Massage therapy is a treatment, which can be used alongside orthodox medicines for treating a range of ailments, many of which are attributed to stress and tension.
Using the hands, or even the elbows or knees, your therapist presses, rubs, manipulates your skin, muscles, muscle tendons, and ligaments. Massage may range from light stroking to deep tissue pressure.
Your massage can be gentle or strong. It can be a full or part body. Customers usually wear their underwear or thin loose clothing and begin their treatment lying face down.