Body Shaping massage treatment is to non-invasively target and destroy fat, which your body’s lymphatic system then filters out and away over time (generally within a few months). Here are the details on each technique: Cold treatments, these employ temperatures cold enough to kill body fat cells, but not damage your skin. These procedures can be applied on many body parts including: the chin, arms, abdomen, love handles and thighs. It’s safe for most clients. However, those who have a vascular condition that makes them extra sensitive to cold temperatures should not use this treatment. There is also cupping and woods massage treatments which are to follow for dramatically effective results.
What to expect from treatment:
Deep relaxing and invigorating massage treatment.
Ideal for people who have skin laxity (stretched skin) and stubborn fat after weight loss.
Treatments are from 30 mins to 1.5 hours long. Overall, you can plan on three to ten sessions, depending upon the treatments you choose and the areas of concern.
It takes about 3 to 10 weeks for the body to process and dispose of the fat. That’s when you’ll see the full beneficial effects of each treatment effort.
Any pain or tensions experienced from these treatments is noted to be generally minimal and painless effects on the skin creating effective results.
Afterwards, possible side-effects you may experience are some redness, swelling, bruising and tenderness in the treatment area for a few days.
Break cellulite. Body and skin tightening treatment for reduced appearance of stretch marks.
Immediately effective and visible results Reduces Muffin Top Eliminates Saddlebags on the thighs.
Chiseling of the waist area.
Tones and defines the arms and legs Firms thighs and buttocks.
Cost effective (ideal for early prevention and maintenance of health) Lymphatic drainage and elimination of adipose tissues.
Gradual relocation of adipose tissues to other areas for reshaping and sculpting the body.
Contraindications: Things to consider
Cellulite Massage treatment is non-invasive, deep relaxing and natural. It is therefore generally considered a safe treatment for most people. Total Contraindications When you have any of these conditions, please do not book a massage:
Contagious diseases, including any cold or flu, no matter how mild it may seem
Under the influence of drugs or alcohol-including prescription pain medication
Recent operations or acute injuries
Local Contraindications The therapist can massage but not over any areas affected by:
Undiagnosed lumps or bumps
Inflammation, including arthritis
Medical Contraindications If you suffer from any of the following conditions, massage can only take place once it has been approved before your session in writing by your Physician.