A French massage is a massage that would be "listening to French aches". This massage is already being emulated and have already seduced many Frenchies.
Developed by a team of physiotherapists and psychologists to fight French aches, the purpose of this massage is to achieve the ultimate well-being in order to release pain of body and mind. Absolute relaxation.
Our daily lives are often made up of obligations and stress. The accumulated fatigue quickly leads us to a state of overwork, which weakens our body and damages our mind.
To prevent this condition from settling in, it is beneficial to arrange our schedule with mini-breaks, which relax and rejuvenate us. These moments of relaxation allow us to listen to ourselves, and to find harmony between our body and mind.
French massage is one of its beneficial means for the body and soul, a treatment that helps to regain body awareness and restore self-confidence.
The components of the French Touch have been designed with the inspiration of nature, the return to the benefit of the land, fresh local produce and French traditions in mind. She supports healthy eating, taking care of her body and helping to preserve nature.
This gives ingredients made in France!
The epidermis absorbs nearly 90% of the products applied to the surface of your body. This is why it is important to use 100% natural, healthy and ethical vegetable oils such as grape seed oil rich in vitamins, minerals, proteins and linoleic acids, which is ideal for its regenerative, restructuring and moisturizing qualities.
The French Touch massage therefore uses a vegetable oil based on grape seeds combined with the virtues and benefits of fresh seasonal fruits, vegetables and plants grown on French soil in order to help protect the ecosystem and preserve the balance of nature.
This massage will take you on a journey of well-being spanning 2,000 years of history.
It is also a muscular work supported, adapted to your sensitivity, on the back, the legs and the belly, cradle of the emotions, this will complete the experience which promises to be unique ...
French massage with fluid and harmonious movements is often completed by slid pressure, kneading, and light friction. Particularly gentle and relaxing, it is performed with essential oils to carve and wrap the body in an intense moment of listening and inter-activity. For harmonious movements, ample and rhythmic, it provides an immense sensation of relaxation and deep well-being.
With alternating energetic pressures and smoother movements that slip on scented oils, French massage takes different techniques of traditional care from around the world to make it a relaxing treatment that eliminates stress and relieves tension. It is a wellness massage, a series of movements that seeks individual balance, fulfillment, harmony of the person, listening to the body. The movements are facilitated by grape seed massage oil by emphasizing the most tense parts of the body. The relaxation is so complete that you can find yourself completely asleep.
Deeply rich by its sensorial-sensory approach, French massage:
The objective is to activate blood circulation through slow and recurrent gestures.
Touch is one of the five senses of the human body. All five senses are extremely important not only for allowing us to make cognitive connections to the world, but to give us a rich emotional life.
Sensations and emotions that define us as people make us unique. They allow us to live life to the fullest.
We are all born with a natural need for physical contact. Physical contact is extremely important for our physical and emotional health and well-being.
The newborn needs physical contact as much as food. In the same way, adults also need touch whether they recognize it or not.
In fact, physical contact is more than a way to stay healthy, it is a means of communication. Speech is not our only means of communication as we might think.
Some scientists suggest that humans need a few hugs a day for a healthy life. Our western society has developed a negative reaction to physical contact. It is considered an intrusion into our private life and is banned from our lives.
Too often we associate physical contact with sex. Physical contact is not only sexual. Fortunately, however, our French culture have kept an interesting level of tactile interaction. We will hold hands, and we kiss without difficulty.
The space and atmosphere of the massage room invite you to maximum relaxation. The treatment takes place in a quiet and barely lighted room. The atmosphere is cosy, the ambient temperature pleasant, neither too hot nor too cold. Nothing more unpleasant than being cold during a massage!
The treatment is performed by a qualified massage therapist or by an aesthetician. It is performed with a little background music, not rhythmic. Nature music is often chosen, such as the sound of the sea, or the singing of dolphins, known for its peaceful properties.
Usually, you are first laid on your stomach, on a completely horizontal massage table, to allow a uniform and maximum rest for your entire body. If you have back pain, you may ask that your feet be slightly raised.
You are first covered with a sheet, or a thin blanket, for your comfort. During the treatment, the professional will discover the different parts of your body, then once treated, she will cover them again.
Lavender, orange blossom, jasmine wrap the room in a soft and relaxing fragrance, while lemon, mint and tea tree give it more tonic notes.
The professional adapts the oils to the type of mouvements performed. For the face, we prefer to use a face cream, which is more pleasant and moisturizing.
French massage combines different types of movements, more or less relaxing:
The professional starts with a light and enveloping back massage, which introduces a first contact with your body. This manoeuvre acts on the nerve endings and induces muscle relaxation.
The movement, initially practiced slightly, will then be more supported in order to allow the practitioner to feel the different tensions of your body, and for you to become aware of them.
Then, the different parts of the body will be treated: the shoulders, the neck, the sides, the lumbar vertebrae. Then the limbs, palms and arches, fingers and toes.
Extend this cocooning break even further with a few minutes of relaxation, before getting up, to complete your relaxation.
Then drink a large glass of water to further promote the elimination of toxins.
Renew the treatment once a week, you deserve it!