DWith this form of massage, the masseur does not necessarily address the painful areas first, but rather “listens” to the body’s “instructions”. This “directs” the practitioner’s hands, so to speak, and determines the direction of stroke, pressure, speed and much more.
It is, for example possible that, if the shoulder and neck muscles are tense, the legs “want” to be treated first. Painful kneading of tense muscles is rarely necessary. Normally, the body falls into deep relaxation with the help of the finest stroking methods