What is the difference between sweedish and deep tissue? Can you mix them...two sweedish & one deep tissue?
elizabeth k. asked on May 3, 2012
A swedish massage is a full body treatment that consists of various light pressures and long flow-y strokes. Whereas a deep tissue treatment is usually localized to one area of the body, for example the neck, shoulders, or upper back, where people experience pain or discomfort. A deep tissue massage would target that area of the body with more pressure, to reach the underlying muscle structures, accountable for that pain and discomfort. Most people prefer an integration of the both. Spending less time on the arms and legs, and more time, wherever they prefer.
Heather B. from Merchant replied on May 3, 2012