Massages are one of the oldest forms of therapy and relaxation. A professional massage has a positive effect on the epidermis, dermis and musculature, and rejuvinates physically and spiritually. There is a specified order in which the various stages of the massage are to be given, and this usually depends on the intensity of the treatment.

Basic massaging techniques include: 

  • Caressing: rids the skin of dead cells, and fat and sweat glands of secretion remains. Allows the skin to breathe more freely. Increases muscle tone and micro-circulation. Makes skin smoother and more flexible.
  • Rubbing: a more profound effect than caressing, promoting tissue mobility. Increases blood and lymph flow, while also improving metabolism.
  • Kneading: helps restore muscle tone and functioning and reduce fatigue.
  • Vibration: activates muscle and fat tissue movement and has a positive effect on the blood vessels, nerves and internal organs. Firms the skin, improves metabolism and strengthens connective tissues.

To maximize effects, these techniques may be combined. Depending on the intensity of the massage, there are a variety of benefits to be had: increased blood and lymph flow, rejuvination of the body, reduced celulite, alleviation or elimination of muscle and joint pain or tension, strengthening of the immune system, improvements in psycho-emotional state, and much more. Post-massage, the recipient feels 'reborn': both in a wonderful mood, and physically and emotionally recharged!

There is a wide range of massages available, from 'classic full-body' or 'specific-body-part', through to 'therapeutic', 'cosmetological', 'anti-cellulte', 'sport' and 'special aid' varieties. Massages can incorporate the use of aromatherapy, hot stones, honey, chocolate, buckwheat, pinecones and other items. Some massages are even more specific, and this group includes Ayurvedic, Thai, Lomi and Tibetan varieties.

To ensure a successful outcome, all massages should follow a stipulated order. Depending on its type, and the problem being addressed, a full course should consist of 5, 10, 15 or more sessions. To prolong the benefits, it is advised to repeat a course after some little time. The duration of each session depends on the type and specifics of the massage. Normally, one massage lasts between 30 and 90 minutes. 

Adoria offers therapeutic massages for the spine, shoulders, neck, chest, arms and legs. We also offer cosmetological massages, as well as therapeutic massages (for specific problematic regions of the body), full body massages, relaxing pediatric massages, head massages for pregnant women, anti-cellulite massages, and so on. Our clinic employs highly skilled, experienced masseurs who, if necessary, can also organize consultations for clients.

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