What is a Classical Massage?
Classical massage uses five styles of long, flowing strokes to massage. The five basic strokes are effleurage (sliding or gliding), petrissage (kneading), tapotement (rhythmic tapping), friction (cross fiber) and vibration/shaking. Classical massage has shown to be helpful in reducing pain, joint stiffness, and improving function in patients.
It is known that the circulatory system has four functions: respiratory, nutritional, regulatory, hermoregulation.
Benefits of Classical Massage:
Better blood flow, which ensures proper metabolic processes in different parts of the nervous system. Stimulates nerve conduction. Toning and stimulating effect on massage of the spine where the sympathetic trunk and its ganglia lie along the spine. Action on the autonomous alignment leads to sympathetic and parasympathetic. In addition to the nervous system, classical massage also affects the blood vessels.
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