An aromatherapy massage is thought to be one of the most relaxing. The use of natural essential oils in conjunction with calming massage techniques helps you to achieve optimum relaxation and relaxation while also soothing different forms of body and mind ailments.
Essential oils dissolved in natural oils for massage influence both the sense of smell and nerve endings. Effectively coping with stress, discomfort, and a feeling of tension, as well as positively affecting the skin’s condition.
When Do You Opt For An Aromatherapy Massage?
Aromatherapy is a treatment that almost everyone can easily undergo. It is a safe type of relaxation that rapidly relieves mental and physical exhaustion while still providing energy. Aromatherapy massage is particularly beneficial for:
PMS, symptoms related to menopause, feelings of persistent exhaustion and tension. Both physical and mental, high levels of stress, difficulty falling asleep, the need to balance energy states, pain ailments, feelings of inner anxiety, shifting emotional states, etc.
Situations requiring additional physical efforts. Such as during intense exercise or physically demanding jobs
A Specialist’s Skillful Application Of An Aromatherapeutic Massage Technique:
It will alleviate muscle tension, allow you to enter a deep state of relaxation, restore a sense of inner peace, and provide pain relief.
Aromatherapy Massage With Essential Oils
During the aromatherapy procedure, the masseur will give a soothing massage to the whole body. Or a specific part of it, using essential oils mixed into the massage oil. Each one has its own set of characteristics. Aromatherapy’s most common oils are:
Geranium oil – has an antidepressant benefit, as well as promoting the body’s water management in obesity, cellulite issues, and menopause and menstruation-related ailments.
Lemon oil – has a relaxing effect due to its new scent, as well as a calming effect in cases of anxiety and stress, as well as a beneficial effect on blood pressure.
bergamot oil – has a soothing smell and has an anti-stress effect while also improving the skin’s condition.
The astringent, anti-inflammatory, anti-swelling, and regenerative properties of eucalyptus oil help to relieve muscle and joint pain.
Lavender oil – calms, relaxes, and smooths the skin while also acting as an antiseptic, speeding wound healing, among other things.
Juniper – Has a relaxing, antifungal, antibacterial, antispasmodic, antispasmodic, curing, and general stimulating effect, and increases cartilage tissue elasticity. It’s used in aromatherapy for inflammatory diseases of the urinary system, menstrual disorders, rheumatic and muscle pains, arthrosis, lethargy, apathy, gout, to normalise appetite, and to get rid of dandruff.
Tea tree – has antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, and antipruritic properties. It is used in aromatherapy massage to treat fungal infections, remove dandruff, warts, and heal ligaments and muscles after injuries, as well as for colds, flu, bronchitis, pneumonia, gingivitis, sore throat, otitis media, thrush, enteritis, cystitis, burns, cuts, abrasions, pustular diseases, skin, muscle pain, and insect bites.
Eucalyptus – It has antibacterial, antiviral, deodorant, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, expectorant, and soothing properties. Boosts the immune system’s defences. It’s used in aromatherapy massage for upper respiratory infections, sore throats, bronchitis, coughs, migraines, chickenpox, arthritic and rheumatic pains, muscle weakness, inflammatory diseases of the skin and urinary tract, dandruff removal, and insect bite impact.
Each time, the masseur chooses the right mixture based on the patient’s preferences and health. As long as we’re around, keep your spirits up. Please contact us if you would like more information on our services and requirements.