Special Massage Treatments For The Body Conscious Can Help Bring People Out Of Their Shell

Leading UK provider of mobile massages, Return to Glory, reveals ideal treatments for shy people to introduce the benefits of massage therapy and teach customers to love their bodies.


WEBWIRE – Friday, November 30, 2012

Leading UK provider of mobile massages, Return to Glory, reveals ideal treatments for shy people to introduce the benefits of massage therapy and teach customers to love their bodies.
 
Return to Glory, the London based provider of mobile massage therapy for the home, the office and beyond says that a common concern expressed by their home treatment customers is an awareness or unhappiness with their own body image.
 
But the leading UK therapists have revealed a range of treatments which provide the shy and body conscious with an introduction to massage. These carefully designed massage treatments can be carried out in the customer’s home and allow to build a feeling of trust and comfort, toward their therapist and themselves.
 
In a company blog Return to Glory CEO, Natasha Dwyer, explained: “One of the most common questions I get asked from customers is ‘what are the best treatments for shy or body-conscious people?’ Given that a great deal of women and men are unhappy with their body image for a lot of reasons and for the most part exacerbated by the media, I understand these genuine concerns.”
 
For this reason the company has handpicked a range of specialised massage treatments, designed to ease reluctant customers into the relaxing and rejuvenating world of home massage therapy.
 
The most popular treatments for shy or nervous customers are the Thai/Shiatsu Massage, Reflexology, or the Chair Massage.
 
The Thai or Shiatsu massage techniques can be performed over loose comfortable clothing, meaning that customers needn’t bare all to benefit.
 
Therapists use their bodyweight to lean into the customer; stretching and holding their body in order to improve energy flow, blood circulation, flexibility and posture. The whole session can be carried out on the floor with a mat for comfort and without the use of any massage oils. Customers are left feeling completely relaxed.
 
Comfortable clothing can also be worn for Reflexology treatment, which can be carried out in a chair or on a massage table. With little or no massage oil, a therapist applies pressure to feet and hands, stimulating the corresponding areas of the body and promoting better health.
 
Chair Massage can be carried out at home or even at your work desk. Massage is focussed on the neck, shoulders and scalp and can be carried out whilst fully clothed. Particular areas of the body can also be offered therapy upon request.
 
From here, shy or body conscious customers can become more accustomed to massage and develop a rapport with their extremely professional but warm and comforting therapist.
 
Natasha continues: “If you’re particularly nervous about the therapist or undressing, there’s no need to worry.  Home therapists are confident and put shy peopleat ease.
 
“They’re also trained to be sensitive about every treatment.  We’re asked to work with many shy people and people who are having treatments to combat things they are not confident with.”
 
For more information about mobile massage therapy visit the Return to Glory website today.



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