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What a Newcastle massage has to offer
The beautiful city of Newcastle is not only famous for its rich history and culture. Today it is one of the most popular health and wellness destinations in England. If you are a tourist visiting places in and around Newcastle, you will be missing out on something if you do not gift yourself a session of massage in Newcastle. The fame of massage Newcastle therapists has spread far and wide across the nation and people come in to the city just to experience a Newcastle massage.
The rich cultural influences in Newcastle
The city of Newcastle has a rich past and is the confluence of cultures. The city has many landmarks and cultural influences that is remnant of the Roman and Anglo- Saxon rulers who had this area under their respective kingdoms in different time periods. Thanks to its rich historical and cultural backgrounds many techniques of alternative therapies and medications had seeped into the Newcastle way of life. With the health and wellness industries booming today, these methods of healing have gained importance and are coming to the fore in the west.
Westerners are not only aware of the various methods of massage but are increasingly demanding the services of therapists who are well versed in the ancient art of massage. This is why specialists of massage Newcastle are so much in demand. Because these therapists of Newcastle massage have spent a lot of time learning and absorbing the various therapies. These therapies have not only originated in their own city but have been derived from different civilizations in different periods of time.
Massage therapy in ancient cultures
It is reminiscent of the ancient times, when a masseuse was regarded as a healer. Historical evidence suggests that Julius Caesar, one of the greatest Roman emperors took a massage daily from a healer who helped him deal better with medical conditions of epilepsy and neuralgia. Even the Roman gladiators took regular massages to keep in good shape and maintain their concentration at the eve of any battle. A masseuse was held in high regard in the Roman society and was respected by one and all because he had the “magical touch”.
This is the same “magical touch” that is in high demand today from Newcastle massage therapists. Even though times have changed, the human body still craves for the healing touch of an experienced therapist. With stress responsible for more than 80-90 per cent of the diseases that modern day men and women are suffering from, massage therapies have become all the more important.
Once you visit the city of Newcastle you will know why people come in from far flung places to experience a Newcastle massage. It is because they are trying so hard to find the perfect therapists who not just provide a service in exchange of money. It is because they expect that these therapists will be compassionate and heal their ailing minds, bodies and soul. Newcastle massages are healers in the true sense of the word.
Whether you are looking at getting rid of the stress and tension that is causing your body to cry out in pain or whether you are suffering from a medical condition, therapists specialising in massage Newcastle can tackle it all.
All you have to do is make an appointment and walk into one of the wellness centres of salon and spas. Make sure you have a chat with your therapist before you are whisked away to the treatment room. It is important for you to place your complete trust and faith in your therapist who will treat your condition. While you are free to choose from any package that is on offer, discussing your discomforts with the specialists of massage Newcastle will yield better results.
Here are some of the popular treatments that are in high demand when people go in for a session of massage in Newcastle.
This is a massage technique that was developed in the 19th century by per Henrik Ling. Ling was a gymnast whose art took him to China where he picked up some ancient massage techniques. He came back to his homeland and modified some of these techniques to cure his condition of rheumatism. His efforts culminated in the development of the Swedish massage that consisted of long strokes. There are essentially five parts to a Swedish massage. It begins with a light touch, goes on to kneading and progresses to kneading tapping and vibration. This is one of the most popular of therapies that is requested when people walk in for a massage in Newcastle.
This is a technique of massage used widely by Newcastle massage experts. This is a therapy that uses smooth and rounded hot and cold stones to relieve people of aches and pains. This is a massage therapy that where depending on the treatment that one requires stones that have been heated to various degrees are placed in different position of the body to aid the flow of positive energy and the rebalancing of the auras. While hot stones are used to encourage proper blood and lymph circulation, the cold stones take care of any past injuries of swollen areas. This therapy brings about complete harmony and aids mind and body healing.
Baby massage therapy
One can even trust their infants in the able hands of Newcastle massage experts. This is a therapy that is recommended by doctors for prematurely born infants. The baby massage therapy not only aids proper weight gain but also creates a special bond with the parents of the child who is being exposed to the healing touch. Babies respond just as well to music and the fragrance of essential oils. The therapist will not only apply just the adequate amount of pressure to aid proper blood circulation, he will do it as gently as you can imagine doing it yourself as a parent. Learning the methods of massaging a baby is very useful for young and new parents who are too afraid to handle babies, especially the fathers. After a few sessions of baby massage therapy, you can do it yourself at home.
Hours of Operation:
10:00 am – 10:00 pm
Carliol Square, Gateshead, Newcastle Upon Tyne