Barefoot Massage Condesa
One of the several barefoot massage techniques that Yoga Massage Therapy has incorporated into their therapeutic sessions is Fijian massage.
Feet can get to the source of a client’s pain, releasing tension and tightness. Feet can feel all the client’s sore areas and can increase circulation, mobility and flexibility.
Fijian massage can often provide deeper pressure than other types of massage that utilize hands.
When utilizing this method, different parts of the foot can provide varied amounts of pressure. The sole of the foot or the base of the heel are gentler, while the toes can provide a more concentrated stroke, and the lateral edge and metatarsal phalangeal joint can go deeper into muscles.
The heel of the foot feels very therapeutic in the trapezius and upper back area, bringing pain relief to both office workers and athletes. The toes and metatarsal phalangeal joint can perform more targeted work.
The main benefit clients want is fast relief from pain. Often after just one session of Fijian barefoot massage, clients are smiling and free from the pain they had just a few minutes prior.
The Fijian Massage aspects of this massage incorporate specific, deep pressure followed by a vigorous jostle movement to the larger muscle groups to help encourage increased neuromuscular connections and activation of weak, inhibited muscle groups.