Corrective Exercises VS Massage

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Corrective exercises VS Massage.

As Massage Therapist, I often see people who come in for treatment due to pain and discomfort.

Indeed, I am more than happy to be that person who, by manual therapy can alleviate others’ agony.

Said so, at the end of the treatment, I tend to show to the client a series of corrective exercises, and most of the time, a really simple one

Those corrective exercises have to be done to help maintain the change that we did create in the body along with the massage session.

In fact, massage treatment can be Remedial Massage, Thai Massage or MLD can be a good starting point to change the musculoskeletal unbalance of the body.

Even though, the changes that we did create are not going to last long unless there is constant work done on it.

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So, when the client goes back to routine life, those change tends to disappear quite quickly.

That’s why we give clients exercises.

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And most of those exercises don’t request strength, sweat, or fatigue.

Actually, they don’t make you tired at all.

What these exercises request, indeed, is concentration, patience, and willingness to change.

And yes, I understand, I know, it’s hard to put together all those requests and find a time along the busy working day to calm down enough to do so.

Well, it’s part of our behaviour to want, the fast quick and immediate change that we want. Isn’t it?!

But, nothing comes easy in life.

We have to learn that changes take time and along this time we have to work hard for it.

Said so, I am more than happy and I feel honoured to treat people.

I feel like Massage skill is one of the skills that can really change people’s life.

And when I do run a Thai Yoga class, and I teach people the exercises is then when I feel even more accomplished as a massage therapist.

In conclusion, if you are willing to get rid of the body ache and pain, postural exercises are the key to it.

Then, of course, working at the gym or doing sports activities are still as important as.

But those activities, if not monitored by a coach or done professionally and with full awareness, can lead to injury and pain.

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