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What's the difference between a Deep Tissue Massage and a Swedish Massage?

Discussion in 'Deep Tissue Massage' started by Johnnymarx, Jan 15, 2012.

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  1. Johnnymarx

    Johnnymarx New Member

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    These seem to be the 2 most common forms of massage, but I am not sure of the difference. Also, I need to find someone for a massage in Garland, Texas. I found a few people who do massage in Garland, but how do you know if they are any good without going in for a massage?
     
  2. LiveLaughLove

    LiveLaughLove New Member

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    A deep tissue massage is exactly what it sounds like. It focuses on really massaging all of the tissues in your body. This massage uses more pressure than a swedish massage. A swedish massage is more relaxing because it uses lighter pressure. Both are good. I had a swedish massage yesterday!
     
  3. boyz3082

    boyz3082 Newbie

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    This is good Information and very helpful
     
  4. massagegaluk

    massagegaluk Newbie

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    One of the most common questions :) LiveLaughLove put it very simple. The amount of pressure makes the difference. There are deep tissue therapist that use specific techniques though.
     
  5. Traceur56

    Traceur56 Newbie

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    makes sense !
     

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