow deep strokes to target the sub-layer of the musculoskeletal and the connective tissues thus taking care of issues such as strains and sports injuries.

Benefits

  •  It helps to break up the scar tissue

Scar tissue is a common problem for many people whether it’s from an injury or surgery. Scar tissue can cause pain therefore limiting range of motion. Deep tissue can help break up scar tissue allowing for improved mobility and reduced pain. The massage therapist uses kneading and circular motions to break scar tissue and improve blood flow in that area hence reducing inflammation and stress

Deep tissue massage is a type of massage technique which uses deep pressure to alleviate aches and pains. Slow strokes and notable finger pressure help to release the tension and tightness held deeply in your muscles and connective tissues. A deep tissue massage typically focuses on the problematic areas that carry a lot of pressure like the back, neck, shoulders, buttocks and legs. This type of massage is also used to alleviate soreness caused by injury. Benefits Pain relief, healing, lower blood pressure and heart rate, relaxation, breaks up scar tissue and make movements easier, aids in sleep, reduces inflammation, stress relief, reduce arthritis symptoms and rehabilitates injured muscles

  • Deep tissue helps reduce pain in people with chronic conditions 

Deep tissue massage can help provide relief from chronic muscle pain. It targets the deeper layer of the muscle and connective tissue releasing built up tension while reducing inflammation therefore leading to increased flexibility and reduces pain. The therapist applies firm pressure using hands, elbows and forearm to the affected areas. Some of those areas are the neck, shoulders, upper and lower back.

  • High blood pressure 

high blood pressure is also called hypertension is when the blood pressure is higher than normal. It is a known fact that deep tissue massages can help lower your blood pressure. After 20 minutes of deep tissue massage, the body begins to releases those endorphins that relax the blood vessels, reduce the intensity of the heart pumping and shuts down the adrenals from producing more cortisol.

  • Improves posture

Deep tissue helps improve posture by addressing underlying tension and muscle imbalance. Its stretches and loosens tight muscles, improves joint flexibility via circulation, releases endorphin sand reduces tension and stress. This leads to improved posture, better balance, and body coordination.

  • Increases joint flexibility and range of motion

Deep tissue massage can increase joint flexibility and range of motion by targeting knots and adhesion in deeper muscle tissues. It improves circulation of blood and lymph fluids leading reduced chronic pain and increased flexibility and range of motion

  • Helps with recovery after injuries and surgeries 

Deep tissue massage can be a great way to help with recovery after an injury or surgery. It helps by reducing inflammation and swelling, reduce pain and improve circulation of blood and lymph fluids.

Things you should know before getting a deep tissue massage

Deep tissue massage Deep tissue massage is a type of massage that targets chronic tension in muscles that lie far below the body’s surface. It helps to relive muscle stiffness and provide stress relieving relaxation. Deep tissue massage is a technique that targets areas of tightness or tension by applying sustained pressure using slow deep strokes to target the sub-layer of the musculoskeletal and the connective tissues thus taking care of issues such as strains and sports injuries. Benefits  It helps to break up the scar tissue Scar tissue is a common problem for many people whether it’s from an injury or surgery. Scar tissue can cause pain therefore limiting range of motion. Deep tissue can help break up scar tissue allowing for improved mobility and reduced pain. The massage therapist uses kneading and circular motions to break scar tissue and improve blood flow in that area hence reducing inflammation and stress Deep tissue helps reduce pain in people with chronic conditions  Deep tissue massage can help provide relief from chronic muscle pain. It targets the deeper layer of the muscle and connective tissue releasing built up tension while reducing inflammation therefore leading to increased flexibility and reduces pain. The therapist applies firm pressure using hands, elbows and forearm to the affected areas. Some of those areas are the neck, shoulders, upper and lower back. High blood pressure  Deep tissue helps the body relax hence reduced heart rate. Improves posture Deep tissue helps improve posture by addressing underlying tension and muscle imbalance. Its stretches and loosens tight muscles, improves joint flexibility via circulation, releases endorphin sand reduces tension and stress. This leads to improved posture, better balance, and body coordination. Increases joint flexibility and range of motion Deep tissue massage can increase joint flexibility and range of motion by targeting knots and adhesion in deeper muscle tissues. It improves circulation of blood and lymph fluids leading reduced chronic pain and increased flexibility and range of motion Helps with recovery after injuries and surgeries  Deep tissue massage can be a great way to help with recovery after an injury or surgery. It helps by reducing inflammation and swelling, reduce pain and improve circulation of blood and lymph fluids. Things you should know before getting a deep tissue massage You may also need repeat treatments in order for you to see improvements in areas of deep muscle tension or injuries. In some cases you may require other techniques alongside deep tissue massage such as physical therapy and exercise. Deep tissue isn’t a relaxing massage as opposed to popular beliefs however its effects last for quite some time. You may find it a little bit painful since it requires deep strokes to reach the deeper underlying muscles. Make sure to communicate with your therapist so that he/she can use the pressure that you’re more comfortable with. Tell your therapist about your problematic areas so that he/she can concentrate on them. Deep tissue massage is best suited for people who engage in highly physical activities. If you have low pain threshold or you’re looking for relief of tense muscles deep tissue isn’t for you just go with Swedish massage it’s the best option. Click to Whatsapp me

  1. You may also need repeat treatments in order for you to see improvements in areas of deep muscle tension or injuries. In some cases you may require other techniques alongside deep tissue massage such as physical therapy and exercise.
  2. Deep tissue isn’t a relaxing massage as opposed to popular beliefs however its effects last for quite some time.
  3. You may find it a little bit painful since it requires deep strokes to reach the deeper underlying muscles.
  4. Make sure to communicate with your therapist so that he/she can use the pressure that you’re more comfortable with.
  5. Tell your therapist about your problematic areas so that he/she can concentrate on them.
  6. Deep tissue massage is best suited for people who engage in highly physical activities.
  7. If you have low pain threshold or you’re looking for relief of tense muscles deep tissue isn’t for you just go with Swedish massage it’s the best option.

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