Even during the massage session, communication is essential. Obviously, not everyone likes to talk but, if there are problems with the pressure, the speed of movement, the ambient temperature, the volume of the music or the lighting, the customer should say so. Even if something happens during the massage, or something is wrong, the person should ask you to stop or end the session. However, most masseurs, with experience, will have developed some empathy towards these situations.
Breathing helps facilitate relaxation. People often stop breathing properly when they feel anxious or a sensitive area is massaged. If you realize that this is happening, you should act and the professional should pay close attention to these particular cases.
The patient should always try not to stretch the muscles during the massages. In any case, the practitioner should be aware of this and suggest that the patient let himself go in order to fully benefit from the effects of the manipulation, and also to make manipulation easier.
If the client is unable to relax, as he has many thoughts, the advice is to focus on the masseur’s hands or on his own breathing. The person should try hard to be receptive, open to experience, and should give confidence to the therapist.
After the session …
If you feel dizzy or dizzy after the massage, you shouldn’t get up from the bed too quickly. On the contrary, time should be taken to return to “normal”, especially if the level of relaxation has been very deep.
After a massage, it would be advisable to drink more water, as usually the session stimulates diuresis and the drainage of liquids. In some cases, especially when the person is used to drinking a little, they may need to recover.