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Sirenko Arthur

Sirenko Arthur

Masseur rehabilitologist

Hello!

My name is Arthur

I have a diploma in rehabilitation, modern massage "Incorte".

Experience since 2019

I live in Ukraine, Kiev

I treat my profession with respect and love. With the desire to work hard, learn and improve. I know how to set up a client for a positive result. Communicative, patient and tactful. Stress resistant.

Anticellulite massage

General wellness massage

Lymphatic drainage massage

swaddling whiskey

vacuum therapy

Taping

I continue to study anatomy, orient myself in indications and contraindications for sessions. I focus on nutrition. I work for results.

Types of massage, services and techniques

Now i will tell you what i do

What is a Body Massage?

Massage is a treatment that uses different kinds of physical contact to relax, revive and heal the body. It is used to treat a wide range of emotional and physical health problems and is one of the most popular treatments on a spa menu. 

What is massage therapy?

Massage is the stroking, kneading, warming, rolling and pressing of skin and muscles.

There are lots of different kinds of massage, each with broadly different origins and aims - some focus on soothing muscle pain; others on increasing energy levels; some aim to improve a specific physical condition; others simply to help you relax. Massage makes you feel good in lots of ways, and can have a positive effect on your whole body - your bones, your muscles, your heart, your skin, your breathing, digestion, and your mental health.

Massage works in various ways:

It relaxes and refreshes tired or knotted musclesIt increases blood circulationIt stimulates deep circulation, both of blood and lymph which helps your body to heal, and generally work more efficientlyIt encourages your body to produce endorphins - the natural chemicals in your body that make you feel happy

It's instinctive to give someone a hug or a pat on the back to comfort or reassure them; in some ways, massage is a formal version of that instinct.

What are the health benefits of massage?

In its various forms, theraputic massage can help to cure and relieve a wide range of complaints. Research shows that it is particularly good at relieving stress-related problems, from anxiety and panic attacks, through to asthma, constipation and high blood pressure. It is effective at providing pain relief - treating chronic pain, back pain and even arthritis. It is also being used more and more with stroke and cancer patients and with people with dementia.

Massage encourages blood flow, which increases the amount of oxygen and nutrients that reach your organs and tissues. Whilst massage encourages your body to circulate the "good stuff"; it also encourages it to get rid of the "bad stuff" - waste products, toxins, carbon dioxide, and excess water.

Massage encourages blood flow, which increases the amount of oxygen and nutrients that reach your organs and tissues. Whilst massage encourages your body to circulate the "good stuff"; it also encourages it to get rid of the "bad stuff" - waste products, toxins, carbon dioxide, and excess water. Stimulating the nervous system and improving the lymphatic system will also boost the immune system. 

It can be used to treat specific physical injuries or difficulties, and to help with rehabilitation after someone has had a sports injury. It can also help prevent further muscle or tissue damage and improve an athlete's range of motion.One of the greatest effects of most complementary massages is that it can make you feel much better about yourself, more relaxed in your own skin, calm and peaceful.

Before you go

Massages vary, and you'll have to bear different things in mind depending on what kind you're having. However, generally speaking you should wear loose-fitting clothes - you can keep your clothes on for some forms of massage; for others, you will take them off, or just wear a towel.

Precautions

Before any massage treatment, avoid large meals or alcohol. It's also a good idea to drink plenty of water, which will help your body to flush the toxins out of your body.

You should always tell your therapist in advance if you:

are, or think you might be, pregnanthave any medical conditions or are receiving any treatment or medicationhave recently had an injury or operationare allergic to anything, particularly skin allergieshave any broken skin or sores on your scalphave a fever or infection

as this may affect the kind of oil and treatment you receive.

are, or think you might be, pregnanthave any medical conditions or are receiving any treatment or medicationhave recently had an injury or operationare allergic to anything, particularly skin allergieshave any broken skin or sores on your scalphave a fever or infection

What to expect

Whatever kind of massage you are having, the masseur should ask you some basic questions about your medical history, lifestyle and general health.

Massages usually take place on a massage table or bed in a private area. Massage therapists will massage you with their bare hands, and possibly with their feet or elbows as well. They may use some massage oil to make it easier to glide their hands across your skin. The strength of pressure will vary according to the massage-type and the parts of the body they are massaging.The length of sessions varies. Treatments can last from half an hour to half a day, depending on what kind of massage you are having and what specific areas are being massaged. Whatever it is, make sure you allow yourself time to get ready and get settled, as well as time to wind down afterwards.

Get plenty of information in advance about the kind of products being used or any precautions they might need to take; for example, tell them if you are allergic to anything. 

Afterwards

You can expect to feel relaxed and calm after a massage. After some, you may feel a little achey, after others so relaxed that you are a bit vague or sleepy. On the other hand, some massages will leave you feeling really energised.

Timeline

Further Resources

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Can You Go to a Spa When Pregnant? | Good Spa Guide

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Massage in Kiev (@SirenkoAV) | Twitter

Massage in Kiev

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January 30, 2022

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