Fan brush massage
Fan brush massage
The fan brush massage gently stimulates the sensory nerve tracts. The production of the hormone serotonin is stimulated, which leads to deep relaxation.
Background: The hormone serotonin has a mood-enhancing, relaxing, sleep-promoting, antidepressant, pain-relieving and motivational effect. In addition, serotonin has a positive effect on the feeling of satiety and thus has an appetite-regulating effect. Serotonin deficiency, aggravated by melatonin and dopamine deficiency, can lead to depression, anxiety, lack of concentration, insomnia, migraines, fibromyalgia (unspecific connective tissue pain), sensory disorders (MCS) and severe exhaustion (fatigue, CFS).
The central nervous system (CNS) includes the spinal cord and the brain. All information comes together here. The sensory nerve tracts come from the sensory organs and enter the spinal cord via the posterior root. The dendrites (trees) of the sensory fibers transport information about touch, temperature, body position and pain from the body to the CNS.
1. Arrange a fan brush with a bamboo bowl, flowers and candles on the tray table.
2. Arrange the bed with the clamshell and welcome treats.
3. Hand over treatment briefs to guests upon request.
1. Guest undresses except for briefs, is bedded on a couch in the supine position. Not treated
Cover parts of the body with a large cloth.
2. Start is remote from the heart, ie on the right leg, lower leg. It is gently from top to bottom using
painted with the fan brush, along the nerve tracts (similar to meridians).
A swipe in the direction of the lymph flow is not necessary, as relaxation is in the foreground
does not stimulate the lymph flow. The treatment by stimulating the
Nerve pathways nevertheless slightly stimulates the metabolism. Work is done from the side. No over
Guest lean, absolutely calm movements, always in contact with the guest, even with
Change of page.
3. Sequence of 7 lines each. The exact definition and sequence unfortunately remains our secret