Monday, May 19, 2014


Massage has been around for centuries, and archaeological proofs from over 4,000 years ago were found in different civilizations in the different continents.

The word “Massage” comes from the French massage "friction of kneading", or from Arabic massa meaning "to touch, feel or handle" or from Latin massa meaning "mass, dough", cf. Greek verb μάσσω (massō) "to handle, touch, to work with the hands, to knead dough". In distinction the ancient Greek word for massage was anatripsis, and the Latin was frictio.  (Taken from Wikipedia)
By the Chinese medicine, the massage can cure and treat body injuries.
Evidence of use of massage and the development of the Thai Massage are showing it was existed in the years of 500bc, and combined acupressure, reflexology and assisted yoga postures.
In the Middle-Ages the massage made its way from Rome to Persia, including the Greeks and other countries that were influenced by the Renaissance. 

From the 19th century massage has become very popular in Europe and the United States. With science and education, methods have improved, up to the point that now they can target specific areas such as joint, muscles or other pressure points, and help with relive of pain, alignment, and over-whole physical and mental feeling.
Different methods focus on different body parts and solutions. 

Massage stimulates the blood circulation, and allows the cells, muscles, joints and other body parts to function better on regular basis, and help in the body's natural healing abilities. The massage process requires engaging with the skin and reaching under it to the muscles.
In addition to the great physical improvement, massage provides a soothing and relaxing mental period, which commonly help the receiver overcome stress and psychosomatics problems. When a soothing touch is applied to the skin, messages are sent to the brain to relax the body and release endorphins, the body's natural painkillers. Rubbing the muscles and tissues of the body also help to work out any stiffness or tension that is stored in the body to improve flexibility and movement.
Massage is also useful for stimulating the lymphatic system to boost the immune system and get rid of toxins in the body.
So there’s no doubt a good massage can help you heal your mind and body faster and better.

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