At You Massage Therapy we believe natural facial products are the most beneficial to your skin. Our skin is the largest organ in the body so it’s important to look after it and using the right skin care will go a long way towards keeping your skin young and healthy. Regular facials will also help to stimulate blood circulation, speed up lymph movement and remove dead skin which will improve the look and condition of your skin.
Fascia is continuous throughout the body. It holds everything in place and gives us our form. Using the Superficial Back Line as an example- what occurs in the foot, may actually be creating the postural stress in our body. The memory of any accidents we may have had, poor postural habits and any physical and emotional trauma we have experienced can be stored and set in the connective tissue. Fascia works out in different issue around how we conducing our body posture. Tight fascia affects the whole organism. The Structural imbalance of our skeletal can create many obtrusion in human mechanic system.
Reflexology is a therapeutic massage that uses certain points on the feet to treat the body as a whole. It is a non-invasive treatment usually focusing on the feet and lower legs, but can also be performed on the hands. It is a very gentle and relaxing treatment, using light compression to stimulate circulation and encourage healing throughout the body.
Massage can be a great tool for relieving pain caused by headaches and migraines and has been used as a treatment for this for decades. There are various types of headaches and migraines but some are more common than others. They can be very debilitating and frustratingly are not well funded in the UK so research is very limited in this area.
One of the more common type of headache are tension headaches which are caused by tense muscles in the neck and shoulders causing a dull, aching pain being felt in the neck and at the base of the skull and sometimes a pulling sensation at the back of skull can be felt.
Other types of headache include cluster headache. This has been described as the most pain a human can endure, even worse than giving birth or breaking bones. A sharp pain can be felt in one eye and can happen in groups for days or even weeks.
When creating Aromatherapy blends, essential oils are used. This gives blends therapeutic properties as well as a scent. Aroma therapists usually blend oils using a similar method to that used to create perfumes. Normally only three or four essential oils are used in a blend and these will be comprised of at least one each of top, middle and base notes. This can make a blend smell more pleasant or balanced but it also means that the blend will have a synergy since different oils can be combined to create a blend with more therapeutic properties than that of a single essential oil. Blends can be made to help with a variety of symptoms or problems because of this.
Essential oils can be divided into top, middle and base notes although there is still debate over some oils as to which category they belong in.
At YOU Massage Therapy, you can be assured of high standards and exceptional quality every time you visit! There are many things we do to consistently improve the quality of your experience with us! This blog is written by Amy, Owner and Head Therapist of YOU Massage Therapy, Southampton, and gives you a little inside information on what happens behind the scenes to maintain exceptionally high standards and fresh ways of thinking when it comes to Massage Therapy…
“Hi there! I’m Amy, I have been a Massage Therapist for nearly 10 years. I believe that a quality massage experience comes when your treatment is tailored uniquely for you, you are offered tailored advice and therapy, you achieve the result you desired when you booked the session and you find the environment comforting and relaxing. It’s also important that you get a fair price and you can actually book the session when you are free!
“Read on for information on how we maintain these standards, what motivates us and how you can be sure we are committed to Quality, committed to You!
Insomnia is a symptom usually caused by another disease, it is usually recognized by the inability of the patient to fall asleep or stay asleep, or both. Insomnia is far more common than we may think and can be quite debilitating for those who suffer from it. The causes are many, from excessive stress, harmful diet, hormonal disorders, drugs, etc.
The solution offered to the person who suffers from insomnia will depend on the disease which is causing insomnia. Once that is established, and then the treatment will be focused on resolving the originating cause, so the Insomnia can go away.
There many massage therapy’s that can help in the insomnia solution as a prophylactic therapy and get the really relaxation that you need.
A pregnant woman may feel discomfort at various times during her pregnancy due to hormonal changes, increased volume of blood and weight gain. These changes are an inherent part of pregnancy but they can cause feelings of fatigue, muscular aches, general stiffness or sore areas. It is always advisable to consult a therapist or doctor before having a prenatal massage.
Skeletal imbalance, what are the effects?
The skeletal imbalance it’s one of the concerns in our body. The effect and change in the human organs are relevant in the cycle of life. To workout, your posture and the uses of different daily activities working in maintenance the body as well balance in your life. Good diet balances and therapies can help in the body to develop as well.
The relationships between our lifestyle and our skeletal confirm how our body is going to act in-between our actions. The skeletal systems help us in basic function of movements. Disorders of this system can range from different medical conditions. Even wondered about how we manage to move around? How we stretch our self and what our organs or muscle provided for us as humans which we developed into. The skeletal supporting all the activities day by day, carrying out a particular function in coordination with others systems.
Consultation forms are used commonly in settings where information about an individual needs to be gathered such as at an Osteopath, Physiotherapist or a Massage therapist.
The initial part of a consultation form is a patient’s personal details; full name, address, phone numbers, emergency contacts etc. This information will be gathered onto our client base so that if the patient was to return it would make accessing their details a lot quicker, easier and would save time.