Different Types of Massage Means Different Benefits
Massage therapy has been one of the premier ways to treat illness symptoms and injuries, and repair the
immune system for thousands of years. The holistic approach to medicine has been used for so long
because it is an affordable and accessible way to avoid serious medical problems and treatments while enjoying
the physical relaxation that comes from any type of massage.
Massage therapy benefits range as widely as massage types - everything from Acupuncture to Zen shiatsu
each affects the body in different ways.
The types of benefits you can expect from CoLaz salon and spas all relate to the kinds of massage we offer.
CoLaz estheticians and specialists expertly provide:
Indian Head Massage
This type of massage comes from the Ayurvedic system of healing and includes delicately handling the neck, face, and cranium bones and muscles to release built-up stress. It has the potential to relieve the receiver of tension, migraines, immobility, jaw aches, tinnitus, sinusitis, eye strain, earaches and even insomnia.
This type of massage aides the psychological as well as physiological sense of wellbeing. It uses specific scents to accomplish different effects. It can invigorate through aromatherapy oil blends like mint and grapefruit, or calm with the aromas like lavender and patchouli.
Foot Massage/ Reflexology
This type of massage is unique and pretty different from the others, as it uses the feet as a sort of control panel for the rest of the body. Foot massage and reflexology focus on particular areas of the feet to create the desired responses all throughout the body. For example, when treated correctly, an area of each foot can contribute to immune strength and lymphatic drainage.
Hot Stone Therapy Massage
Of all the massage therapy options, the hot stone massage is the most unique and expertly administered at CoLaz. It requires the use of heated spa rocks to be placed strategically along the back, arms, or legs. The stones are also used to rub out areas of trouble or particular stress.