Swedish and Deep Tissue Massage in Dubai
In Dubai, this high speed developing modern city, you may feel deeply tired after daily work if you are not local people. In the work time you may sitting on the chair and watching the screen of PC for 8 hours, and after that, you need 1 or more hour to drive home by the bad traffic in the city everyday. When you're in home, what do you most want to do? Just the Relax, and if you do it yourself or your partner, you can only get a soft relax but no radically effect. So you can try a Swedish Massage or a Deep Tissue Massage in Dubai from our masseuse.
Julia is from Johor Bahru, Malaysia. She is really good at these kinds of massage.
About the Swedish Massage
During a Swedish Massage, the masseuse uses a deeper circulation massage and passive movement of the joints of the body. These techniques are designed to relax, stimulate nerve endings, increase blood flow and lymphatic drainage. Traditional Swedish massage involves the whole body.
You will start from the back or abdomen and flip at the midway point. If you have a area of special interest, such as a tight neck, you can let your therapist spend more time in this area. Depending on your preference, you can ask your masseuse to use a light, medium or deep pressure massage.
During most body massages, the masseur will ask you to take off your clothes. And whether you want to keep underwear depends on you. Your masseuse will cover a piece of paper on your body, then pull them back and adjust them as they are. Most of the time you will be covered. Your masseuses will use oil or lotion for a smooth and long-lasting massage. They may also ask if you have the preferred aroma of aromatherapy for your favorite massage oils.
About Deep Tissue Massage
The deep tissue massage is similar to the Swedish massage, but it massages deeper. Deep tissue massage targets the inner layers of muscles, tendons and fascia (dense connective tissue). Deep tissue massage uses many of the same touch and kneading actions as Swedish massage, but with greater stress. This kind of stress can sometimes be painful.
Deep tissue massage is best for athletes, runners and injured people. It is also suitable for people with chronic pain symptoms such as fibromyalgia and low back pain. This type of massage promotes healing by releasing the contraction area of muscles and tissues. It can help increase blood flow to soft tissues and may help reduce inflammation.
What happens during deep tissue massage?
You will discuss your problem area with your therapist before performing a deep tissue massage. Deep tissue massage can be concentrated all over the body or in one area. You will start to lie under the sheets or back. It depends on how much you undress. Deep tissue massage begins with a more traditional relaxing massage. After the muscles are warmed up, your masseuse will begin to drill into your problem area. In addition to the palms, fingertips and knuckles, masseuse can also use the forearms or elbows to increase pressure.
It is important to work with your masseuse to open the stress and discomfort you want to endure. For some areas and the entire massage, this may vary and you can communicate with the masseur before and during the massage. Some masseuses find that pain can be counterproductive to this process, and if there is too much pain, you have to speak.
You should have a lot of soreness in the days after the deep tissue massage. Your therapist may suggest you use ice, heat or stretch treatment.
What should I do before the massage?
Find the right masseur. Look for a therapist who specifically identifies the type of massage you are interested in as part of their practice and background. If necessary, look for people trained to treat specific diseases, such as sports injuries, fibromyalgia, arthritis or pregnancy. Also check that the therapist is licensed or certified according to state requirements. Discuss any injuries with your therapist. Be aware of the extent of your injury, the time they healed, and the extent of your current pain.
Talk about your comfort level. Tell the masseuse what areas you don't want them to touch. For example, some people feel uncomfortable with their hip massage. Talk about your goals and expectations. Do you just want to relax? Do you want to recover from the injury? Discuss the pressure. Discuss with your therapist the level of stress that best suits you.
If you have a privacy issue or an area you don't want to touch, talk to your therapist. Warm up. If possible, exercise with a warm water shower, soak in the hot tub or spend a few minutes in the sauna. Hydrate. Drink plenty of water before you massage.
Swedish massage is one of the most used massage techniques and it is sometimes called classic massage. It promotes relaxation by releasing muscle tension and is very helpful for people who are uncomfortable at the waist, shoulders or neck.
If you want to know more about it, just contact us for any questions you may have.