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We provide Professional massage at Home over all the Algarve. Every time you are on holidays in warm Algarve, Portugal. We will be happy to visit you with best Massage Therapists for Beauticians. But for now, you can read about Therapeutic Massage vs Deep Tissue. Therapeutic massage is a general term that describes any type of massage modality that helps relieve pain, reduce stress, and work on a specific problem—such as a frozen shoulder. People tend to assume therapeutic massage means deep tissue massage, and that they will get a very strong massage. But this is not always the case. Deep tissue massage is great at breaking down scar tissue and getting your blood circulating, but it may not be what you need on a particular day. A good therapist will apply the specific techniques and the right amount of pressure to address your need, and sometimes that’s a lighter touch. Types of Therapeutic Massage There are several different types of therapeutic massage in addition to deep tissue massage, such as: neuromuscular massage myofascial massage trigger point therapy sports massage Many therapists will use a combination of techniques depending on what your body needs. In addition, therapists will often take additional classes in different techniques. You can see our therapists specialties by clicking their bios. Benefits of Deep Tissue Massage Most of our clients are interested in deep tissue massage, and that makes sense because it is a great way to manage pain. Deep tissue massage—as well as the other therapeutic massage methods—can give you a lot of relief from chronic pain. Many of our clients come in for frozen shoulder treatment and neck pain—two side effects of working on computers all day. Deep Tissue Side Effects Many people want to know what the side effects of deep tissue massage are. That’s a great question, and it varies from person to person—and it can even vary for you depending on what’s going on in your body the day you get a massage. Typically, people may feel more muscle soreness for a day or two after the massage, especially if the therapist gives you a strong massage. A deep tissue massage shouldn’t cause horrible pain—and if it does you need to tell your therapist you need less pressure. However, if they’ve been working your muscles, you will probably feel it as the toxins leave your body. Another side effect is a feeling of disorientation when the massage is over (we call it massage drunk). You may be a little light headed and out of it. That’s very normal. Just sit in the lobby and drink some water until the feeling passes! You’ll usually be fine in 10 to 15 minutes. Finally, a deep tissue massage will leave you dehydrated. That’s why your therapist gives you water when it’s over. It is very important to drink plenty of water after a therapeutic massage. Where to Get Deep Tissue Massage in Algarve. Our company, specialize in deep tissue massage, sports deep tissue massage. We offer deep tissue massage in Sagres, Lagos, Portimão, Albufeira, Quarteira, Faro, Olhão, Tavira and over all the Algarve. Our contacts: 963 531 684

BENEFITS OF GOLF MASSAGE Prevents Injuries. In golf, as with any other sport, there’s always a chance for injury. Fortunately, massage is a great way to lower your risk. Regular sessions can help reduce spasms and scar tissue and relieve trigger points. When your muscles are relaxed, they are less likely to suffer strains or tears while playing. In addition, your Tampa Bay Sports Massage therapist will also be able to detect small adhesions and work them out before becoming a serious issue. Improves Posture When it comes to golf, good posture is critical for better performance. Golf and fitness massage therapy can reduce the muscle tightness that causes postural imbalances, helping the body assume correct position. Improved posture will not only improve your golf swing but also reduce the risk of elbow injuries –like the dreaded golf elbow - and tendonitis. Increases Range of Motion & Flexibility. Golfers often experience tightness in the forearms, shoulders, lower back, and hips due to overuse of playing. Golf massage is effective at loosening and stretching stiff joints and muscles, thus creating a more fluid motion in the golf swing. Regular massage, combined with daily stretching, will improve your range of motion and flexibility as well as increase your power and performance. GOLF MASSAGE CONCENTRATES ON RELAXING THE BACK, HAMSTRINGS, HIP FLEXORS, SHOULDERS, AND WRISTS TO CREATE A BIGGER SHOULDER TURN, BETTER HIP AND BACK FLEXIBILITY, AND A MORE POWERFUL TORQUE AND HIGHER FINISH. Pain Relief. It should come as no surprise, but the force and repetitive movement used in a golf swing can result in muscle soreness and spasms – both of which can be extremely painful. Deep tissue massage therapy can help lengthen and relax the contracted muscle and provide much-needed relief to soreness. Improves Circulation. Another great benefit to golf massage is its ability to improve blood flow around the body. Good circulation helps prevent the buildup of toxins in the muscles, which left untreated, can cause muscle pain and stiffness. The rhythmic strokes and pressure used in massage releases the accumulation of toxins and helps oxygenated blood get to your sore muscles, allowing them to recover faster. Improves Mental Focus. In every sport, mental toughness always plays a role. When that key putt is on the line, too much stress, anxiety, and pressure can negatively affect your game and cause you to lose focus. Stress can also result in the involuntary clenching of muscles, which is counterproductive for golfers who need their swing to be as fluid as possible. Massage therapy is a great way to relax your mind, thus helping your muscles and improving your overall game. IS THERE A TIME I SHOULDN’T GET A GOLF MASSAGE? Great question! Our South Tampa massage therapists generally recommend you book your golf massage at least 48 hours prior to tee time. If you book an appointment too close to playing, you could be too sore to play, or your muscles won’t perform at their best. Close to tee time? Try a standing forward bend stretch. Golfers can try this stretch before hitting the links, putting green, or in between holes as needed. Here’s how to make the most of the stretch: Standing up straight (chin up!) feet together with your shoulders relaxed. Reach arms behind your back and interlock fingers. Lift your shoulders towards your ears and lift your hands away from the back. Slowly bend forward at the waist. Your back should be flat, not rounded. As far as your body allows, bend forward and lift your hands above your head as far forward as comfortable. Hold for 10-20 seconds and release. Repeat two to three times. When in a full standing forward bend stretch, you may feel slight tension in your hamstrings and/or in your shoulders. If the tension is too much, reduce the angle of your back. Don’t extend beyond your ability. With proper form, you can release tension in your back and shoulders so you can get back in alignment for your golf strokes. MASSAGE FOR GOLFERS As you can see, there are many benefits of golf massage. Feel the difference that golf and fitness massage at Tampa Bay Sports & Medical Massage can make for your game! To speak with a specialist, call us at +(351) 963 531 684. We’re happy to answer your massage questions. Of course, questions are welcome during your session too; Book your appointment for a golf sports massage today!

PHYSICALLY SPEAKING: RECOVERY MASSAGE August 22, 2021 Recovery massage focuses on three key areas: Restoration of the whole body Prevention from injury through early identification and treatment of problem areas Preparation of the mind and body for competition or training Understanding why, how and when to have a recovery massage is an important aspect of your preparation and performance in tennis. WHY? Recovery Massage: Increases blood and lymph circulation helping muscles to recover Decreases muscle soreness and shortens recovery time by removing waste products Helps muscle endurance and power output when playing multiple matches • Reduces muscle fatigue Restores/improves flexibility Helps calm the nervous system and relaxes the body Helps prevent injuries HOW? "Flushing" is not a massage method. It is the result of the combination of techniques Recovery massage may include the following techniques: Longitudinal strokes: Method: Initially, the stroke is applied slowly and with light pressure. It is a long flowing, broad stroke to warm the soft tissues and help with relaxation. The stroke provides sensory feedback to the therapist about areas of soft tissue tightness or restrictions that may require treatment to reduce the risk of injury. The stroke is then applied gradually to deeper levels. Results: 1. Helps to realign muscle fibres for stretch and allows them to contract and relax without restriction. 2. Reduces inflammation and supports muscle regeneration. 3. Blood flow and lymphatic drainage can be improved. Kneading: Method: A rhythmical lifting, rolling and squeezing technique of tissues. Results: Encourages a reflexive relaxation of the muscles and connective tissue softening. Compressions: Method: This technique can be applied broadly across a muscle or group of muscles. Results: Encourages blood circulation, connective tissue softening and muscle relaxation when applied at a superficial level. Longitudinal strokes should follow compression strokes to further encourage tissue alignment and blood flow. Broad Cross Fibre Friction: Method: Applied across a muscle or group of muscles, the aim is to separate the muscle and fascial (tissue) adhesions that may have restricted blood flow. Results: Improves nutrient supply to the muscles which helps speed post exercise muscle repair. Vibration or Shaking: Method: Gentle shaking to assess the soft tissues mobility. Results: Further relaxes the soft tissues and allows them to move more easily. Light Stretching: Method: Lengthening and elongating the muscle fibres in a controlled way, using a variety of methods. Results: Relaxes the muscles and improves flexibility. Ice Massage: Method: Rubbing an ice bag or ‘ice in a cup’ over the skin. Results: When the cold is removed, blood, which is full of nutrients, floods back into the area and re-oxygenates the tissues. Cools soft tissues, minimises inflammation and promotes healing. Other techniques may be applied depending on what you and the massage therapist discover about the condition of your body in the recovery massage session. WHEN? When receiving a recovery massage remember the following: Schedule the massage 1-3 hours after your match or training (practice/fitness). Ideally, recovery massage is most effective 30-60 minutes post-match, or post training, but no longer than 24 hours later. A recovery massage can be completed within 15-30 minutes, depending on the area. If specific areas require treatment, this can be carried out immediately after the recovery massage or at a later time and preferably no later than the next day. Recovery massage is not deep tissue. Lighter long flowing strokes are used to align soft tissue fibres, promote blood flow and lymph drainage, quiet the nervous system and slow the breathing, relaxing the whole body. 4. Be actively involved in your massage sessions. Recovery massage is an ‘awareness’ time for you. Use this time to ‘tune in’ to your body and provide feedback to the massage therapist. Understand what your body is telling you. How have you coped physically, mentally and emotionally with the challenges of competition and life on the road? Developing self-awareness may help you to understand your specific and individual requirements and your state of readiness to perform. Turn off your phone! Have some proper ‘time out’ and be fully engaged with the therapy process. Psychological benefits, including greater calmness, can result in insight and focus when you allow yourself to pay attention to your body and the massage. This will help your tennis performance. Always use a qualified and experienced sports massage therapist. They have your goal in mind. Correct application will assist your recovery and prepare you for the next match. The WTA offers certified massage therapists at each event. Massage therapy treatment works best in conjunction with adequate hydration, a tennis specific nutritional regime, regular stretching, psychological relaxation and mindfulness methods and a minimum of 7-9 hours’ sleep each night. Together these assist the restorative processes for the tennis player. When properly rested, the body can perform optimally during training and competition. To speak with a specialist, call us at +(351) 963 531 684. We’re happy to answer your MASSAGE QUESTIONS. Of course, questions are welcome during your session too; Book your appointment today!


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