3d Massage

mobile massage

Worlds-Best-Massage

Through the motion of water displacement a 3d massage rather than physically lifting the client or using downward force (thus causing a potential injury to the therapist and discomfort to the client). Using specially designed warm water cushions permits the therapist to work with the client’s own body weight as a source of pressure, facilitating a deeper, more “holistic” 3d massage technique. The relaxing warmth of fusion therapy massage promotes a deeper relaxation mechanism and an immediate sensation of wellbeing, enhancing the therapeutic effect of this massage.
Just laying down on the warm water cushion begins the process of gentle stretching, aligning your spine correctly, The heat increases circulation of blood and nutrients enhancing lymph movement thus promoting a better immune function. This is further improved by the efficiency of this therapy by the use of aromatherapy oils and the beneficial acceleration of these oils into the skin.

Float into the depths of relaxation.

Majority of our problems are due to modern sedentary lives impound physically from the shoulders and back. Each muscle group in the back has 16 layers of fibres, with normal massage techniques we can affect up to 6 layers. As with any exercise or massage muscle group layers have to be warmed up sufficiently to avoid damage or causing pain. This is where fusion therapy comes into its own with a 3d massage. Due to the constant gentle heat, all layers of all muscle groups in the back are heated up.

Using advanced massage techniques all 16 layers of muscle groups can be targeted. Thus giving a deeper more therapeutic, relaxing 3d massage with less pain, effectively addressing problem areas.

Advantages of fusion therapy are numerous, quite apart from reaching new heights of relaxation during this comfortable, undisturbed treatment. Consider the clients who cannot physically laying down: pregnant clients, the elderly, claustrophobic or even asthma sufferers etc. all clients can appreciate the benefits of fusion therapy without the discomfort of conventional massage.

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Knee Pain

2 Common Knee Pain Conditions

As a joint when it is balanced, cushioned, strengthened by the muscles and ligaments around it : It is a very efficient productive unit that can last a life time helping you crawl, walk, run jump bend and fold. However, the knee is a delicate, complex structure, any sudden trauma or overuse may cause these structures to signal pain.

According to the NHS you are more likely to experience knee pain in your later years. People undertaking many sport are at a high risk of damage to the knee as well on the other hand so are overweight obese people who may not do much movement or exercise.

Cartilage or menisci damage

A soft menisci pad resides between the low leg bone and the upper leg bone and acts as a cushion to absorb shocks as you walk or run. A sudden twist or impact can tear the menisci. This damage can result in locking of the knee and swelling. The other component structure is the covering at the ends of both lower and the upper leg bone. This is the cartilage which is smooth and help both of the bone glide smoothly over the menisci. For an acute condition generally surgery is one of the main options to aid in the removal and repair of the menisci.

Nhs, suggests that physiotherapy can be of limited help.

Sprains and Strains

Over stretching tissues usually happens when the knee is overworked resulting in sprain or strain. The usually management of these conditions is PRICE meaning ‘protection’, ‘rest’, ‘ice’, ‘compression’ and ‘elevation’. It usually suggested to prevent future injuries that warming exercises are carried out prior to exercising then stretching to cool down after exercising.

As with any sport or exercise regime it suggested to build up slowing.

According to Health Cmi, Acupuncture shown to be effective with a regime of rehabilitation.

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Calorie burning foods

Calorie burning foods

  1. Celery, 75% water, 25% fibre and roughage. Easier for your body to digest as a snack or part of a meal. The fundamental mistake modern society makes is adding cream cheese or normal cheese with the celery which in fact degrades the benefits of the wonderful food. Celery is high in vitamin C, vitamin A and vitamin K. Being high in anti-oxidants it has good properties in the health of the cardiovascular system decreasing the chance of hardened artery development. The fibre itself has benefits of promoting regular bowel movements thus boosting the efficiency, flora and fauna of the digestive system.
  1. Watermelon is a very vibrant popular fruit, with a very low calorie count and is a great addition to any healthy meal or snack. One of the main reasons water melon so good for you is that it a rich source in vitamin B as it impacts on increased energy without the need of eating more food. Another benefit of water melon as nutritionists are finding due the high content of fibre and proteins is that it may have a increased effect on metabolism as compare to other fruits. Recent evidence suggests due the melons high source of lycopene an antioxidant that has the potential of fighting against cancers of the colon, womb, breast and the breathing system.
  1. Tree of life Broccoli has a very high fibre content thus helping you stay fuller and satisfied longer between meals. Its an effect immune booster aiding in the fight against pathogens and well as a source of selenium, beta-carotene and zinc are all bio-active components. Meaning they are in vitro radical-scavengers attacking pathogens. Helping to keep you healthy

These super calorie burning foods may have a positive effect as part of a virtual gastric band and exercise regime for a weight loss programme delivered by Nick Parmar from www.fusiontherapy.co.uk

Simple Meditation

What are the documented benefits of meditation

Better sleep, decrease in the feeling of tension, stress and anxiety. On a pathological level higher blood oxygen levels, lower metabolic heart rates. Easing the sensations and levels of pain. Symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, insomnia according to (nccih)

Steps to Simple Meditation

 

  1. Get yourself into a comfortable position, either sitting in a chair or laying down.

 

  1. Now close your eyes

 

  1. Take a slow long deep breath

 

  1. Then slowly breathe out

 

  1. On the next breathe in. Quickly tense up every muscle starting from your toes to your head

 

  1. As you slowly breathe out let go of all those tense muscles.

 

  1. And again take in a slow long deep breathe. Quickly tense up every muscle starting from your toes to your head

 

  1. As you slowly breathe out let go of all those tense muscles.

 

  1. Now breath slowly and regularly

 

  1. In your imagination scan every muscle and seek out any remaining tension. Once found concentrate the attention of your slow breathe on the muscle group and just let go.

 

Once you have mastered this basic method of Simple Meditation, the next step is to clear the mind of chatter by just simply concentrating on the breathe slowly going in and slowly coming out. Aim to do this for a few minutes and then stop the mediation.

 

With simple meditation each day progress the above a minute or so extra. And before long you will be able to manage a healthy 20- 60 minutes of restorative blissful calmness which bring wonderful changes in your personal health and wellbeing.

 

Key words- simple mediation, easy meditation, meditation, Leeds, London, Manchester.

 

Nick Parmar

www.fusiontherapy.co.uk

email fusiontherapy@hotmail.co.uk

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