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As anyone who's felt an elbow in a knotted muscle will tell you, massage can be uncomfortable at times. It shouldn't be outright painful, though, so make sure you say something if the pressure is getting too much. After all, the goal is to relieve tension, not create it.
Chinese massages tend to cost about $60 on average.
Chinese massage appointments last about 60 minutes on average.
Chinese massage is great as part of a general self-care routine, but it can also be hugely helpful if you've got any aches and pains that need particular attention. If that's the case, let your therapist know before the massage begins.
You'll want to rehydrate, first of all, and it can also be good to have a snack on hand. Speak to your masseuse for advice that's tailored to you and your bod.
Some experts advise as often as weekly, but even monthly Chinese massages can work wonders for your wellbeing.
Chinese massage, like any other massage, involves manipulation and pressure applied to the muscles to relieve tension, pain or stress. The difference about Chineses massage is there may be acupressure involved, as well as reflexology style application.