The Benefits of Swedish Massage By Rochel Rubinoff

Updated: Aug 8



Swedish massage is the most well-known and widely practiced type of therapeutic massage—and for good reason.


Swedish massage, also known as classic massage, was developed in Sweden over two centuries ago. This type of massage targets superficial muscles, it involves long strokes and friction motions to improve circulation and blood flow.


Rochel Rubinoff's magical hands and positive demeanor bring tranquility to a whole new level.

Her Swedish massage will energize you and relieve tension, promotes relaxation and improve your overall health.


The main goal of Swedish massage is to achieve a sedative effect through mental and physical relaxation.



Benefits of Swedish Massage Therapy There are abundance of studies around Swedish massage and its many benefits which include both Physical and Mental Health benefits


· Improved circulation and relieves post workout soreness

· Reduced lower back pain

· Improved sleep quality

· Improved flexibility

· Decreased fatigue, improved energy

· Lowered blood pressure

· Mood enhancement

· Reduced anxiety

· Reduced depressive symptoms



Pain management Swedish massage can be an effective method for managing Chronic pain due to Arthritis in a natural way. Talk to Rochel about your pain points so she can target those areas and use a motion to improve local circulation and reduce muscle tension.

Increases Flexibility & Range of Motion By incorporating stretching techniques, Swedish Massage can elongate the muscles, open and lubricate the joints and decrease swelling, all of which can ease movement and increase flexibility. Improve Posture Swedish Massage helps to ease the muscular holding that underlies postural imbalance. Postural imbalances have many sources, including overworked muscles due to repetitive strain, overworked muscles, prolonged sitting, or injury.




Decreased Stress & Increased Relaxation Stress can manifest in the body with increased muscle tension and sometimes pain. Stress can also manifest in the mind with increased worry or anxiety. Swedish Massages help to clear the body and mind of unwanted responses to stress by calming the nervous system and relaxing muscular tension.



Increase Blood Flow Massage therapy can dilate the blood vessels and widens the membrane pores, improving your body’s ability to deliver fresh blood to muscles and organs.


Support Healthy Immunity When it comes to overall health, it is important to take a holistic approach. Increased physical pain can also increase mental stress. In addition, any stress can lead to an immune deficiency. Swedish Massage encourages relaxation, promotes a decrease in body tension and as a results supports a healthy immune system.



Increases Overall Energy Increased circulation and decreased stress can lead to a general boost of energy. Endorphin Release to Improve Mood Research shows increased serotonin and dopamine in massage recipients, improving their mood and feeling of emotional well-being. Improve Sleep Studies show that getting a massage increases serotonin levels in the body, so you can fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer. Relieve Headaches Many headaches or migraines are a result of stress and/or poor circulation. Swedish Massage relieves the stress associated with tension headaches and improves circulation.



The significant benefits of Swedish Massage make it clear that a regular massage regimen is more than a luxury. It is indeed an important ingredient in the maintenance of physical and emotional well-being.

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Rochel has been a healer since 2004. She qualified as a Reflexologist and massage Therapist at 'Shelem College of Complementary Medicine in The Spirit of Judaism' in Yerushalaim. She is a certified 'Life Coach' from 'Freedom Coaching School ' in Tel Aviv.





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Holistic complementary Therapy, 2nd Nature Healing Center,

34 Nachal Hakishon, Ramat Beit Shemesh, Israel




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