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Hello and welcome to RM Massage Therapy founded by Rebecca Morgan in September 2010.
I qualified as a professional Holistic Massage Therapist with the Massage Training Institute in 2010, and have since been working at practises throughout Birmingham providing treatments such as Holistic Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Indian Head Massage & Seated Acupressure Massage.
I have developed a private practise based in Birmingham City and also work from complementary health centres in Moseley, Harborne & Knowle (Solihull).
Holistic Massage provides you with a great opportunity to pay attention to your own needs. It is increasingly recognised that massage may provide a vital contribution to our health as a preventative and complementary therapy. Massage may alleviate many physical disorders and may also work with your subtle energy to leave you feeling deeply relaxed and peaceful, or renewed, uplifted and invigorated.
Holistic Massage and bodywork may enable your body to heal and restore its own unique balance and most importantly, allow you to use your positive energy for living life.
If you require an holstic massage in Moseley, Harborne or Knowle (Solihull), please don't hesitate to contact me.
On-Site Massage is a convenient and invigorating form of Massage. It is especially suited for the workplace as it is an excellent way to ease stress and release tension quickly, leaving the recipient feeling energised and more alert. Various techniques are used to release tension from the muscles and pressure points of the individual’s back, neck shoulders, head, arms and hands.
On-Site Seated Massage may help to alleviate many of the symptoms associated with stress. Some of the most common symptoms include headaches and low energy levels. Tight neck and shoulder muscles restrict the flow of blood to the brain, resulting in poor oxygen supply, which in turn leads to decreased levels of alertness and productivity. During this treatment the client will remain fully clothed.
Indian Head Massage works on areas affected by mental and emotional stress. In Western culture today we spend much of our time in our heads, so this treatment may help to calm the mind by being deeply relaxing. Working with a firm and gentle rhythm it helps to relieve muscular discomfort and tension as well as calming the spirit and aiding relaxation, it may also improve circulation in the head, enhance the senses and promotes clear thinking.
The massage usually begins with the upper back, where a combination of deep massage and pressure points help to relax the muscles and to loosen and melt knots. Moving through the shoulders and upper arms further releases the common spots for holding stress and tension, and then working deeply into the neck where tension accumulates relieves headaches and improves cerebral spinal fluid circulation. Moving up to the scalp, techniques are used that stimulate, relax and revive the whole of the head, increasing circulation and promoting healthy hair. Finally the treatment may include a gentle face massage with techniques that help circulation, skin tone, and sinus and headache problems.
Deep Tissue Massage is a massage technique that focuses on the deeper layers of muscle tissue. It thought to help loosen muscle tissues, release toxins from muscles and get blood and therefore oxygen circulating properly.
Deep tissue massage uses many of the same movements and techniques as holistic massage, but the pressure will generally be more intense. It is also a more focused type of massage, as the therapist works to release chronic muscle tension or knots (also known as "adhesions"). Similar to holistic massage, deep tissue massage uses slower and firmer strokes and pressure than other treatments - deep finger pressure that concentrates on particular areas, and follows or goes across the fibres of muscles and tendons.
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