This massage type is one of the more obscure methods in existence, though of late it has gained in popularity since it is offered at popular malls and many of the resorts in Las Vegas, Nevada.

  • It uses jets of water, rather than the massage therapist’s hands to massage the muscles.

This technique can be done in one of two ways:

  • The first option is where the jets of water actually make contact with the client’s body for a deeper massage.
  • The second option has a protective barrier that stops the water from coming into contact with the client. The client instead lies on a foam pad, covers up with a plastic sheet, and then is sprayed by jets of warm, soothing water.

It is incredibly similar to using a shower head on sore muscles and skin at home and uses the same ideas and techniques on a grander scale to increase the effectiveness of the healing touch.

  • This type of massage can work wonders in the right situations, especially on those suffering from soreness and muscle aches from disorders such as fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue syndrome.

*DISCLAIMER: THIS PUBLICATION IS NOT INTENDED TO BE MEDICAL ADVICE, IT IS FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY.

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