Advance deep tissue massage utilises the therapists fingers, thumbs and elbows to release chronic muscle tension, using slow, deep strokes and friction; the therapist may work perpendicularly to the length of the fibres of the superficial muscles, with the intent of massaging the deeper muscle groups. 

The therapy was developed from other forms of bodywork, including  cross-fibre friction massage, deep tissue sculpting, Rolfing and others; it is believed to increase blood flow, reduce inflammation and promote faster healing and to be of greatest use in 

problematic muscular pain,  aiding rehabilitation and arthritic complaints.

 

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