Massage Techniques used in a Deep Tissue Massage - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – Massage Techniques used in a Deep Tissue Massage PowerPoint presentation | free to download - id: 81135c-NGQ1N



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

Massage Techniques used in a Deep Tissue Massage

Description:

Going Deep Doesn’t Mean Bringing on the Pain. Learn the Massage techniques used in a Deep Tissue Massage. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:20
Slides: 9
Provided by: massagetutor2015
Category:

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: Massage Techniques used in a Deep Tissue Massage


1
Massage Techniques used in a Deep Tissue Massage
  • Massage Tutor

2
  • Deep Tissue Massage is like Swedish massage. The
    only difference is in deep tissue massage you
    need more pressure. It is usually uses for
    chronic aches and pains and contracted
    territories, for example, a solid neck and upper
    back, low back pain, leg muscle tightness, and
    sore shoulders.
  • Benefits
  • Stress Relief
  • Rehabilitates Injured Muscles
  • Breaks up Scar Tissue
  • Improves Blood Pressure
  • Reduces Chronic Pain

3
Learn the massage technique for Deep tissue
Massage
  • Cross-Fiber Friction
  • Before the massage can be performed effectively,
    the right structure must be found through proper
    procedure. In having a Cross-Fiber Friction it is
    important that you should not use any oils,
    lotions or creams on your skin. The seriousness
    of this technique ought to diminish after some
    time as the muscles and tendons which bring about
    your elbow irritation and agony begin to repair.

4
Learn the massage technique for Deep tissue
Massage
  • Active Release Technique
  • ART Technique is a combination of examination and
    a treatment. A therapist that uses the ART
    technique utilizes her hands to assess the
    composition, development of muscles, sash,
    tendons, ligaments and nerves. Anomalous tissues
    are dealt with by joining decisively coordinated
    pressure with particular patient developments.

5
Learn the massage technique for Deep tissue
Massage
  • Muscle Energy Technique (M.E.T)
  • Muscle Energy Technique is a type of stretching
    usually utilized by sports massage specialists,
    osteopaths and a few physical therapist, and
    wellness experts. MET is accepted to be
    especially useful in stretching postural muscles,
    which are prone to shortening. The dynamic
    constriction performed by the customer against
    the resistance created by the advisor is an
    isometric compression and may along these lines
    be useful in reinforcing muscles.
  • MET is in this manner utilized as a part of the
    accompanying circumstances
  • To stretch muscles, particularly those thought to
    be postural as opposed to phasic
  • To strengthen muscles
  • To relax muscles, particularly valuable for
    treating cramping muscles
  • To recapture right muscle capacity
  • To lessen restricted edema

6
Learn the massage technique for Deep tissue
Massage
  • Trigger Point therapy
  • Trigger point is particularly intended to ease
    the source of pain through cycles of pressures.
    This kind of massage participates effectively to
    takes an interest through deep breathing and also
    find the exact place and power of the discomfort.
  • The advantages of trigger point massage are
    discharging tightened ranges in the muscles
    consequently lightening pain. You can encounter
    decreasing of pain after having one treatment.
    Getting a massage with trigger point treatment
    all the time can help actually oversee agony and
    anxiety from constant wounds.

7
Learn the massage technique for Deep tissue
Massage
  • Myofascial Release
  • This is performed directly on skin without using
    oils or lotion/cream, this makes the therapist to
    detect facial limitation and apply the right
    amount of pressure to do the release of the
    fascia.

8
  • www.massagetutor.com
About PowerShow.com