The first mention of “touch therapy” dates back to 700 AD, almost to the first written records of the island of Java.
It is a wonderful and unique therapeutic technique used for centuries for treatment and prevention of various diseases and handed down from generation to generation. Traditional Javanese massage – is a deep acupressure massage aimed at raising the muscle tone, improving circulation, and deep drainage of the lymphatic system while tendon relaxation, filling the internal energy of the body. Classic ancient Javanese massage is somewhat similar to Chinese massage or shiatsu and performed the same without the use of massage oil. Masseuse’s finger move round and round and has an impact on acupressure points, muscles and tendons, but unlike traditional Chinese massage and shiatsu, Javanese massage is done without clothes. Because of this, the master can be more accurate and penetrates deep into muscle tissues without pain. On request, for greater comfort during the massage, the master can use a small amount of oil to massage the abdomen or the entire body, and although it is a departure from the ancient traditions of the massage, the quality is not affected.
The recommended duration of massage is 2-3 hours; this time is really needed for complete relaxation. Masseur fingers carefully probes the whole body and massage is carried out very detailed, though the surface of the pressure is not great. That is why Javanese massage is the best to choose for a longer term.
After the massage you will feel the lightness in the body, relaxed mood and a burst of energy.
- Muscular hypertonicity (abnormal muscle tension, spasms, convulsions)
- Pain in the muscles
- Salt deposits
- Edema of various etiologies
- Tense anxiety
- Mental fatigue
- Reduction of creativity
- Depressive states
- Inflammation of various etiologies
- Recent surgery on internal organs
- Pregnancy at an early stage
- In any acute inflammation of the blood and lymph vessels, thrombosis, pronounced varicose veins.
- Abdominal disease with a tendency to bleeding.