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Not only does a massage calm and relax but also it is extremely beneficial to body functions. It is a mechanical stimulus that triggers numerous changes and general or topical reactions in the human body.


A massage activates circulation and eliminative functions of skin glands, which nourishes the skin and makes it look healthy. It removes dead cells and eliminates or reduces adhesions and protrusions. Also, it breaks down body fat, which helps to lose weight. It prevents many skin diseases, injuries and the formation of pressure sores.


Because a massage activates the bloodstream, it accelerates the supply of nutrients and oxygen to muscles, which results in a quicker development of muscles. A massage causes tension in muscles, which prevents muscular dystrophy, increases their flexibility and stimulates regeneration. A treatment significantly enhances the ability of muscles to work hard and after an exertion it relaxes and brings relief.

Circulatory system

A massage stimulates the cardiovascular system to more intensive work, which causes the blood and lymph to flow better. As a result, nutrients are transported faster and the products of metabolism are eliminated, which is very beneficial to the whole body, as it nourishes and cleanses tissue. Because it activates capillaries, a massage prevents blood clotting.

Human skeleton

A massage can increase joint mobility and accelerate their regeneration after an exertion. It strengthens joints and ligaments and prevents injuries. Also, a massage treatment is a wonderful method to nourish and oxygenate the human skeleton.

Nervous system

It is obvious that a massage has a tremendous, soothing and relaxing impact on the psyche. Apart from evident sensuous effects, this treatment improves superficial and deep sensation and facilitates the transmission of nerve impulses. It is a remedy for fatigue and stress. It helps with tiredness and mood swings. It brings peace and improves concentration.

Massage contraindications. (Link)

Massage contraindications

A massage is a form of therapy that improves both physical and mental health. However, when certain medical conditions occur or when a recipient lacks stability it is advisable to refrain from receiving a treatment for some time.

If you are not sure about your health, contact your family doctor and find out whether there are no contradictions.


  • pregnancy, menstruation

  • skin changes/diseases such as blisters, open wounds, skin tears, ulcers, boils, eczema

  • fever

  • cancer

  • bacterial or viral diseases

  • all inflammatory and acute diseases regardless of their location



  • bone tuberculosis

  • advanced osteoporosis

  • congenital bone fragility

  • early stages after bone fractures, recent adhesions

  • all kinds of inflammation of muscles, joints and tendons


  • tuberculosis and other infectious diseases

  • pneumonia and bronchitis

  • bronchial asthma


  • varicose veins, haematoma, angioma, aneurism

  • 2 weeks after a heart attack

  • thrombophlebitis and while taking antithrombotic drugs

  • advanced sclerosis

  • all kinds of inflammation and defects of the circulatory system

  • hypertension


  • all kind of inflammation of internal organs

  • perforation of peptic or duodenal ulcer

  • changes that may result in intestine tears

  • intraheptic lithiasis

  • parasite related diseases


  • renal tuberculosis

  • nephrosis

  • nephrolithiasis

  • all kinds of inflammation of the excretory system


  • meningitis

  • epilepsy

  • peripheral neuropathy

If you have any chronic diseases, suffered injuries or underwent a surgery, inform your massage therapist prior to your massage treatment.