This technology is an effective massage that comprises of two water filled cushions and a lumbar support to facilitate the spinal alignment and extreme comfort while laying facing up.
The full massage is conducted while the client is laying on their back, this done to avoid any discomfort on the face or the neck.
How Hydrotherm massage works
Massage generally involves working the soft tissue of the body, to ease day-to-day stresses and muscular tension, and promote relaxation. It also helps to increase delivery of blood and oxygen to the treated areas; it is also used in support of other therapies to assist in the recovery of muscular injuries.
During a Hydrotherm treatment the MASSAGE THERAPY / MASSAGE TECHNOLOGY therapists works underneath, around and behind the client, providing a three-dimensional massage experience. It is therefore a very relaxing treatment as the client does not have to turn over during the treatment. The therapists’ hands slide between the thermal cushion filled with water and the clients’ skin; the clients own weight applies the correct pressure to the problematic areas. Leaving the client feeling relaxed and rejuvenated.
Massage therapists may suffer from tension, painful wrists, and lower back pain as result of the demanding career. This system is used to alleviate pain and protect the therapists’ wrists while delivering a relaxing treatment.
Indications for Hydrotherm Massage
- Pregnant clients.
- Any client with back, neck shoulder pain.
- It can be an add-on to Sports massage, pregnancy massage and oncology massage.
- Clients with limited mobility.
Benefits of Hydrotherm Massage
- Improves sleep.
- Relieves stress on joints and muscles.
- Relieves back pain.
- Encourage swift recovery from muscle and joint pain or strain.
- Warms muscle tissue as the client’s body is laying on cushions that are warmed up to 40 degrees Celsius.
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