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Published on March 10, 2014

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Manny P. Daleon presents THE FIVE BASIC TECHNIQUES OF SWEDISH MASSAGE

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer EFFLEURAGE(STROKING) 2

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer EFFLEURAGE(STROKING) -light, firm and gentle glide of the entire surface of the hand 3

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer EFFLEURAGE(STROKING) -light, firm and gentle glide of the entire surface of the hand Purpose: 4

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer EFFLEURAGE(STROKING) -light, firm and gentle glide of the entire surface of the hand Purpose: Start and end the massage and during transition of massage technique 5

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer EFFLEURAGE(STROKING) -light, firm and gentle glide of the entire surface of the hand Purpose:  Start and end the massage and during transition of massage technique  Accustomed the patient with the touch of the therapist 6

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer EFFLEURAGE(STROKING) -light, firm and gentle glide of the entire surface of the hand Purpose:  Start and end the massage and during transition of massage technique  Accustomed the patient with the touch of the therapist  Determine sensitive areas of spasm and muscle soreness 7

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer EFFLEURAGE(STROKING) -light, firm and gentle glide of the entire surface of the hand Purpose:  Start and end the massage and during transition of massage technique  Accustomed the patient with the touch of the therapist  Determine sensitive areas of spasm and muscle soreness  Apply and distribute the lubricant 8

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer EFFLEURAGE(STROKING) -light, firm and gentle glide of the entire surface of the hand Purpose:  Start and end the massage and during transition of massage technique  Accustomed the patient with the touch of the therapist  Determine sensitive areas of spasm and muscle soreness  Apply and distribute the lubricant  Remove dead skin cells and scars 9

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer VARIATIONS: 10

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer VARIATIONS: 1. Superficial stroking 11

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer VARIATIONS: 1. Superficial stroking Very light, gliding of the hand applied in any direction to distribute the lubricant 12

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer VARIATIONS: 1. Superficial stroking  Very light, gliding of the hand applied in any direction to distribute the lubricant Most common technique 13

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer VARIATIONS: 1. Superficial stroking  Very light, gliding of the hand applied in any direction to distribute the lubricant  Most common technique 2. Shingles 14

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer VARIATIONS: 1. Superficial stroking Very light, gliding of the hand applied in any direction to distribute the lubricant  Most common technique  2. Shingles  Hand over hand stroke or one hand follow the other; although contact with the patient is lost as each hand is lifted, the other hand follows to give the patient a feeling of contact with the touch of the therapist. 15

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer VARIATIONS: 3. Knuckling With a clinched fist, it is alternate and rhythmic dorsiflexion and plantarflexion of the applied on broad areas 16

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer VARIATIONS: 3. Knuckling  With a clinched fist, it is alternate and rhythmic dorsiflexion and plantarflexion of the applied on broad areas 4. Fulling Usually applied at the back with a sacroiliac joint pain; it is lifting and pushing of hands in opposite direction; no pressure should be placed over spinous process as you passed 17

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer NOTES: Hands are relax to hold the part to be treated  Applied in any direction but usually centripetal to aid lymphatic and venous circulation  18

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer 2. PETRISSAGE(COMPRESSION) 19

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer 2. PETRISSAGE(COMPRESSION)  -repeated lifting, grasping and releasing of tissues with one or both hands with the use of thumb or a finger 20

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer 2. PETRISSAGE(COMPRESSION)  -repeated lifting, grasping and releasing of tissues with one or both hands with the use of thumb or a finger Purpose: 21

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer 2. PETRISSAGE(COMPRESSION) -repeated lifting, grasping and releasing of tissues with one or both hands with the use of thumb or a finger Purpose:   Stretch contracted and to loosen adherent tissues 22

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer 2. PETRISSAGE(COMPRESSION) -repeated lifting, grasping and releasing of tissues with one or both hands with the use of thumb or a finger Purpose:  Stretch contracted and to loosen adherent tissues   Assist venous and lymphatic flow 23

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer 2. PETRISSAGE(COMPRESSION) -repeated lifting, grasping and releasing of tissues with one or both hands with the use of thumb or a finger Purpose:  Stretch contracted and to loosen adherent tissues  Assist venous and lymphatic flow   Milks the muscles of waste products of metabolism 24

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer VARIATIONS: 25

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer VARIATIONS: Kneading—grasping and compressing of muscle , grasp and applying pressure on it 26

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer VARIATIONS:  Kneading—grasping and compressing of muscle , grasp and applying pressure on it Pinching—alternate picking up of small portion of the skin of thumb and first finger 27

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer VARIATIONS:  Kneading—grasping and compressing of muscle , grasp and applying pressure on it  Pinching—alternate picking up of small portion of the skin of thumb and first finger Spider walk 28

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer VARIATIONS:  Kneading—grasping and compressing of muscle , grasp and applying pressure on it  Pinching—alternate picking up of small portion of the skin of thumb and first finger  Spider walk Jostling 29

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer VARIATIONS:  Kneading—grasping and compressing of muscle , grasp and applying pressure on it  Pinching—alternate picking up of small portion of the skin of thumb and first finger  Spider walk  Jostling Skin rolling 30

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer 3. FRICTION 31

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer 3. FRICTION FRICTION—applying circular or traverse motion of finger , thumb or heel of the palm to small areas of tissues 32

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer 3. FRICTION FRICTION—applying circular or traverse motion of finger , thumb or heel of the palm to small areas of tissues Purpose: 33

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer 3. FRICTION FRICTION—applying circular or traverse motion of finger , thumb or heel of the palm to small areas of tissues Purpose: Break up nodules and adhesion 34

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer 3. FRICTION FRICTION—applying circular or traverse motion of finger , thumb or heel of the palm to small areas of tissues Purpose:  Break up nodules and adhesion  Assist in circulation 35

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer 3. FRICTION FRICTION—applying circular or traverse motion of finger , thumb or heel of the palm to small areas of tissues Purpose:  Break up nodules and adhesion  Assist in circulation  Milks the muscle with waste products of metabolism 36

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer Variations: 37

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer Variations:  Cross-fiber—applied through longitudinal orientation 38

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer Variations: Cross-fiber—applied through longitudinal orientation  Storm technique—applied thru longitudinal fiber of the muscle.  39

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer Variations: Cross-fiber—applied through longitudinal orientation  Storm technique—applied thru longitudinal fiber of the muscle.  Notes: 40

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer Variations: Cross-fiber—applied through longitudinal orientation  Storm technique—applied thru longitudinal fiber of the muscle.  Notes:  Used in prominent joints 41

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer Variations: Cross-fiber—applied through longitudinal orientation  Storm technique—applied thru longitudinal fiber of the muscle.  Notes:  Used in prominent joints  Produced heat 42

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer Variations: Cross-fiber—applied through longitudinal orientation  Storm technique—applied thru longitudinal fiber of the muscle.  Notes: Used in prominent joints  Produced heat   May produce bruising 43

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer 4. TAPOTEMENT(PERCUSSION) 44

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer 4. TAPOTEMENT(PERCUSSION) --may produce a series of brisk blows, rapid and alternate fashion on soft tissue of the patient. 45

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer 4. TAPOTEMENT(PERCUSSION) --may produce a series of brisk blows, rapid and alternate fashion on soft tissue of the patient. Purpose: 46

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer 4. TAPOTEMENT(PERCUSSION) --may produce a series of brisk blows, rapid and alternate fashion on soft tissue of the patient. Purpose: Stimulate beeper muscles and nerves tissues like 47

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer 4. TAPOTEMENT(PERCUSSION) --may produce a series of brisk blows, rapid and alternate fashion on soft tissue of the patient. Purpose:  Stimulate beeper tissues like muscles and nerves Muscular contractions 48

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer 4. TAPOTEMENT(PERCUSSION) --may produce a series of brisk blows, rapid and alternate fashion on soft tissue of the patient. Purpose:  Stimulate beeper tissues like muscles and nerves  Muscular contractions Loosen secretions 49

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer VARIATIONS 50

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer VARIATIONS Hacking 51

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer VARIATIONS  Hacking  Chopping 52

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer VARIATIONS Hacking  Chopping   Beating 53

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer VARIATIONS Hacking  Chopping  Beating   Pounding 54

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer VARIATIONS Hacking  Chopping  Beating  Pounding  Cupping 55

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer VARIATIONS Hacking  Chopping  Beating  Pounding  Cupping  Clapping 56

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer VARIATIONS Hacking  Chopping  Beating  Pounding  Cupping  Clapping   Slapping 57

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer VARIATIONS Hacking  Chopping  Beating  Pounding  Cupping  Clapping  Slapping   Tapping 58

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer VIBRATION(SHAKING) -fine rhythmical, tremulous movement using the hand or forearm causing part to vibrate Purpose:  Soothing effect  Awaken the patients body system  Peripheral neuritis 59

Prepared by: Manny P. Daleon-Trainer 60

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