De-stress Back, Neck & Shoulder Massage

De-stress Back, Neck & Shoulder Massage

We understand that everyone carries stress differently. That's why our De-stress Massage is tailored to address your unique needs, ensuring a personalized experience that goes beyond the surface.

Experience the soothing touch of our skilled therapists as they expertly target areas prone to stress, such as your back, neck, and shoulders. Allow the calming ambiance to envelop you, transporting you to a state of deep relaxation.

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Individuals with Tension and Stress

If you carry stress in your back, neck, and shoulders due to work, lifestyle, or other factors, this massage is tailored to target those specific areas, providing relief and relaxation.

Office Workers

Perfect for those who spend long hours sitting at a desk or working on a computer. It helps alleviate muscle stiffness, improve posture, and release tension accumulated from prolonged periods of sitting.

Anyone in Need of Relaxation

Whether you're seeking a brief escape from a hectic schedule or simply want to prioritize self-care, this massage is an invitation to relaxation and rejuvenation for everyone.

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Muscle Tension Relief

Targeted massage techniques focus on the back, neck, and shoulders, helping to release built-up tension and alleviate muscle stiffness.

Stress Reduction

The massage promotes relaxation, triggering the release of endorphins, which are natural mood enhancers. This, in turn, helps reduce stress and anxiety levels.

Headache and Migraine Relief

Many headaches and migraines are associated with tension in the neck and shoulders. This massage can help alleviate such tension, potentially reducing the frequency and intensity of headaches.

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Relative contraindication

  • Certain Medications:Clients on certain medications, such as blood thinners or medications affecting blood pressure, may require medical clearance.
  • Pregnancy Complications:While massage can be beneficial during pregnancy, certain complications (such as preeclampsia or a history of preterm labor) may contraindicate massage.
  • Open Wounds or Burns:Massaging over open wounds, recent surgical incisions, or burns may be contraindicated to prevent infection or further injury.
  • Severe Respiratory Conditions:Conditions like severe asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) may be aggravated by certain massage techniques.

Absolute contraindication

  • Fever:Massage may increase circulation and body temperature, which can be problematic for someone with a fever.
  • Contagious Illness:If a client has a contagious illness or skin condition, it's best to avoid massage to prevent the spread of infection.
  • Acute Injuries:Recent injuries, such as fractures, sprains, or strains, may require time to heal before massage can be considered.
  • Severe Hypertension:Uncontrolled high blood pressure may be exacerbated by massage, so it's crucial to obtain medical clearance before proceeding.
  • Severe Cardiovascular Conditions:Conditions such as recent heart attack, heart failure, or thrombosis may require medical approval before massage.
  • Infectious Skin Conditions:Conditions like ringworm, impetigo, or other contagious skin disorders may be worsened or spread through massage.
  • Severe Edema:In cases of severe edema (fluid retention), massage could potentially worsen the condition. Medical clearance may be necessary.
  • Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT):Massage may dislodge a blood clot, so it's generally contraindicated for individuals with a history of DVT.

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30 min



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