Full Body Swedish Massage Routine‌

Swedish Massage Routine Arms

The arms tension is often held in the arms as they are commonly used for many day-to-day tasks, for example, typing driving, and many sporting activities.

the client may find it difficult to relax their hands and arms, and as a result, may try to bear their weight; therefore the therapist must make sure that they fully support the arm.

Particularly during passive movements, the therapist may gently shake the client’s arm, before beginning the massage to try to help them relax using alternate hands to cover the whole arms six times including the deltoid. The bicep and tricep muscles supporting the wrist must be around the carpals six times.

with the thumbs some need between the metacarpals little finger to thumb. Some need on the joint of the phalanges, little finger to thumb, gentle pulling on the finger. The little finger to the thumb turns th hand over the thumb and needs to be thinner and hyper thenar eminence while supporting the hand kneading.

Down from the elbow Super Trofeo lymph nodes to the carpal effleurage in between we have to perform some passive movements supporting the wrists.

Rotate the hand clockwise three times very slowly reverse, and turn the hand anti-clockwise three times, very slowly, flex and extend.

Wrist support is crucial for proper movement of joint. During this exercise the client should place their hand on the opposite shoulder twice, opening up the back of the arm. Next, Palma should repeat the triceps stretch six times, making sure to keep the movement rapid and light to avoid pinching any tissue. Finally, Faraj should use alternating hands to stretch the entire arm, including the deltoid, bicep, and tricep muscles, six times each.

Massage – Basic Swedish Techniques for the Leg


 we’re going to be demonstrating basic Swedish massage techniques. you have your partner set up on the table and the supine or lying on their back position, and you’re going to start by applying the lubricant when applying lubricant, it’s best to keep in contact.

The person’s body and bring the lubricant to your hand rather than your hand to the lubricant. just provides additional flow and continuity to the massage. The terms that are used in Swedish massage are French in origin.

The first technique is what’s referred to as effleurage or long-flowing strokes effleurage. Designed to increase circulation of both blood and lymph, pushing it through the tissues and back towards the heart, and you can see I have the proper stance.

I’m using gravity, my body weight, and body mechanics to do most of the work. when doing effleurage or any Swedish massage technique, do not be afraid or concerned about putting too much pressure on your partner.

The following technique is what’s referred to as Petris sage, and again I have the proper stance. my back is straight and petrissage is also known as kneading, if any of you out there have worked with kneading dough or working with clay, you can better identify with this.

There are variations of petrissage which are referred to as wringing. which can be done with the thumbs next to the hand, or the thumbs spread out and away from the rest of the hand. It is best to always go back to your basic effleurage stroke in between. 

All of the other techniques that will be demonstrated today are effleurage, which is your transition stroke. the next technique is a variation of effleurage, it’s referred to as spreading. This is done with the palms of the hands going away from each other, compressing the muscles, and the other soft. 

the tissue between your hands, this can be done with the palms of the hands. It can also be done with the knuckles for a loose fist.

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