FAQ - Deep tissue massage
What does The Facial Boosting Deep Tissue Massage look like?
Deep tissue massage works on the deepest layers of your skin. The muscles in your face are subjected to stress, whenever there is tension or stress, this effects the muscle in your face immediately, causing your face to tense up and your skin to form wrinkles.
Deep tissue massage increases the blood flow to your skin, causing it to plump out.
This plumping out gives you a more youthful appearance, and helps decrease fine lines and wrinkles on your face.
The massage also relax the facial muscles, and so the skin becomes more tighter making it a beautigul and natural anti aging treatment.
What does The Butt Lifting and Leg Tightener Deep Tissue Massage look like?
Every woman has cellulite or some form of cellulite on her legs and bum. Using deep tissue massage you increase the blood flow which makes sure all the metabolic waste can flush away and the fatt cell clots break down and your skin gets a change to recover.
Deep tissue massage uses firm pressure and slow strokes to reach deeper layers of muscle and fascia (the connective tissue surrounding muscles).
Our massage therapists may use fingertips, knuckles, hands, elbows and forearms during a deep tissue massage.
What to expect after the deep tissue treatment?
After the deep tissue treatment you may feel some stiffness or soreness, but it should subside within a day or so.
You skin also can show some bruising, which is completely normal, this too shall go away
Drinking a lot of water after the treatment may help to flush the metabolic waste from the tissues.
Does Deep Tissue Massage hurt?
Some times during the treatment it can be very sensitive at some spots where there are a lot of adhesions in the connective tissues.
But fort he treatment tob e effective it doesnt have to necesarrily hhurt.
Side effects and precautions.
Deep tissue massage is not safe for everyone at all times.
If you suffer from blood clots, or ar at risk of forming blood clots, it’s essential that you consult your doctor before getting a deep tissue massage.
There is a risk that blood clots may become dislodged.
If you have had recent surgeries, chemotherapy, radiation or have another medical condition always consult your doctor before getting a deep tissue massage.
If you have bruises, inflamed or infected skin, skin rashes, unhealed or open wounds, tumors, abdominal hernia, fragile bones, or areas of recent fractures, always let the massage therapist know before the treatment starts, and we will never go directly over those parts.
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding deep tissue masssage is not recommended. Always consult your doctor before.