When you leave a massage session feeling emotionally and physically unsatisfied, you’ve had a bad massage experience.
Several internal and external variables can come into play during a massage session, if you had a hard time relaxing, you weren’t happy with the therapist’s massage method, the room temperature isn’t to your taste, or the music or lighting isn’t too your style.
Implement the following four tips before, during, and after your next massage to make the most of your time with your therapist and feel totally comfortable and refreshed.
Find The Suitable Massage Therapist For Your Need
Finding a massage therapist with whom you are compatible and at ease in terms of personality and massage delivery mode will make or break your happiness.
Our massage therapists at Boronia Heights are given various pressure levels to work with. When you first call our center, we will match you with the best massage therapist for your specific needs.
It’s important to understand that each massage therapist has their own style and area of expertise. You are welcome to research a massage to ensure that a therapist’s method is compatible with your goals and desires, or we will match you with one.
Being open and frank with the therapist is also important so that everyone is on the same page about the massage’s intent from the start.
Be Early And Prepared
Rushing around and being late for a massage session can only result in a poor massage experience because you are not giving your mind and body enough time to relax and prepare.
Take a few deep breaths while lying on the table waiting for the therapist to come in and start the massage to clear your mind and ready your body to melt into the soft, comfortable table.
Leave Your All Your Thoughts At The Door
Allowing outside pressures, devices, and emotions into the massage room is one of the most significant barriers to a good massage experience.
Both massage therapists and clients must make concerted attempts to eliminate distractions that could have a detrimental impact on the session’s result, such as mobile phones, memories of a tense conversation, or pressure at home or work.
Try not to think about all of the things that are bothering you during your session. Leave your feelings and complaints at the door, whether good or bad, so you can have a more enjoyable experience.
Follow A Relaxed Post-Massage Routine
The last thing you want to do after spending at least an hour of your day relaxing and unwinding during your massage is to rush out into the world at full speed.
Instead, the perfect post-massage remedy is to return home to a soothing space where you can soak in a hot bath with Epsom salts to ease any soreness and keep your muscles supple.
Getting a massage is beneficial for both your mind and body, but enjoying the benefits of a massage long after the appointment is when you can really begin to establish total health and wellbeing. If you’re getting a massage soon, make the most of it by following these quick but powerful tips before, during, and after your appointment.