Who feels tired after a tough week?
Have you been tired or exhausted for some time?
Do you have a lack of energy to face your daily life?
These conditions are experienced by many people who like to fill their day with activities or tasks to do. Still, if you don’t relax or take care of yourself, this fatigue could turn into chronic stress or extreme depression and thus force you to take a prolonged and unwanted break in your life.
Why not have it on your to-do list for the month? Take 90 minutes to receive a relaxing massage at your home and recharge your physical and emotional batteries?
Why choose a relaxing massage for your whole body?
At Spa Mobile, our massage therapists only use high-end oils and products for your massage all over your body to hydrate and soothe your skin.
They begin to work on your back by massaging the tension from the lower back to the shoulders and neck. They then focus on your arms, hands, legs and feet, before asking you to turn around to massage again on the front of your arms, legs and chest and finally on your head and scalp.
While massages of the head, neck, or shoulders can help relieve tension in problem areas, it is often more effective to seek a full-body relaxation massage, as fatigue is likely to be found in several places. In your body.
For this reason, if you are looking for a treatment that truly brings you complete well-being and relaxation, we recommend that you go for a 90-minute relaxing massage for your whole body and thus relax until you are. Ready to face the world again and feel completely rejuvenated.
What are the lesser-known benefits of receiving a full massage?
A relaxing massage all over your body is a real pleasure in a restful atmosphere. But what most people don’t know is that even though you are in a state of total relaxation, your body goes into a fully activated mode during a massage.
It stimulates your nervous system, awakens your muscles, organs and glands, moves blood and lymph, and increases the number of cells to produce and release chemicals and hormones. Your body needs a fully relaxing massage to renew itself and reverse the effects of fatigue.
Here is a small list of the lesser-known benefits of relaxing massage all over your body:
1. Relaxation of your nervous system
When you relax, your nervous system goes into rest and digestion mode. If you have areas of pain and tension in your body, they may result from pressure on the nerves from tight muscles. Relaxing massage can relieve them.
A relaxed nervous system means that hormone production will balance out. The production of stress hormones such as corticosteroids decreases as wellness hormones like endorphins increase. The hormones that regulate wake/sleep cycles, menstrual cycles, immune cells, blood sugar, and even the amount of food you eat all respond positively to the relaxation that comes with a full body massage.
2. Refresh your skin
The light rubbing of your massage therapist’s hands along with the massage lotion and oil causes a gentle exfoliation, allowing fresh skin cells to emerge.
3. Lymphatic detoxification
The lymphatic system is crucial for balancing fluid and the function of your immune system. Lymph vessels run parallel to blood vessels throughout your body, and large groups of lymph nodes are found in the neck, armpits, and groin.
While your massage therapist works to move blood through muscles and tissues, she drains the lymphatic system, where lymph nodes filter out dead cells, wastes, and potential pathogens. Slow lymphatic flow contributes to water retention, and drainage from the lymphatic system can reduce edema in some parts of the body.
4. Musculoskeletal well-being
Your muscles are like sponges when they contract, blood and lymph fluid are expelled, and when they relax, fresh blood enters, providing fresh nutrition, oxygen and immune cells. Your massage therapist may also incorporate stretching and amplitude movements into the relaxing massage, which mobilizes the joints and puts beneficial strain on your muscles, ligaments, and tendons.
5. Stimulation of the digestive system
Fatigue and stress affect the digestive system, and a full-body massage can have a very healthy effect on how your body processes food and nutrients. The nervous system regulates your digestion, producing necessary chemicals (like saliva, gastric juice, and insulin) and stimulating food flow through your intestines.
When food moves smoothly through the digestive system, your stomach, gallbladder, pancreas, and intestines work together for maximum nutrient absorption, supporting your overall well-being.
6. Improved blood supply to bones
Did you know that your bones are also vascularized and enjoy the same benefits of massage as your muscles?
Blood flow supplies calcium and other minerals to your bones to support their strength and function, so your skeletal system receives a major boost from massage.
7. Improved breathing
Your massage therapist may ask you to take a deep breath at the start of the massage.
Unrestricted breathing is one of the fastest ways to reduce fatigue and stress, and your first breath on the massage table can become a sigh of relief. In addition to the diaphragm, there are muscles in your ribs, chest, and neck that help with breathing.
8. A healthy heart
A relaxing full-body massage is also good for your heart.
The dilation of the veins produced by the massage increases your venous return, which in turn increases blood flow and oxygen supply to all of your organs. Your entire cardiovascular system relaxes, and circulation throughout your body improves.
Activating the nervous system’s digestive and rest mode helps regulate blood pressure and heart rate.
What to expect from a full body massage?
Here is the general procedure for performing your full body massage.
1. Before getting on the massage table
Your Spa Mobile massage therapist settles in your favourite space. She always brings her own gear, so you don’t have to provide anything. Their massage therapist tool kit includes the massage table, towels or sheets, massage oil, and usually little extras like oils, music, aromas, candles, incense or a Streamer.
If you have any allergies or special requests, don’t forget to let us know when booking so that they can be taken into account beforehand. If you forget, your massage therapist will consult you anyway before the massage.
2. Once on the massage table
Your massage therapist begins by warming the body, probably starting with the shoulders, neck and back. If you have specified an area that requires more concentration, she will adjust her routine accordingly.
Keep in mind that your massage therapist is there to help, so never be afraid to speak during the massage. Communication is the key to therapy, so let her know how you feel about the pressure and the areas she focuses on.
You will usually be asked to turn around halfway through the massage. Don’t panic; your modesty is always preserved! Your massage therapist will drape you properly to make sure you are never exposed. After you turn around, she can focus her attention on your shoulders, arms, thighs, and muscles in the front of your body.
This can include a pectoral massage for men. As for women, massage therapists are trained professionals, but they are not doctors, so don’t ask for a breast exam.
3. The last step of your full body massage
The massage therapist finishes the massage with a little pressure which is used to balance and anchor you.
This is usually done by ending the head and scalp massage, rounding it with light pressure on the temples.
Your massage therapist will let you know when she has finished the massage. It won’t leave your leg halfway through a stretch or halfway down the back. A full body massage is a whole experience, so we know that ending on a short note can take you out of the experience.
4. How you feel after a full body massage
At the end of your message, you should feel deeply restored. You’ll probably want to go to bed or take a hot bath.
No doubt you will be smiling, and you won’t realize how tense you are until everything slackens. You can feel a surge of energy, an increase in productivity and creativity, and generally great well-being.
Over the next 24 to 48 hours, you will have increased mobility and flexibility, better balance and more energy.
Do I have to undress for a full body massage?
For a full-body massage, you can choose to keep your pants on or be completely naked. You will find that most massage therapists are very good at protecting your modesty and making you feel comfortable without ever showing anything you don’t want.
Your massage therapist will explain how much to take off, give you a towel to cover you up, and then leave the room as you get ready. She will knock a few minutes later before coming back for therapy. She then only discovers the pieces she is working on.
If you go for a full body massage, will it literally be your whole body?
A full-body massage doesn’t have to include your sensitive areas. You can tell which parts of your body you don’t want to be affected.
A full body massage usually includes your arms, legs, hands and feet, neck and back, stomach, and buttocks. The area around the breasts is usually massaged, but the breasts themselves are not. You can always tell you hate having your chest or butt or anything touched.
If you’re not at all sure, try booking a back, neck, and shoulder massage first to see how comfortable you are with being touched in those areas. If all goes well, next time, you can book a full body massage.
Even with a full-body massage, most of you are covered most of the time. For example, your massage therapist will unroll your arm and shoulder or uncover your leg while massaging this part of your body. When she needs you to turn around, she will hold the towel like a screen so you can turn around in private.
Choose massage therapists who are attentive to your situation.
If you want a unique massage to relax or free yourself from your pain, discomfort, or suffering, isn’t it wise and sensible to turn to massage therapists who know what you are doing? Live?