known as “On-site” massage, because it was originally
designed for the workplace, this massage is at home anywhere.
A good introduction to those who have not experienced massage
before, it uses a combination of kneading and pressing techniques
to refresh and revive. It targets the common tension areas
of back, neck, shoulders, arms, hands, and scalp – you
feel the effect immediately. All you need to do is to lean
forward into the ergonomically designed, fully supportive
chair and let your therapist do the rest.
INDIAN HEAD MASSAGE
main problem with this one is keeping yourself sitting upright
as you relax! As the name suggests, the scalp is massaged
with a range of relaxing and invigorating techniques, as well
as massage to the neck and shoulders. Excellent for headaches,
eyestrain, and generally improving circulation to the scalp.
As with the seated acupressure, this is a dry massage, with
no oil used.
the above massages usually last about 30 minutes,
but can be made longer, or why not combine one
with another treatment?
it be great if you could have massage where you need it most?
– just down the corridor from your desk. Many companies
are now providing such a service to employees, and some even
subsidise it. But even if not, imagine the convenience of
not having to ring up, arrange an appointment, drive to the
clinic and then back again. In just half an hour you can be
back at work (if you must!)
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