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E DEXCEL L EVEL 3 SUBSIDIARY IN BEAUTY T HERAPY Body massage Lesson 4
B ODY M ASSAGE – L ESSON 4 Aim - Body Massage Objectives- Describe the effect massage has on the endocrine, nervous, digestive and urinary systems (interacting and responding) Demonstrate a front of legs, arm, chest, and abdomen and back of legs. (Listen and respond to information), (Measuring time). Extended Objectives: Evaluate physiological effects of massage on the endocrine, nervous, digestive and urinary systems ( writing to analyse) EQ objectives: Illustrate effective communication skills Demonstrate appropriate behaviour
G ROUP A CTIVITY Get into groups of 4, in your group spend 5 minutes discussing the effects massage has on the endocrine, nervous, digestive and urinary systems
Physiological Effects: Increases blood circulation, bringing fresh nutrients and oxygen to the body cells and systems. Warms the tissues and produces erythema. Superficial and deeper layers of the skin are stimulated, increasing cellular function and regeneration of body cells. Aids desquamation- removal of dead skin cells. Sebaceous secretion of the skin are increase, moisturising the skin. Reduces fibrous growth formation such as skin tags and aids the dispersion of millia. Increases lymphatic flow, aiding the removal of waste products and toxins. Relaxes tense and contracted muscles, improving muscle tone. Stimulates the nerve endings, relieving muscular pain and fatigue. Softens and breaks down localized fatty deposits. Loosens scar tissue. Improves venous and arterial circulation, relieving congestion.
B ODY M ASSAGE R OUTINE Front of leg- 5 minutes start with clients right leg 1. Effleurage whole leg x 6 2. Double handed kneading 3 rows of 3 3. Double handed picking up 4. Wringing of the thigh 5. Hacking of the thigh 6. Cupping of the thigh 7. Effleurage around the patella 8. Thumb kneading between the tibia and fibula including knuckles 9. Thumb kneading down towards the tarsal's, met-tarsals and phalanges x 2 10. Zig zag sole of the foot 11. Stroking 12. Effleurage whole leg x 6 To finish cover with towel and pressure stroke the area
B ODY M ASSAGE R OUTINE Arm – 3 minutes start with the clients right arm 1. Effleurage x 3 2. Double handed kneading of the deltoid 3. Picking up of the triceps and biceps 4. Wringing 5. Thumb kneading around the elbow 6. Thumb kneading between the radius and the ulna. 7. Thumb kneading of the carpals, meta carpals and the phalanges 8. Thumb kneading of the palm of the hand 9. Effleurage
B ODY MASSAGE ROUTINE Neck and Chest massage – 4 minutes 1. Effleurage in full diamond shape, starting at the centre of the chest. 2. Finger kneading to the trapezius 3. Thumb kneading to the trapezius 4. Stretching of deltoids x 3 5. Deep clavical draining to lymph nodes x3 6. Knuckling to the pectorals and into the nodes. 7. Effleurage in full diamond shape, starting at the centre of the chest.
M ASSAGE R OUTINE Abdomen – 4 minutes 1. Effleurage x 3 triangle 2. Single handed deep effleurage to external oblique's. 3. Wringing to the whole abdomen 4. Double handed kneading to the whole abdomen 5. Finger kneading ascending, transverse and descending colon. 6. Single handed deep effleurage to external oblique's 7. Effleurage x 3 triangle
B ACK OF LEGS INCLUDING GLUTEALS (6 MINUTES ) 1. Effleurage x 6 2. Double handed kneading 3 rows x 3 including gluteals 3. Picking up the hamstrings 4. Wringing to the hamstrings 5. Hacking and cupping over the gluteals and adipose tissue 6. Beating and pounding over the gluteals and adipose tissue 7. Picking up from gastrocenimus 8. Finger kneading the Achilles tendon 9. Effleurage x 6 To finish cover with towel and pressure stroke the area
R EVIEW In pairs discuss what you have learnt today. What did you enjoy? What did you find difficult? What did you enjoy? Write down 2 new things you have learnt today and put it on the board at the front.