WHY YOU NEED AN AROMATHERAPY MASSAGE
WELL…WHAT IS AROMATHERAPY?
People have been practicing massage therapy for ages. Scientists have done research and found that massage therapy gives off soothing and therapeutic signals all over the body, generating a broad assortment of positive changes. Massage therapy is able to have an effect on all body systems, but it mainly helps the circulatory and nervous systems.
Aromatherapy has been around for years, and has been seen to be an ancient form of treatment. During the last century, experts have confirmed the healing traits of various essential oils. These oils have been used to treat burns and infections. Not only does it help physical healing, these oils also give many personal benefits.
Aromatherapy specialists offer many different essential oils, including:
Lavender and Rose: to reduce fear and anxiety
Orange blossom oil: tranquility
Peppermint or lemon: to help relieve nausea
Tea tree oil: to fight against infections
Rosemary oil: flexibility
Ginger or dwarf pine: to help pain
If aromatherapy is joined with massages, it can offer an extra amount of relaxation and healing. When patients inhale the oils it helps to relax them and get rid of stress. When the oils get massaged into their skin, they’re able to give relief from both pain and inflammation.
THE PAYBACK OF GETTING AN AROMATHERAPY MASSAGE
Loads of massage therapists make use of essential oils to work with their massage practice. Some people who suffer from depression might notice advancements when using aromatherapy in their existing systems of therapy and medication. Professionals think specific scents set off positive thoughts and feelings and might help to get rid of anxiety. Everybody has different relations with assorted scents.
Researchers have executed many different studies on aromatherapy. After this research, it’s been found that essential oils give a positive feeling to most people, especially pregnant women.
WHAT YOU SHOULD EXPECT
When looking into an aromatherapy massage, consider bringing along a favored scent, or scents, and ask if they’re able to use it during your massage. However, if you don’t have a preferred smell in mind, you can ask if your therapist can find one for you depending on your specific needs.
Prior to your massage, you should talk to your specialist about what you want out of the therapy session and how they can involve aromatherapy. Ask about how they plan to use the oils (in the massage on your skin, or in the air.)
After you and your therapists have discussed any questions or concerns, they’ll most likely leave you alone to undress. You have the ability to choose how much you want to leave on or take off, and they’ll work with your preference. Make sure you talk with your therapist during your experience and be sure to disclose any distress you might feel. Following your massage, make sure to stay hydrated and get some rest and try to keep a relaxed mind.
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