Massage is the manipulation of the body's soft tissues. Massage techniques are commonly applied with hands, fingers, elbows, knees, forearms, feet, or a device. The purpose of massage is generally for the treatment of body stress or pain.
An ancient healing technique that works on the principle that nerve ending on the feet corresponds to all of the glands organs and regions of the body. When stress, toxins, and illness are present in the body the natural flow of the energy is compromised. Reflexology treatment massages and stimulate the reflex points of the feet and hands that correspond to our body's organs and systems.
Sports massage is the use of specific massage therapy techniques in an athletic context to improve recovery time, enhance performance and reduce the risk of injury. This is accomplished using techniques that stimulate the flow of blood and lymph to and from muscles. Sports massage is often delivered before or after physical activity depending on the subject's needs, preferences and goals.
Deeper pressure is beneficial in releasing chronic muscle tension, Thai massage uses passive stretching and gentle pressure along the body's energy lines. Increase flexibility relieve muscle and joint tension
The perfect remedy for stress. Induced tension, Swedish massage eases body and mind into deep relaxation, It improves circulation, Invigorated skin, a calmed nervous system, and restored muscles.
Team Wohl Physio consists of highly skilled Reflexologist and we focus on the rehabilitation of the individual, both Physically and Psychologically. All patients receive the highest quality of one-to-one treatment sessions. During this Foot reflexology procedure, applying pressure to these reflex points by special hand and finger techniques. The stimulation of reflex points on our feet provides relief from stress, reduces pain perception and causes certain physiological changes in the body that helps to get rid of fatigue and tiredness. Foot reflexology is effective in reducing stress, fatigue and sleep problems. Many people tend to get confuse between foot reflexology and foot massage. While both massage and reflexology are based on sense of touch, the approaches are very different. Foot massage works on manipulation of muscle, ligaments and tissues to reduce pain and discomfort. Foot Reflexology on the other hand focuses on reflex maps of points present on the feet.