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Thai Massages VS Traditional Swedish Massage  Al Karama Dubai a| Massage Center | +971544832969Thai massage is often called “lazy yoga” even though it uses techniques similar to the Swedish massage. The Thai massage uses acupuncture points that stretch and loosens the muscles. It helps to release tension and relieve joints.
The Thai massage is based off an ancient system that combines acupressure, Indian Ayurvedic methods, and yoga positions.
A Thai massage will make you feel rejuvenated and energized. It uses a technique called blocking and releasing the blood flow. It involves applying pressure to the area where the legs and arms meet at the torso. Once the pressure is released, the client will feel heat as the blood rushes back to the limbs.
There is two kinds of Thai massages: traditional and ancient massage. The traditional Thai massage takes place in Thailand, and the ancient form is common in Northern India and Nepal.
Ancient Thai massages start with meditation p…

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Deep Tissue Massage Treatment Al Karama Dubai a| Massage Center | +971544832969Deep tissue massage therapy is one of the most frequently requested services in the massage profession. Many massage therapists recognize this and offer this modality. Deep tissue massage is commonly misunderstood and it can be unclear whether clients are requesting a deep tissue massage session or are asking for a massage with stronger pressure. Many clients often associate deep tissue massage with pain, hard or strong pressure, and often invasive massage techniques. Although there is a level of truth to this association, a good deep tissue session should not cause pain or discomfort. There may be a delayed onset of muscle soreness; however, any type of massage approach can cause this. Many schools often teach deep tissue massage as a technique that uses increased pressure to access the deeper layers of the tissues, often inadvertently overlooking the diverse applications of deep tissue massa…

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traditional pain management methods  Al Karama Dubai a| Massage Center | +971544832969Massage therapyhas long been used as an adjunct to traditional pain management methods: people intuitively massage areas of pain to make the area feel better. Research has shown elevated plasma β-endorphin levels following massage therapy,1 which may explain some of its pain-reducing properties. Theorists have postulated that massage therapy may decrease substance P levels during massage treatment, but controlled studies have not yet been performed. A systematic review of 22 articles on the effects of massage therapy on relaxation and comfort indicated significantly decreased anxiety or perception of tension in 8 of 10 articles; physiological relaxation was indicated in 7 of 10 articles; and 3 studies demonstrated it was effective at reducing pain

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Massage and the Stress Response  Al Karama Dubai a| Massage Center | +971544832969 Massage has long been seen as a way for people to decrease their stress levels. With the growing number of people seeking massage therapy care in recent years, it becomes increasingly important to understand if it is effective in managing the negative health consequences of stress. In this month's article review, we explore work from a team of experienced researchers who provided a review of the existing literature in this area.
Albert Moraska, Robin Pollini, Karen Boulanger, Marissa Brooks, and Lesley Teitlebaum in their 2008 article, "Physiological Adjustments to Stress Following Massage Therapy: A Review of the Literature," provided a critical evaluation of peer-reviewed research that had investigated the relationship between massage therapy and physiological measures of stress. The authors emphasized that reviews like this one are important to understanding the effectivenes…

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Anti-Aging facial massage  Al Karama Dubai a| Massage Center | +971544832969 In addition to feeling great, facial massage is a fast and simple way to improve circulation to the face, enhancing the skin's color and texture. Facial massage is also helpful for relieving stress, easing headaches, inducing relaxation and clearing sinus congestion. Professional facial massages are often expensive, but you can give someone a simple facial massage at home in just 10 minutes. A facial massage should not last longer than 20 minutes, according to Massage Therapy 101. Lengthy massages are more likely to stretch the facial muscles and irritate delicate facial tissue.

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Moroccan Scrub and Massage  Al Karama Dubai a| Massage Center | +971544832969 Enjoy some rest and relaxation with a visit to our Moroccan spa. Revel in a soothing hammam (bath), beautify yourself with essential Moroccan beauty products, including the renowned Argan oil, beldi soap and rhassoul, and experience a comforting body scrub and massage.
Traditionally, Moroccans visited their local hammam not only as a place for cleansing and recreation, but as a meeting place for people of all ages, ranks and stations to gather and socialise. Today, the Moroccan hammam retains its integral cultural role.

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Trigger Point Therapy  Trigger Point Therapy  Al Karama Dubai a| Massage Center | +971544832969 A trigger point is a tight area within muscle tissue that causes pain in other parts of the body. A trigger point in the back, for example, may produce referral pain in the neck. The neck, now acting as a satellite trigger point, may then cause pain in the head. The pain may be sharp and intense or a dull ache.
Trigger point massage therapy is specifically designed to alleviate the source of the pain through cycles of isolated pressure and release. In this type of massage for trigger point therapy, the recipient actively participates through deep breathing as well as identifying the exact location and intensity of the discomfort.