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Biggest Bulgarian Massage Festival


As long as you are engaged in physical activity then massage therapy is inevitable. They’re some of the services that may be offered that people may not even understand how they are supposed to do. In Bulgaria, you just need a festival to get people to know what is happening in conventional medicine. This is a new way of health services that the public needs to be aware of what is expected. Some of the massage styles include

Stroke rehab exercises

This is a form of massage that uses stroking to touch the pressure points to stimulate the production of the neurotransmitters to the nervous system. They are good for Bulgarians who have knee extension, biceps, wrist bend among others. Stroke rehab exercises are recommended even among health experts in line with the physiotherapy treatments.

Deep tissue massage

This is a type of massage that handles the deep tissues and connective tissues to alleviate soreness, tight muscles, muscle tension, muscle pain and also to alleviate tight muscles. It is a slow stokes with the touch of a deep finger to achieve the desired results.

Swedish massage

This is a type of massage that is responsible for the full body massage. It is ideal when you want to relax both the body and mind. It includes kneading circular movement, stroking, joint movement, tapping, and vibrations to manage all the muscle knots release.

Sports exercise

Are you a Bulgarian that loves sports and you want a massage therapy that will deal with all the muscle tension to enhance flexibility and performance then the sports exercise is the best option. It is also a full body massage to manage all the stroking of pressure points to reach the objective. It takes care of all the muscles to relieve tension.

Aromatherapy

As much as massage therapy is designed for physical healing, it is also important to take care of your emotional health. This is a session that is responsible for boosting one’s mood this further reduces stress, depression, and anxiety. Just like the other therapy services it is responsible for muscle pain and soreness for all individuals that engage in physical activity.

Trigger point massage

There are cases where you just want to have an instant relief on a specific part of the body. Although massage uses the trigger points which are specific muscle tissues that have the particular issue to handle the neurotransmission; it also comes in handy to reduce pain and muscle soreness on the injured part.

Reflexology

Just as the name suggests, this is a form of massage that uses the reflex action such that you only need to touch the specific parts which are the hands, feet, and ears to ignite the production of neurons for an increase in the energy levels.

There are specific massage types that are designed for the Bulgarian family. It is just upon one’s responsibility to talk to the massage therapists on your exact feeling and what you want to achieve at the end of the session for him to tailor the session to your desire.

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