10 Effects of Swedish Massage


Sweety massage recommendation

1) Definition
Swedish massage was a technique designed by Pehr Henrik Ling (1778–1839) of Sweden in the early 19th century, combining the active movements of medical gymnastics systems in the 18th century with passive movements of long-slip stroke, kneeling, and friction.
Since then, massage techniques combined with these movements have become popular in Europe, and have been developed and popularized by Kellogg (1852-1943), Michigan, and Graham in the mid-19th century, adding tapotation and vibration techniques. In the United States, these massage techniques are called swaddish massage in the aesthetic field and massage field, and in Europe, they are called classical massage and have been taught as basic massage methods.
Many massage techniques today deal with soft tissue in the body for therapeutic purposes, stress, and mental stability, and use the hands to handle the most effective body.

2) Five moves of a swedish
· Effleurage (Stroking) – Police Act, Patting
· Petrissage (Kneading) – Bidding, kneading
· Friction – Rigging, Friction
· Vibration – Vibration, shaking
· Tapotment (Percussion) – Hautomation, tapping

3) Purpose
The purpose is to relax nerves, muscles, and fascia tissues by applying pressure to muscles to improve muscles and skeletal systems, help circulation of blood and lymph, control the flow of veins, and provide directions to send blood to the heart.

4) Effects
· nervous system stability
· Promote circulation of blood and lymph
· Increased metabolism and increased immunity
· Muscle pain relief
· relief from edema
· to stabilize the muscles and flex the joints
· Improves blood circulation and promotes intestinal activity in the body
· prevention of muscle stiffness
· It improves the flow of blood and nutrients in tissue cells
· Fat burning and skin condition improvement

Deep tissue

◆ Deep tissue massage

1) Definition
Muscle deep tissue tip tissue massage (DTM) is a connective tissue massage in the Bindgewebs massage system, which can be defined as deep tissue therapy, the founder of rolling, and deep muscle massage.

2) Purpose
The fundamental goal of deep tissue massage is to improve human connective tissue (skin, muscle, fascia, skeletal, organ, nerve, and vascular) function and to maintain correct muscle and skeletal posture with the aim of integrating body structure, and to complete flexible and smooth movement by eliminating construction of limited muscle joints.
Deep tissue massage also contains the meaning of strong therapy, which does not mean “hard” or “painful” therapy for the subject, which means “powerful” in terms of effectiveness.

3) Effects
· Improve human structural support and motility
· Supply of oxygen and nutrients in tissues
· Promote systemic blood and lymphatic circulation
· removal of fluid congestion and edema
· Improve tissue elasticity and tension
· Fascial tenderness point decomposition and pain extinction
· Increased fascial tension and mobility
· Rapid exfoliation of waste substances in the fascia
· Muscle Gravity and Skeletal Asymmetric Body Shape Arrangement
· Over-fat tissue combustion decomposition and tissue rearrangement

4) 4) TISSUE
Tissue means tissue in Korean, which means a group of cells of the same type gathered for a special purpose. There are four main types of human tissues (상 epithelium tissue ephemeral tissue 육 muscle tissue mechanical tissue 신경 nerve tissue verbose tissue 결합 connective tissue).



◆ Sheachu

1) Definition
It originated from traditional Chinese handwriting therapy and was later spread and systematized in Japan, and recently spread around the world around Japan, and Hsiaqiu refers to the traditional treatment technology of the Japanese people, meaning “pressing with fingers.” Siachu is a very different type of hand therapy from Western massage, which moves smoothly through massage or light friction with skilled hand movements and is a method of reviving human natural healing and physical strength by adding elasticity to weakened cells without using drugs.

2) Purpose
In Shihachu, Japan, there is an effective treatment point, tsubo. Tsubo refers to a number of points in the human body, which is a strong and effective treatment point for shiatsu. Tsubo is thought to be a place where a person’s joints are bent, stretched, turned, or moved here and there, where tendons, pain, pain, and pleasure are felt, and each of them is connected to internal tissues or organs through a passage called meridian. The final goal (enemy) of Hsiaqiu can be said to be to increase the natural healing power of the human body by balancing meridian.

3) Effects
· Blood control and cell activation (work history, chronic fatigue, arthritis)
· Pain effect (neuropathy, disc, headache)
· Neurostabilization and excitatory inhibitory effects (depression, mental illness, heart disease)
· Effects of cell nutrition and absorption capacity
· Diet effects (stimulating circulation and excretory meridians and cell light layers)
· Various hormonal control and strengthening effects (polymelase activity wrapped in cell membrane)