Massage Belgrade – Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage Belgrade uses firm pressure to reach deeper layers of muscle and fascia. It’s used for areas such as a neck, back, leg muscle, and shoulders. Deep tissue massage Belgrade uses many of the same movements and techniques as Swedish massage, but isn’t the same as having a regular massage with deep pressure. It is more focused to break up scar tissue and physically break down muscle “knots” or adhesions.

At the beginning of the Deep tissue massage Belgrade, pressure is lighter, but then deep, gliding pressure is  applied along the length of the muscle fibers using the elbow, forearm, knuckles, and thumbs.

Benefits of Deep Tissue Massage Belgrade

Deep tissue massage Belgrade offers stress relief, eases pain, makes movement easier, can lower heart rate and blood pressure. It focuses on a specific problem, such as low back pain, limited mobility, recovery from injuries, repetitive strain injury, postural problems, muscle tension, osteoarthritis pain, sports conditions like piriformis syndrome, tennis elbow, fibromyalgia, upper back or neck pain.

Kinetico Massage Belgrade offers deep tissue massage. Your Deep Tissue Massage Belgrade Therapist will mainly massage the affected individual muscle fibers of muscles in their contracted state. Massage will flow in the direction of the muscle fibers or across them. You may feel sore after a deep tissue massage. Apply ice to the areas where deep work was performed. You should feel better in a day or two, however, if you become concerned, please give us a call.

Will Deep Tissue Massage Hurt?

At certain points during the massage, you may feel some discomfort, but You should tell your massage therapist if you feel pain during the massage. The Kinetico therapist will adjust the pressure.

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Warnings

Deep tissue massage Belgrade may not be safe for people with blood clots ( thrombophlebitis or deep vein thrombosis). In this case It is essential that you consult your doctor first.

Recent surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, or any other medical procedure may be couterindication for massage. Also osteoporosis, massage directly over bruises, inflamed or infected skin, skin rashes, unhealed or open wounds, tumors, abdominal hernia, fragile bones, or areas of recent fractures.