Technically known as reflexology, a foot massage can be sensual, therapeutic or just pure relaxation.
The feet tend to overlook most of the time for massage and maintenance only if they start to hurt. Feeling comfortable foot rubbing can be a good thing to indulge in exercise after a day of work and exercise.
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The foot needs regular pampering to renew the muscles of both the foot and leg. Be gentle on your feet or you may suffer the consequences of painful foot and foot pain due to overuse in any case.
Whether you are the person who gives this type of massage or you are on the receiving end, you will certainly experience many advantages, such as not stressing the body, relaxing and promoting blood circulation.
There are certain steps to be followed in order to get a positive foot massage and relaxation and the benefits associated with it.
Stroking or ribbing stimulates blood circulation and warms the foot. Grip your partner's arm between your hands, and at the top of the foot, start a long, steady, and slow movement using your thumb tool, starting from the tip of the toes and then moving it away from you, down to the ankle.
Repeat using lighter, lighter strokes. Do this step three to six times and then rub the foot base the same way.
Turns the ankle rotation in the feet and relaxes joints. Cup your hand under the heel, at the back of the ankle in order to prepare the leg and foot.
Hold the foot curve with the other hand and slowly rotate the base at the ankle about three to six times in both directions.
With repeated foot massage, any type of stiffness will begin to recede. This foot massage is particularly useful for those who suffer from arthritis.
The fingers can be touch sensitive and this message can be quite quiet. Hold the foot under the arch using one hand and, on the other, starting from the toes, hold your toe using your thumb on the top of the toe and index finger underneath it.
Starting from the bottom of the toe, pull the toe tightly and slowly using your thumb, and move your fingers on the top and rear of the foot base. Repeat it, but gently knead and then press the toe between the index finger and thumb focusing on the tip of the toe and the back of the foot base. Repeat these double movements on the other toes.
Hold the foot in the back of the ankle, just under the heel. From the finger of the index finger in your other hand, slide your finger between the toes, back, and back for at least three to six times.
This exercise frees tension in the outer and inner longitudinal braces. Hold the foot as you did in step four earlier. Using your other heel, push, as you move from the bow to the foot curve, push towards the heel, then count again. Repeat these five times.
Do not use too much pressure. This is an excellent way to start and end the foot massage. These simple steps can be done at any time, as well as part of the home pedicure process.