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DIY Massages That You Can Do at Home
A massage is one of the few things in the world that heals both your mind and body, isn’t that right? No matter how dire the situation is, once you get that oh-so-good massage, it feels like everything around you is just... better.
Nothing beats the feeling of having a massage, because it combines science and other traditions passed down from generations to give you that holistic healing approach- improving your well-being physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. There are different kinds of massages that will provide you various benefits as well, and it’s important to know what massage suits you the best.
But how can you get that perfect massage without visiting your local spa or your favorite therapist? You can’t always splurge out and justify super-expensive massages as a way of life. Also, home massage tools can also give you the same level of relaxation- without burning a hole in your pocket!
Here is a list of DIY Massages that you can do at home:
(with the help of our ready-to-order massage equipment)
The most common type of massage, this is also known as the relaxation massage. It uses long smooth strokes, kneading, and circular movements on the whole body that are very gentle- perfect for relaxation or managing minor pain.
This massage is for you if you’re ticklish and sensitive, but you want to get rid of muscle tension in the most relaxing and painless way possible.
Boost oxygen levels to improve blood circulation
Light muscle tension relief for better flexibility
2. DEEP TISSUE
This massage provides more pressure, targeting deep layers of muscle tissues using slower strokes and intense kneading techniques. People tend to feel soreness of the body for a day after getting this treatment.
If you suffer from chronic body pain, currently recovering from an injury, or having recurring muscle problems in some parts of your body- it is recommended to get a Deep Tissue massage.
Manage chronic muscle pain easily for better over-all feeling
Tight muscle tension relief to enhance mobility
This treatment uses heat to relieve pain, and classified into two general types: most and dry therapy. The former penetrates muscle pain using baths, heating packs, and steaming towels while the latter create body moisture with the help of electric heat pads.
If you find warm massages more soothing, this kind of therapy will fit you best. It will open up your blood vessels easily and alleviate deep tissue injuries, inflammation, and stiffness all at once!
Reduce stiff and aching muscles & joints
Promote faster nutrient, oxygen, & hormone circulation
Designed for athletes, this massage type offers relief and relaxation using a variation of strokes to address specific muscle soreness and fatigue. It is heavily focused on certain body parts that are overused and stressed from repetitive movements and need the most attention for a faster recovery time.
If you have an active lifestyle and enjoy any kind of physical activity, this will help you build stronger muscles to prevent injury and enhance your over-all athletic performance.
Reduce risk for injuries
Quicker recovery from body pain
Derived from the Japanese word “finger pressure”, this traditional massage uses rhythmic sequence to eliminate blockages on acupuncture meridians, also known as “life-energy”. Each pressure point is held for at least five seconds to let the energy freely and maintain balance of the mind and body.
This is perfect for you if you want to take your massage to the next level to feel a new kind of relaxation and overall wellness. This is an excellent way to get rid of muscle tension and stress naturally.
Better emotion & stress management
Produce oxytocin, serotonin to improve mood
Deal with headaches naturally
Usually referred to as a foot massage, it is a lot more than meets the eye. This type of massage therapy believes that certain pressure points are connected to the organs and systems in the body. It uses firm pressure on different foot zones and reflex areas to maximize full body relaxation.
This is suitable for you if you need to relieve feet tension after standing up for long periods of time, and still want to get the most out of a massage therapy. Instead of getting just the normal treatment, it’s better to relax your whole body through a specialized foot massage!
Restore natural energy levels
Stimulate precise points for better organ function
Experience deep relaxation
Also known as aquatic massage, this treatment lets you relax with the help of water. It is definitely therapeutic, and it varies on temperature depending on the purpose of the massage. Cold water decreases muscle inflammation, swelling, and spasms while hot therapy activates sweat glands to loosen up joints and remove toxic wastes to alleviate body pain.
It is best for you if you find massages with water more comfortable relaxing. Let your body react to the temperature and pressure of the water to feel the positive effects of hydrotherapy through nerve relaxation.
Hydrates body cells to improve skin and muscle tone
Stimulates proper flow of blood supply
Overall, the best way to make the most out of your DIY home massages is to listen to your body and its needs. Experiment with different techniques and find out the kind of massage the suits you depending on your current health and mood. This way, you can have a relaxing experience and feel a whole lot better at the comfort of your own home without hiring a massage therapist... ever!