The hot stone massage is an ancient form of alternative healing therapy and bodywork technique involving the positioning of several heated or cold stones on the human body for the purpose of healing, relaxation and pain relief. The first descriptions of hot stone therapy were recorded in Egyptian tomb murals hundreds of years ago. They're thought to be the result of an intense heat emitted by rocks when they are warmed above volcanic or river rock temperatures. Throughout the Roman Empire, hot stone massages were frequently used as a part of luxury treatments that included many other exotic treatments.
It's usually safe to execute hot stone massage on healthy adults. But it ought to be avoided by people with bleeding disorders, digestive problems or asthma. It's also not suggested for pregnant women that are breast feeding. The therapy is also generally safe if done by a professional therapist that uses proper breathing techniques while placing the temperature onto the patient. There were reports of burns, scarring and injury from improperly handled hot stone massages.
In this kind of massage, the patient lies face down on a cushioned table that's covered with a sheet. A hot stone massage applies a minimal temperature of rock-based liquid onto the body from the top of the table. It is strongly recommended that the patient does not rub or touch the