- Relaxing muscle massage
- Proprioception and physiological relaxation
- Toning and analgesic massage
- Lymphatic and circulatory massage
Relaxing muscle massage.
Relieves the aches and pains caused by mild to moderate muscle overload in the affected areas.
Decreases muscle tone, as it is able to confine vibrations to the areas of greater exertion or muscle tightness (calf, lumbar, trapezius), focusing its action through control functions.
Proprioception and physiological relaxation.
It promotes spatial representation of the different segments of the body, helping to increase awareness of posture and the body scheme.
Toning and analgesic massage.
At a greater speed and intensity, it has a toning effect that oxygenates the muscle by preheating, preparing it for physical activity.
At a lower speed and intensity, it has an analgesic effect which relaxes the muscles after physical activity, with the aim of preventing contractures, cramps, etc.
At low intensity and speed, it reduces vital signs (pulse and respiration), inducing a state of relaxation that is conducive to getting to sleep (it shortens sleep latency).
Lymphatic and circulatory massage.
Reduces the fluid retention, delaying the appearance of cellulite, varicose veins and stretch marks, also improving toxin removal and cell hydration.