Translated by Nyima Bieber
Stress is one of our main enemies in daily life and as they say “better safe than sorry,” So, if your activities are causing you stress, avoid them. If that’s not possible, counteract their effects with a relaxing aromatherapy massage.
Massages are a practical and effective option to turn to when we want to eliminate that tension we’ve accumulated over the month. It’s all about forgetting for an hour (or however long the session lasts) everything that is interfering with our emotional tranquility; Spa therapists are experts in this.
When you walk into a great Spa, the first thing to welcome you, aside m your therapist’s smile, is a pleasant aroma; it is part of the aromatherapy used to transport you to a state of tranquility and relaxation. It’s all done through the nervous system, which is the protagonist of the session.
Aromatherapy is part of the relaxing massage and is recommended for people who are tired; those with a negative state of mind who show symptoms of depression or tension. The idea is to use the curative properties of an aroma to relax. Commonly used aromas include citrus, rosemary and mint.
Relaxing aromatherapy massages may use mild to medium pressure. They work on key points or meridians in the body that respond to stimulation by releasing toxins. Also, the use of hot compresses on the abdomen and back help you to feel completely relaxed.
Massage of the hands and feet is a good way to help improve the function of our bodies; they can be stimulated to achieve natural balance and harmony.