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Full Body Massage

Full Body Massage

A full-body massage is a luxurious experience. There’s no better reward after a long week, stressful day, or just to treat yourself. A holistic, all-encompassing journey that can leave you feeling energised, motivated and deeply restored. A full body massage will consist of:

  • Head – normally including the temples, crown, occipital muscles and scalp.
  • Neck – including the nape and trapezius
  • Shoulders – along the collar bones, shoulder blades and into the upper back.
  • Arms
  • Hands
  • Upper and lower back – the lower back is where most people suffer from stubborn tension and experience tightness, stiffness or pain.
  • Legs – including the buttocks, glutes, thighs and calves
  • Feet

What To Expect from a Jasmine Full Body Massage

  • Your therapist will use the full body to deliver the massage experience, working on all areas
  • The massage will begin by warming up the body, likely starting at the shoulders neck and back
  • If a particular area needs more specific focus the routine will be adjusted accordingly
  • Communication is vital in physical therapy, so let your therapist know how you feel about the areas they’re focusing on and the pressure being applied
  • You’ll typically be asked to turn over halfway through the massage, but don’t worry – your modesty is preserved at all times
  • Once you’ve flipped over, the focus changes to your shoulders, arms, thighs and muscles on the front of the body – this may include a pectoral massage for males
  • Your therapist will finish the massage by rounding it all out, with small pressure being used to balance and ground you
  • The massage generally finishes at the head and scalp, and rounding it out with gentle pressure on the temples

Benefits Of Full Body Massage

  • Relaxes and refreshes tired or knotted muscles
  • Increases blood circulation
  • Stimulates deep circulation, both of blood and lymph which helps your body to heal, and generally work more efficiently
  • Encourages your body to produce endorphins – the natural chemicals in your body that make you feel happy