Holistic Full Body Massage

Holistic Full Body Massage

What is a holistic full body massage?

A Holistic Body Massage is a massaging treatment that focuses on tense and stressed-out muscles but also helps impact a client’s emotional wellbeing.[1]

What does a holistic massage involve?

For instance, holistic massage may include: classical Swedish techniques such as effleurage; petrissage, kneading, friction and wringing; percussive techniques such as hacking, cupping, pummelling, plucking and brushing; gentle hand holds, drawing on healing traditions and an awareness of the human energy field.[2]

What is a holistic back massage?

Holistic Massage treats the whole person by relaxing the muscles, calming the mind and rejuvenating the spirit. This wonderful form of massage has been used for thousands of years as one of the most effective ways to free the body from stress and disharmony.[3]

What is the difference between holistic massage and aromatherapy massage?

Aromatherapy is based around Holistic Massage but with the additional power of essential oils applied direct to the skin. Your therapist will mix a blend of oils specifically for each session and designed to help achieve your goals whether it be relaxation, renergising or releasing muscular tension.[4]

Should I shower before a massage?

Whether you receive an oil massage, aromatherapy, or reflexology, the answer is to not shower before a massage or after. Leave a few hour buffer period before doing so. When in the shower or a bath, the surface of the skin has increased blood circulation, which after a massage can lead to surface congestion.[5]

What does an holistic therapist do?

Rather than addressing individual symptoms, a holistic therapist will look for the underlying cause by considering physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual states of health and well-being. We cannot live a happy and meaningful life if we are disconnected and fragmented.[6]

What is the difference between holistic massage and Swedish massage?

Fundamentally the approach with Holistic massage is based around oil based Swedish massage (using techniques such as effleurage, petrissage and percussion) but you may also expect me to incorporate various other relaxation techniques to truly enable you to deeply relax, restore and revive.[7]

What makes a good holistic therapist?

A professional therapist will always make you feel at ease, and will be polite, thoughtful, confident, honest, and in good emotional and physical health.[8]

What is an energy healing massage?

Energy healing is a holistic practice where healers channel universal life force (or healing energy) into a patient to help balance, heal and remove blockages from the body. Flow, balance, harmony and vitality within the body can be restored and maintained during a treatment.[9]

What is a spiritual massage?

This energy movement follows a sacred sound (bija mantra), the combination of movement, sound and colour associated with this sound induce a state of profound relaxation, wellbeing and spiritual harmony in those being massaged.[10]

What should you not do during a massage?

Ask your massage therapist to go see a movie / come to your house / etc. Excessive noises. Comment on our looks/attractiveness. Poke your head out of the room to let us know you’re ready. Start undressing while we are still in the room. Touch us.[11]

How much does a full body massage cost?

How much does a full body massage cost? Depending on the type of massage, length of time of massage, and spa caliber, the price can vary greatly. The national average cost of a massage is $100, but it can range anywhere from $65 to $180.[12]