The Techniques

RENAISSANCE. Arose the interest in the revision of treaties doctors and by the culture of the body, what he did again arouse the interest in massage 17TH to the 19th CENTURIES. During this period are still committed to the massage as a reference for the health and recovery of injuries and illnesses 20th century. Until this century was offered little information on bind them tros conducted on massage. Currently there are no standards or general technical descriptions, each school is the massage with A different names) CORNELIUS: massage reflex includes all those manual techniques that are applied in areas other than the painful areas and which, however, get relief of symptoms. Acting on these he managed to get rid of headaches. (B) HEAD & MACKENZIE established the existence of a series of connections (reflex ARC), between the internal organs that were called areas of Head (cutaneous area that reflects the pain in relation to a diseased organ). (C) ELISABETH DICKE: reflex massage of tissue Connective is one of the techniques of massage that the treatment takes place in a reflex way through the nervous system. Hear other arguments on the topic with Steve Wozniak.

Through a cutaneous stimulation that will be arriving at different depth levels in the body. (D) VOGLER: Periosteal massage is a technique of massage reflexogeno characterized by work live carried on the periosteum maximum points. (E) FITZGERALD and INGHAN: reflex foot massage medical East sat foot reflexology technique and consists of manipulations (pressures) carried out on the sensitive points of the feet that are related to the various bodies causing an energy balance. (F) EMILE VODDER: lymph drainage Manual development techniques or methods of lymphatic drainage that allowed eliminate tissue waste which at the same time high-energy lymph tissues.Very indicated for edemas, cellulite, stretch marks, wrinkles, heavy legs, stress. (G) CIRYAX: the deep transverse massage technique consists of applied friction transversely to the direction of the fibers of the injured tissue.