Connective Tissue Massage
The connective tissue massage belongs to the so-called reflex zone massages and focuses on the back, thigh region, sacrum and pelvic region. The aim is to use certain nerve stimuli to treat internal organs, tighten the connective tissue and activate the metabolism. This means that the massage of different body zones influences the function of other organs.
The connective tissue massage has a regulating and balancing effect on the nervous system. Local adhesions are loosened by the massage. Through the so-called cutivisceral reflex arc, internal organs can also be positively influenced by stimulation of the skin.
The aim is to bring about a harmonization of the interior of the body (e.g. organs, muscles, connective tissue, vessels). This is done with the help of a manual stroke and pull technique, which starts at the skin and serves the underlying connective and fatty tissue. A mechanical stimulus is triggered, which in turn influences the function of the organs.
At the beginning of the connective tissue massage, the treatment can be perceived as unpleasant or even painful. But the pain is worth it: the connective tissue massage stimulates blood circulation and metabolism, tightens the connective tissue, dissolves tissue adhesions, relieves pain and relaxes the internal organs, muscles and vessels.