CLASSIC MASSAGE

CLASSIC MASSAGE

CLASSIC MASSAGE

Classical massage is a massage using some application techniques. While this massage is performed using western techniques, it both provides relaxation and prepares the ground for the prevention of some problems.

Why is a Classical Massage Done?
Classical massage,
Getting away from the stress of daily life
Relaxing the muscles that are tense and stiff with hard work
To control the pain caused and caused by tense muscles
To stimulate subcutaneous cells and to revitalize in this way
Accelerating the blood circulation with special massage techniques and making the skin brighter, soft and smooth.
It is done with the aim of making the person feel rested and vigorous.
Which Techniques Are Used While Making Classical Massage?
Classical massage is not applied with random movements. In order to achieve the effects listed above, the right points should be massaged with the correct application movements.

The techniques used in classical massage,

Öfleraj
Petroleum jelly
Friction
Tapotement
Dither
In classical massage, these 5 techniques are used together in accordance with the stages.
Eferage Technique
Öfleraj is the most frequently used movement in massage. In classical massage, angerrage is used for the first relaxation of the patient. Öfleraj, roughly speaking, is the movement of patting. This movement is done by applying a deep pressure while making it towards the direction of the heart, and by applying superficial pressure while turning from the direction of the heart to the opposite direction. This pressing and patting is done by hands. Fingers are applied at certain points and palms at certain points. At the end of the massage, as well as at the beginning, it is terminated with a patting.

Petrization Technique
Petrisaj is the kneading action. After the relaxation is provided by the plastering, the muscles relax. The relaxed muscles become suitable for kneading and increasing blood circulation. Kneading is done with two hands at some points and with one hand at some points. A wide area should be applied while petrisaising is done. At this stage, it is very important that the masseur's experience and knowledge of human anatomy are very important. Because petrification should be applied in a way that affects the muscles, not the soft tissues. This can only be done by an experienced masseur. The importance of this situation is that the massage is successful and the muscles are relaxed.

Friction Technique
The friction technique is a massage technique where pressure is applied with circular movements on a single point, usually with the thumb. Sometimes the same movement can be done with the palm instead of the thumb.

Tapotement Technique
The tapotement technique is to rhythmically strike the muscles. This blow is done just enough to stimulate the muscles without being too violent. With this technique, the muscles are stimulated and blood circulation is accelerated. After the muscles and skin are accustomed to massage with 3 massage techniques before the impact, stimulation is provided instead of relaxation at this stage.

Vibration Technique
Massage with vibration technique, also known as vibration, is the last step in classical massage. With this technique, pressure is applied in two directions to create vibration by fixing the hand to the application area. In this way, complete relaxation is provided with a final stimulation and relaxation of the muscles.

After all the techniques are applied in this order, the calcic massage is terminated with a patting. The process time is approximately 50 minutes and massages are performed using various oils. These oils are aromatic oils that have a relaxing effect.

What are the Prices of Classic Massage?
In order for the information about classical massage prices to be clear, the treatment plan should be determined. You can contact us for detailed information about classical massage and its prices.