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Floatation (sometime spelled flotation) treatments support you on a bed of water as your anxieties slip away. The salt solution in the floatation tank or pool is so dense that you can float weightlessly and without effort. Free of gravity, you can achieve deep, deep relaxation, relieving stress, aches and pain.

What is floatation?
Floatation is a deeply-relaxing body treatment that allows you to experience total weightlessness. It's like physical dreaming. Unlike floating in the ocean or pool, where you need to contribute physically to staying afloat, this spa treatment allows you complete weightless relaxation.

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Magazines are crammed with diets and detox all year round. When you've overdone it, the choice seems to be between eating very little food, or eating things that seem very little like food. Neither of them ever seem very tempting.

But detox doesn't have to mean wheatgrass and thalassotherapy. Lots of spas offer delicious treats for your body and your palate that are much easier to swallow, and don't make you feel like you've been run over.

What is a detox treatment?
A detox treatment is any therapy, massage, wrap or regime that helps you to get rid of the toxins in your body. The idea of detox is to improve your general health, boost your circulation and help your body's immune system so that you are less likely to get sick and will feel and look better generally.

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Deep tissue massage uses slow, firm strokes and pressure to ease and release tension deep in your muscles.

What is deep tissue massage?
Deep tissue massage does what it says "on the tin" - it is a massage technique that works on the deeper layers of muscle tissue. Similar to Swedish massage, deep tissue massage uses slower and firmer strokes and pressure than other treatments - deep finger pressure that concentrates on particular areas, and follows or goes across the fibres of muscles and tendons. Deep tissue massage is a blanket term that describes a number of different therapies, and is often used medically by physiotherapists, chiropractors and so on.

Deep tissue massage features in most forms of massage to some degree, including:

Views: 2056 | Added by: Admin | Date: 25.11.2010