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Massage

Massage is one of the oldest forms of treatment. Massage acts on the body as a mechanical irritation, caused by such techniques as stroking, rubbing, kneading and vibration.

The effect of the massage is based on humoral reflex processes regulated by the central nervous system. The processes are complemented by local reactions in the tissues, which are the main mechanical effects of massage. The massage also affects the organs and organ systems that are associated with the reflector. Bleeding is encouraged by increasing exposure, toning muscles, normalizing or improving body functions in various situations. An adequate response to massage is a pleasant sensation of tissue warming, pain relief, and general well-being.

 

Massage for pregnant women

During pregnancy, expectant mothers experience various changes in the body, which cause both pleasant and slightly unpleasant sensations. Massage for pregnant women helps to balance emotions and physical sensations, improving the overall well-being of the mother.

The massage is based on the technique of light and caressing touches, which perfectly relax the body. Not only the expectant mother, but also the baby feels the sensations that massage gives.

 

Massage is recommended for:

  • backache,
  • collar tension,
  • sleep disturbances
  • swelling of the hands and feet.

You can simply pamper yourself and your little one with a pleasant event.

Talk to your doctor before massage.


Baby massage

Gentle touches and caresses are very important for the baby, because they help the baby to be aware of himself, his body, feel loved and safe. Consequently, the child's physical and emotional development proceeds harmoniously.

Massage has a beneficial effect on the function and development of the skin, muscles, joints, ligaments, ligaments, tendons, blood circulation, lymphatic and nervous systems of the child, therefore massage can help:

  • balance digestion,
  • balance of muscle tone
  • promote symmetrical development,
  • harmonize sleep and learn new movements.

 

Unless otherwise prescribed by the doctor, massage is recommended for a baby from the age of 3 months. The massage will be more pleasant if it can be arranged at a time when the baby is comfortable, has food and is time to sleep.

 

- Massage specialist Olga Stalmane (T, W, T)


You can sign up for consultations, group lessons and massage by calling 26623251, 2994606 or by e-mail možums AT mfd DOT lv.

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