Stimulates metabolism, affects blood circulation and blood flow in the lymph nodes, tones muscle tone, has a calming effect on the nervous system, strengthens the immune system, stimulating the body against diseases. Cleanses the surface of the skin of dead cells. Leads to a pleasant feeling of relaxation.
- Muscle tension, muscle soreness;
- Decreased joint mobility;
- Wrong posture, poor posture;
- Tension headaches;
- Slow blood and lymph circulation;
- Circulatory disorders;
- Delayed intestinal peristalsis;
- Accumulation of fluids and residues in the body;
- Tired skin and dryness, wrinkles;
- Difficulty breathing;
- Weakness of the immune system;
- Mild increase in blood pressure;
- Feeling unwell, depressed;
- Sleep disorders;
- Nervousness, moderate stress;
- Mental imbalance;
- Fatigue from mental work;
- Decreased attention.
- acute heart, kidney and liver failure;
- tumors (even suspicion);
- fever (massage releases even more unwanted toxins into the body);
- lupus and emphysema;
- thyroid disease and too high or too low blood pressure;
- tuberculosis and others. infectious and inflammatory diseases (including inflammatory joints and organs);
- acute trauma, purulent wounds, bleeding, risk of thrombosis or embolism venous inflammation (massage may be performed in other areas);
- dilation of advanced blood vessels;
- pregnancy (no massage of the abdomen, during the first three months – risk of miscarriage);
- large birthmarks and hematomas in the massaged area;
- active mental states;
- some skin diseases (contact dermatitis, fungi);
- edema (lymphatic massage required);
- alcohol or drug intoxication.
- For all chronic and acute conditions and postoperatively
- consult a doctor.
After the massage, you should drink plenty of fluids and rest.
Leyla Lasberg Massaažiteraapia OÜ
Paldiski maantee 14-36, 10149 Tallinn, Estonia
Reg. nr.: 16215139