What Makes The Best Massage?
How do you know what makes a good massage when there are so many massage therapies offered across the country? Is it the therapist himself, is it the type of massage, is it the duration of the massage? In some way, all of these factors work together to define a good massage. But what makes the best massage? We will try to take into account the many factors that will help you the next time you book your treatment.
Even before you get the FasciaBlaster, it is certainly part of the service you experience to book your treatment. Is it an online reservation system with live availability? Is it a phone number to call that is available 24 hours a day or only at certain times? Some people prefer to simply book online, but many prefer to call and speak to someone directly. The advantage of being able to speak to someone is that you can ask questions about massage treatment, seek advice on which treatment is best for you, and also have specific requests. Regardless of the type of reservation, the simple fact of making an appointment is the starting point for a good service.
What defines good service after booking your massage and arriving at the treatment center? Part of the treatment should always include a consultation so that the masseur can determine why you are there, what your needs are, and most importantly, they should be able to advise you on the treatment options you have chosen. You may need several treatments. This should be covered in the first session so you know what to expect eg. Eg B. in relation to injury recovery time.
Once everything is done, it is the moment of the most important massage. The “best massage” is a combination of the proper application of pressure and the technique chosen by the therapist, as well as communication with you during treatment. Do they determine if the massage is too gentle or too harsh for you? Are you comfortable with the therapist? Another factor is whether the therapist can identify your “problem areas” and focus treatment accordingly.
Another part of what can enhance the actual massage experience is the environment. It’s great to have a good masseuse, but is the treatment bed comfortable? Is there any appropriate relaxing music in the background? It is known that music can contribute to relaxation and therefore to the enjoyment of the treatment. Of course, different people have different preferences when it comes to the music they play, so it’s best to stick to neutral, relaxing instrumental melodies.