AQUATIC MASSAGE THERAPY


Aquatic Massage Therapy It is a gentle, hands-on massage therapy treatment applied in a therapeutic pool to help in the healing process using its anti-gravity properties. It is often called Hydrotherapy, even when those terms donít involve exactly the same thing.

During an aquatic massage, patient floats serenely on their back while the therapist applies the massage. There are numerous forms of massage used in Aquatic Therapy, but the most common are Watsu and Jahara massage.

The water utilized is generally warm (sometimes contain ice, heat packs, etc) and comes from a medical source (like Thalassotherapy that employs seawater rich in minerals).

Aquatic massage therapy is recommended for severe arthritis or osteoarthritis, post-surgical injuries, pregnant women, and clients with nerve disorders like Fibromyalgia. The treatment is relaxing and helps to sleep peacefully.




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    : It involves scented plant oils with with relaxing and revitalizing properties...
    : It treats the deeper layers of muscle to alliviate chronic pain and injury...
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