A full-body massage is a type of massage therapy that involves manipulating and kneading the muscles and soft tissues of the entire body, from head to toe. The massage therapist may use a combination of techniques, such as Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, and stretching, to help alleviate muscle tension and promote relaxation.
During a full-body massage, the client typically lies on a massage table, covered by a sheet or towel. The massage therapist may use oil or lotion to facilitate the massage and reduce friction on the skin. They will work their way systematically through the body, starting with the back, shoulders, and neck, and then moving on to the arms, legs, and feet.
Full-body massage can be beneficial for reducing stress and anxiety, improving circulation, reducing muscle tension and pain, and promoting relaxation. It can also help improve flexibility, range of motion, and posture. It is important to note that while a full-body massage can have therapeutic benefits, it is not a substitute for medical treatment and should not be used to treat or diagnose any medical condition.