Massage is a practice of applying force or vibration on soft tissues of the body, including muscles, connective tissues, tendons, ligaments and joints to stimulate circulation, mobility, elasticity or relief of certain bodily pains.
Being a form of therapy is also known as massage therapy. It can be applied to parts of the body or continuously throughout the body, to relieve physical trauma, relieve psychological stress, control pain, improve circulation and relieve tension.
Theoretically the techniques of massage are basically divided into two broad categories: Energetic and Physiological. The first ones seek the reorientation of vital energy and the second seeking the detoxification of the organism by eliminating lactic acid from muscle fibers and aiding the return of the venous system. In practice, every body treatment performed in an integrated way unites these two categories, that is, at the same time that we are acting in our physical body, we are mobilizing our energetic part.
We use touch body to body massage in kailash colony to treat lesions, pains, edema and muscular tensions, but we also use it as a tool that can provide balance and self-knowledge.
Beyond the usual stress of everyday life, our memories, recent and ancient traumas, repressed emotions, braking impulses, all remain frozen in our body, preventing the free mobilization of energy. Ancestral cultures already treated the human being in this perspective, we have acupuncture, ayurvedic, shamanic therapies and recently in the west Wilhelm Reich and Alexander Lowen, among others who studied and perceived this body memory, in which everything that is lived remains there registered.
Our individual consciousness is also bodily, not only found in the brain, but in every cell of our body. Repressing or simply not paying due attention to our psychic material is to block that circulation, the correct metabolization of information, energetically. This may first develop into muscular tensions and gradually become more and more complex somatizations.
Our posture, our way of breathing, of sitting, of walking, of speaking are shaped over time, being the results of our life experience and the feelings we experience.
During a full body to body massage in kailash colony session, specific techniques and movements are used to unlock this “frozen”, stationary, stagnant energy. There are several types of body with body massage in kailash colony therapies: Therapy, Relaxation, Rehabilitation, Aesthetics … regardless of the main objective, we always have behind every technique the possibility of balancing body and mind, to help the body to metabolize emotions.
Among the various types of massage therapies we have some that are geared towards the treatment of pains and injuries, such as Shiatsu, Therapeutic Massage, Chinese Massage and Articular Mobilization. Some are more geared towards relaxation and stress relief such as Hot Stone Massage and the classic Swedish Massage. We have massages of the aesthetic area, which with so many names (modeling massage, reductive body massage in kailash colony delhi) have the same purposes: to reduce measures, to improve the appearance of the skin and to model.
We have Lymphatic drainage, which treats fluid retention, indispensable in the postoperative postoperative period and with great indication in the treatment of pregnant women.
There are many variations, Bamboo therapy, Massage with Shells, Express body massage in kailash colony, Massage Detox … ..
Whatever the focus of body to body massage in kailash colony delhi, all of them work physically in improving blood and lymphatic circulation, muscle relaxation, elimination of toxins and sensory stimulation are able to provide intense relaxation and a sense of well being. If done in the light of oriental medicine we can move the energy, acting consequently in our physical body bringing health and improvement of various types of pathologies. And always any type of massage besides treating muscular pain, stress and chronic pain, are indispensable to help in the metabolization of our emotions, and in our process of self-knowledge.