Outcall Swedish Massage Las Vegas by true Professionals
Outcall Swedish massage Las Vegas is one of our most popular services. Everybody, especially if it’s their first time having massage, loves Swedish massage as therapists use gentle and firm long strokes and do not manipulate your muscles to the extreme like Thai or shiatsu massages.
What does outcall Swedish massage Las Vegas session go?
After you book an outcall session with one of our friendly and helpful operator girls, the therapist will be at your hotel, home, or office door in thirty minutes, if the destination is near strip area. You lie on your belly on the bed with the minimal clothing you are comfortable, as the Swedish massage is mainly oil massage. The therapist begin with light kneading to warm up your body and continue with firm and long strokes along your back. Most therapist spend longer time on shoulder areas as they are usually most tensed up and need some thorough work. Then the therapist works on your arms, down to lower back, legs, and feet. After about thirty-five minutes into the session you will be asked to turn over and the therapist do their magic on your shoulders, neck, chest, arms, and the front of the legs. Most of our therapists finish their sessions with mild stretching of the major muscles of your glute, arms, and legs. The therapists use their palm, knuckles, and heel of their hands for longer strokes and they use their fingertips, especially thumbs, to give pressure on tight spots to release the tension. The main purpose of the outcall Swedish massage Las Vegas massage is to improve your blood circulation.
The main benefit of outcall Swedish massage Las Vegas
Many studies have shown that Swedish massage have some very significant benefits. To name a few, reducing knee, lowering blood pressure, relieving headaches and muscle soreness. But, outcall Swedish massage las vegas team would like to emphasize its impact on reducing fatigue, depression, and anxiety. In 2014, the University of Miami Medical School conducted an experimental study for five weeks on 24 patients with multiple sclerosis (MS), a disease in which the immune system eats away the protective covering of the nerves.
Half of the participants had 45-minute massages twice a week. The other half had standard medical treatment. The results showed the patients who had massage sessions experienced less depression, lowered anxiety, better social function and self-esteem, and improved body image. The reason is the massage decreases cortisol, which is the stress hormone, and increases serotonin, the “happy” hormones, at the same time. So, basically, whenever you are feeling stressed, tired, or down, massage can naturally heal you and put you in a better mood in no time!