How I do Hot Stone Massage Myth Buster: You’ve probably seen those pictures of the beautiful woman or man with stones set in rows or patterns on their back. This is usually done for the picture. In actuality, Hot Stone Massage is a massage technique done with smooth hand sized stones heated to the perfect temperature and covered with massage oils. Hot Stone Massage is a luxurious treatment that takes what could be a painful object, a stone, and turns it into a luxurious and relaxing treatment that brings blessed relief and relaxation. The heat of the stones opens blood vessels, increases lymphatic flow, loosens muscles, and softens knots. I.
What is ‘Clinical Massage’? Clinical Massage is used to help relieve (and in some cases resolve) pain of diagnosed injuries in the soft tissue. Some examples are; carpel tunnel, tennis elbow, golfers elbow, runner’s knee, low back pain, sprains, strains, shin splints, whiplash, and planter fasciitis. In all these cases, Clinical Massage is employed during the RECOVERY phase of the injury. If there is inflammation, the injury is not in the recovery phase and massage could do more harm than good. But once the inflammation has passed, Clinical Massage works to break up scar tissue and mislaid collagen fibers. It simultaneously stretches and relaxes traumatized muscles and relieves pain. In.