Try These Massage Tools in 2019
Posted on: June 17, 2019
A Look At Some Innovative Massage Tools That You Should Consider Adding To Your Repertoire
Getting a massage is a great way to end a stressful week. As a licensed massage therapist, one way to freshen up your routine is by adding some new massage tools. Here is a look at some new massage therapy tools that you can add to your daily sessions at the day spa.
Massage creams that are designed specifically to help treat feet include essential oils such as peppermint, pine, and ginger. Those oils will help your client's feet feel refreshed for several days after the massage is over.
Research has shown that Eucalyptus oil can help people that are dealing with respiratory issues. Apply a few drops of the oil on a cloth and then let your clients inhale it. The oil could help clear up sinus infections and congestion. Eucalyptus oil acts as an anti-inflammatory.
Naboso insoles help stimulate the muscles and tissues in the foot, which allows people to keep an upright stance. Naboso insoles can help improve your client's balance and prevent them from suffering from Parkinson's Disease.
Muscle Roller Stick
The muscle roller stick provides your clients with a myofascial release. Muscle roller sticks are beneficial because they are more versatile than foam rollers. The Muscle Roller stick also works as an accessory to foam rollers during treatment.
Research has shown that BioFreeze can decrease blood flow and reduce inflammation. BioFreeze has also shown the ability to stimulate deep tissues. BioFreeze can help reduce your client's pain immediately.
Applying a tuning fork to your client's body can help get rid of tension, as well as muscle and bone pain. The tuning fork's frequency helps the body relax. Sound has been known to travel deeply into the body and stimulate neglected areas.