A relaxation massage to give your clients a place to heal with deep soothing relaxing techniques.
Swedish Massage Course is one of the oldest styles of massage and was introduced to many countries back in the 18.00s to relive pain and muscle tension.
These days we all lead a busy, fast pace of life and indeed many of us never take time out to slow down or stop. Relaxation is something we can give our clients and teach our our clients to help them with anxiety, depression and stress, back and neck pain.
In our Swedish Massage Course you learn the art of relaxation, so you can give a deeply soothing beneficial massage to your clients to help them slow down and take time for themselves. Most Pain and stress is caused by living in the fast lane, running on adrenal and bad posture. Swedish massage allows the body to relax back into its normal place and heal from inside out.
Within swedish relaxation massage we teach you all the traditional massage techniques such as effleurage, kneading and taportmant along with muscle release techniques for common ailments like sciatica,neck pain and back pain.
We will show you all the tricks of the trade to help your client enter a place of relaxation and peace and healing.
Swedish massage is the most popular type of massage in the United States It involves the use of hands, forearms or elbows to manipulate the superficial layers of the muscles to improve mental and physical health. Active or passive movement of the joints may also be part of the massage. The benefits of Swedish massage include increased blood circulation, mental and physical relaxation , decreased stress and muscle tension, and improved range of motion.
Swedish massage was invented by a Swedish fencing instructor named Per Henrik Ling in the 1830s. When he was injured in the elbows, he reportedly cured himself using tapping (percussion) strokes around the affected area. He later developed the technique currently known as Swedish massage.
This technique was taken to the United States from Sweden by two brothers, Dr. Charles and Dr. George Taylor in the 1850s. The specific techniques used in Swedish massage involve the application of long gliding strokes, friction, and kneading and tapping movements on the soft tissues of the body. Sometimes passive or active joint movements are also used.