First time at a spa? Here are some of the options you should opt for!
We live in the financial hub of the country, which is marked by its fast, busy, stressful and hectic lifestyle, making relaxing services extremely important. And what’s better than a good massage at a spa to help you take charge of your health and well-being? Generalized therapy focuses on treating your complete body, and personalized therapy works on the specific pain-points that need more attention.
If you’re new to the spa scene, below mentioned are some of the most suggested and opted therapies you should go for:
1. Full Body Massage
A full body massage is a quick rejuvenating blend of Aroma, Balinese, Swedish, Deep Tissue massage that helps to revitalise you from the busy chaotic lifestyle.
The treatment mainly involves numerous types of techniques including different strokes, rocking movement, posture and movement re-education, application of pressure to specific points, and so on. And all of these are surrounded with soft and soothing music to help you relax.
Some of its benefits include calming your nervous system, relaxing exterior muscle tension, relieving specific areas of muscular tension, improvement of circulation, increased joint flexibility, reduced mental and physical fatigue and stress, faster healing of injured muscular tissue, etc.
2. Back Massage
Your back muscles are most likely to be tense and strained due to overuse or repetitive use during an exhausting day at work, gym or while travelling. By applying a back massage, a therapist can help relieve some of the tension for you. A back massage opens the pores of the entire back and neck, and mainly focuses on alleviating the nervous strain by ensuring an even flow of blood in the veins.
Some of the other benefits include releasing of the “feel good” chemicals, improved sleep, supports the healing process, and stimulates circulation.
3. Head & Shoulder Massage
A head and shoulder massage is a type of therapeutic massage that focuses on treating you by conducting massage techniques on the head and on all surrounding areas. It is beautifully relaxing and targets all the places you hold the most tension – the head and shoulders. It uses gentle massage strokes on these parts to stimulate the nerves, loosen up tight muscles, relax superficial tissues, and remove stress both emotionally and physically.
Some of the benefits include a feeling of immense relaxation of the mind and body, aiding digestion, relief from any pain, stiffness, tension or anxiety, and so on.