According to the modern classification, four massage systems are distinguished, which are divided into two global directions:
European massage system
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Massage is necessary for everyone – both adults and children, and the elderly (in the absence of contraindications).
First of all, massage is necessary for healthy people to maintain good health and the prevention of various diseases.
The structure and nature of the body’s response to massage is different depending on:
from the functional state of the higher parts of the central nervous higher system – the ratio of nervous processes, excitement or inhibition; Continue reading
Skin makes up about 20% of the total mass of the human body. Its importance for the normal functioning of internal organs is difficult to overestimate. It protects the body from adverse external influences (mechanical, chemical, microbial). The most complex processes taking place in the skin complement and sometimes duplicate the functions of some internal organs. Continue reading
It would seem that today almost everyone knows what massage is. However, according to a recent survey in our country of people who suffer from various disorders in the spine, only 27% of patients resorted to medical massage to cure or reduce unpleasant symptoms. More than 85% of those who received massage reported that this method helped them – at least alleviated their suffering. However, it is clear that most patients did not even think of using massage as a treatment technique. Continue reading
Massage has long been used for the purpose of non-drug prevention and treatment of diseases. For millennia, massage techniques and techniques have been constantly improved. Therefore, over time, it not only did not lose its significance, but, on the contrary, constantly confirming its effectiveness, is widely used throughout the world.
MASSAGE is a multifaceted art used in almost any situation. People of many professions spend almost all their working hours on their feet. This adversely affects blood circulation, leading to pain, cramping and swollen ankles. Most people periodically feel tension in the neck and shoulders. Continue reading