Feet & Legs Massage

£30.00

What can you say about foot massage?
Foot massage improves circulation, stimulates muscles, reduces tension, and often eases pain. It also gives you a chance to check out your feet so you can get a jump on treating blisters, bunions, corns, and toenail problems

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Feet & Legs Massage

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A feet and legs massage is a therapeutic massage that focuses on the lower body, specifically the feet and legs. This type of massage is designed to improve circulation, relieve tension, and promote relaxation in the lower body.

During a Feet & Legs Massage, the massage therapist will use a variety of massage techniques, including Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, and acupressure. The massage may also involve the use of hot stones, essential oils, or other massage tools to enhance the therapeutic effects of the massage.

The massage therapist will typically begin by applying gentle pressure to the legs, using long strokes to warm up the muscles and increase blood flow. They may then use deeper pressure to work out any knots or tension in the muscles, using kneading, rubbing, and tapping techniques to promote relaxation and relieve pain.

A Feet Legs Massage can be a wonderful way to reduce stress and tension in the lower body, especially for those who spend a lot of time on their feet or experience chronic pain in the legs or feet. It can also be a great way to promote overall relaxation and well-being, leaving you feeling refreshed, rejuvenated, and ready to take on the day.
The massage therapist will typically begin by applying gentle pressure to the feet , using long strokes to warm up the muscles and increase blood flow. They may then use deeper pressure to work out any knots or tension in the muscles, using kneading, rubbing, and tapping techniques to promote relaxation and relieve pain.