Foot reflexology traces back to Egyptian and Chinese practices which only became more and more popular as time passed. One of the main benefits of foot reflexology is that it is quick and effective. You don’t need to find yourself covered in oil which then requires a time-consuming bath or shower afterwards. You can simply step out in your comfortable clothes to the nearest spa. Foot massages are generally cream massages which are often followed by a dry massage for the back, neck, head before ending with some energising stretches, offering a great combination of relaxation and rejuvenation. It helps to improve your reflexes, as well as increasing your concentration at work.
A foot massage is also the best way to increase blood circulation and can help to remove the fatigue from your body. Although the concentration area is the foot, the pressure points present in the foot have an effect on the entire body, providing a holistic approach towards feeling pampered. So what are you waiting for? Just get comfortable, sip a nice green tea while sitting back and relaxing with a good foot massage.
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Time to Sit Back and Relax
Life can be tough however, no matter how difficult things get it’s always important to look after yourself and at times put yourself first. If you’re on your toes the whole day working round the clock, it’s vital to take time out and treat yourself to some care and attention. Foot massages or foot reflexology is one of the best ways to de-stress and trust us, your feet definitely need that care.
Difference between Swedish and Deep Tissue Massage
Swedish and deep tissue massages are two of the most common types of massage therapies available. Both come with a number of different benefits. Although both of the therapies make use of the same strokes, they have different benefits and vary greatly when it comes to the use of pressure.