Dry water massage

A users guide

The aims of massage

Massage is a passive measure. It does, however, activate and/or stabilise number of body functions:

  • It can help to counteract deterioration in muscle tone and thus in general posture, by an activating or dampening action, primarily on the vegetative nervous system. This is the system which is controlled subconsciously and which regulates the tension (tone) of the blood vessels – and with it the circulation and the body’s support muscles.
  • It promotes recovery (regeneration) from excess stress arising essentially from the pressures of everyday routine and work.
  • It strengthens the general feeling of well being, above all through the relief of nervous tension.

Source: Prof. Dr. med. Heinz Liesen
Leader of sports medical institute of the university Paderborn / Germany


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The effects of a massage