Hot Stone Massage

By: Amber Complementary Therapy  06/04/2014
Keywords: massage, Massage Therapy, Massage Services

The localized placement of heat on a particular area increases circulation of fluids, and can assist in alleviating organ congestion. When placed along certain points on the body, hot stones can assist in removing energy blockages that lead to the development of disease, illness and cancers. The smooth rounded hot stones of varying sizes are placed around, under and on top of the body, from the forehead to between the toes, giving a deep massage, creating a sensation of warmth and comfort. Benefits: Improves cardiovascular circulation. Improves musculoskeletal system - wears away tension Beneficial effect on the nervous system Spiritual calmness and/or mental invigoration ensues from treatment Rebalances the chakras of the human body (Equilibrium) Increases the metabolic rate by 10% to 15%.

Keywords: Complementary Therapy, Hot Stone, massage, Massage Services, Massage Therapy

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