A Deep Tissue massage is separate and different and cannot be used for the entirety of a massage. This type of massage is for explicit problems that come along with persistent pain. This massage focuses on the area where the problem is occurring and the areas right around it. Deep Tissue can break up scar tissue and help frozen shoulder syndrome. It also works to get rid of any knots that may be present. However, sometimes the clients may feel a little bit uncomfortable or in pain during this massage as nerves are being released and tension is broken up. Although you may feel so slight pain, it should never be too bad and if it is for you make sure you let your therapist know.
The main difference between the two types of massages is the length and the speed. Deep tissue is supposed to be very slow and focused, and not used throughout the entire massage. It’s different because deep tissue is working on specific issues in the body and works to relieve them. Deep pressure on the other hand works with the entire body and doesn’t need to stay on a certain area for long periods of time.
If you are experiencing pain or tension you should consider getting a massage. If you’re looking for a long, all over tension relief then ask about the deep pressure massage. However, if you’re having a problem and want it cleared up, the deep tissue massage is better for you and will make sure it takes care of the problem entirely.
Although they may seem pretty similar and even sound similar, the two types of massages are different in a lot of ways. Deep pressure can be used throughout the massage and is normally used before a deep tissue massage to act as a warm up and prepare the muscles. Deep pressure helps to release muscle tension within the first few layers and help get rid of any pain. Deep pressure involves five different techniques to help relieve any pain or tension. The amount of pressure used can vary from light to deep depending on the person and what they want. Customers can unwind and not feel any pain from the pressure unless there is a bump or bruise on the area.
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