Swedish Body Massage

To get the most out of your massage please follow the aftercare below.
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  • Drink plenty of water or herbal teas to help prevent dehydration, reduce fatigue and to eliminate toxins.

  • Cut down on fizzy and caffeinated drinks.

  • Avoid alcohol and minimise cigarettes for at least 24 hours.

  • Eat light meals for the rest of the day.

  • Rest as much as possible for the remainder of the day and avoid strenuous activities.

  • Keep warm as massage and relaxation treatments can make you feel more sensitive to cold.

  • Avoid heat treatments such as hot baths, saunas etc as this may accelerate the release of toxins and make you feel ill.

  • Sometimes people experience some aching and tenderness within the muscles for 24 hours after, this is due to the body's nerves responding to the massage. Do some light stretching or take a warm bath.

Other reactions up to 24-48 hours after treatment

  • Headaches

  • Dizziness

  • Nausea

  • Disrupted sleeping patterns

  • Increased release of mucus in nose and mouth

  • Increased urination/bowel movement

  • Increased thirst

  • Stiffness in muscles

  • Bruising - sometimes with deeper pressure and trigger pointing techniques.

These reactions are normal and show the body is balancing and cleansing itself.

Maintenance - It is recommended to leave at least 7 days between massage appointment.