As we well know, massage has been known for a long time, and more than that, American have surrendered to the many benefits that massage can provide for our health, well-being, and quality of life.

I believe you have already experienced a tiring and stressful day, haven't you? Now, imagine that when you get home your partner has prepared a relaxing massage session for you. Sounds like a wonderful dream?

Some people write to me asking for solid massage tips so that their partner can do some maneuvers to improve back pain, neck pain, or just to relax after a stressful day.

In this article, I want to present a course that is aimed at the lay public who wants to learn how to do massage but does not want to become a professional in the area. Check it out!

Therapist Gerson has developed an online course entirely in video lessons where he teaches laypeople to step by step how to learn relaxing massage maneuvers and tips on materials that can be used to help people perform a massage session.

The name of the course is Massage for Couples, but know that this course is directed to anyone who wants to learn how to do massage, but only as a hobby, with no intention of being a professional in the area, even because the course is not professionalizing.

This course has a totally therapeutic focus, without any other connotation, something very common when we see ads about massage, isn't it?

The course has an investment of R$ 97,00 and can be paid in installments up to 12 times. What calls my attention in this opportunity is that Gerson trusts so much the material he created that, in case you buy the course and don't like it (which I think is very difficult) he commits himself to REFUND THE PAYMENT to you.

Learning massage is a great way to surprise your partner using techniques that professional therapists use to apply a SENSATIONAL massage.

A course like this can also be learned by the couple so that there is an exchange of massage. In this way, one takes care of the health and well-being of the other, which contributes even more to the improvement of the relationship.

When we receive a massage, our body receives a great stimulus and contributes a lot to our health and well-being. We can highlight the following as benefits of massage for couples

Relief of muscle pain
-Improved sleep
-Relaxation and physical and mental well-being
-Reduction of stress and tension
-Decrease in tiredness sensation
-New experiences for the couple, breaking the routine
-Increases the union in the relationship

If you are interested in learning how to do massage through an online course, without wanting to become a professional in the area, I recommend you access the course page by clicking here.

There, you will learn more about Gerson and his teaching methodology for laypeople who want to learn how to do relaxing massage.

If you are interested in becoming a professional in the area, this course is not for you, because the professional massage therapist takes a technical course of approximately 1200 hours and learns oriental and occidental techniques, besides studying a lot of anatomies and doing internships to deal with pathologies.

The course Massage for Couples was created to teach the non-professional public to learn basic massage maneuvers to promote well-being and relaxation for their partner.

Massage can provide physical and emotional benefits
In another article here on the site I made a joke that "if you don't like massage, you're not a good guy...", but if we stop to think about it, this joke has some truth in it.

The only person who doesn't like massage is the one who has never received a session and doesn't know the benefits that massage can provide to our body.

From what little we know about the history and origin of massage therapy, Hippocrates (460 to 377 B.C.), considered the father of medicine, already used massage as a therapeutic tool in his patients.

The power of touch and maneuvers performed in massage is able to strengthen the body's immune system, responsible for our defense against disease.

During a massage session, cortisol, a hormone released by the body when we become stressed, is reduced considerably, which helps a lot to combat the stress of modern life.

Also during the massage, there is an increase in dopamine, the neurotransmitter responsible for the feeling of pleasure, which explains the feeling of relaxation and well-being after a massage session.

People who do not know very well the benefits of massage associate the practice only for relaxation as a goal, however, massage is able to provide several other physical and emotional benefits, which we can highlight
-Reduces anxiety
-Fights depression, because it promotes a feeling of well being
-Combats stress
-Stimulates blood and lymphatic circulation
-Reduces tension and muscle pain
-Eliminates toxins and metabolic waste

As we have seen, the benefits of massage go far beyond relaxation, and it is a scientifically proven practice for disease prevention and health promotion.

To ensure the benefits that massage can provide, we recommend always seeking a trained professional to ensure the effectiveness and responsibility in the treatment, even because, in some cases, there are contraindications to massage.

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