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Get a massage in Accra, Ghana. Accra is a terrific city for receiving a really relaxing massage therapy session. Accra might not seem like a city with great massage therapy but the Massage Therapists there are subject to some of the most stringent massage education and licensing requirements in the nation. That’s right, in addition to Accra, Ghana’s abundance of fun activities to do you can also receive a world-class massage from a dedicated and highly trained Massage Therapist. So, no matter why you go to Accra you should take the time to get massage therapy.

Massage in Accra is an experience that is memorable and enjoyable and something you’ll want to repeat over and over. Whether your goal is to completely relax with a slow, soothing massage, relieve muscular pain and chronic tension, have a more comfortable pregnancy, or improve your sports performance Massage Therapists in Accra can help you achieve your goals. In fact there are several types of Massage in Accra. The most commonly offered massage techniques in Accra are:

Thai Yoga Massage – This ancient technique combines elements of massage therapy with Yoga postures in a meditative ‘dance’ that stretches the body, relaxes the mind, and invigorates the spirit.

Swedish Massage – relaxing massage using gliding strokes, kneading, friction, and striking strokes along with gentle stretching and rocking.

Deep Tissue Massage – massage of the deeper musculature and connective tissue to release chronic tension and pain. It’s often a firmer massage that is appreciated by experienced clients.

Hot Stone Massage – many people think that this is perhaps the most relaxing and luxurious massages you can get. Heated stones seemingly melt away stress and tension.

Neuromuscular Therapy – a specialized, advanced pain relief technique targeting specific trigger points in muscles, tendons, and attachment sites.

 

Prenatal/Pregnancy Massage – massage for the mother-to-be helping her to decrease pain and discomfort throughout the pregnancy.

Lymphatic Drainage Massage – specifically used for decreasing swelling and edema as well as improving the circulation of the body’s lymph. It’s detoxifying and some think it improves the immune system too.

However, in addition to the more commonly practiced massage techniques your Accra based Massage Therapist might also practice some other well known massage therapy techniques:

Myofascial Release
Trigger Point Therapy
Sports Massage
Medical Massage
Acupressure
Aromatherapy Massage

You might even want to try a special treat when you get a massage in Accra like Couple’s Massage where a couple can receive their massage together in the same massage room with two massage therapists. During the couples massage each member of the couple can choose to receive a different massage from that of their partner. Or, for the true massage therapy enthusiast some Licensed Massage Establishments and Day Spas offer what they call Four Hand Massage, Duo or Tandem Massage, where you can be massaged by two massage therapists at the same time.

Massage in Accra is also very convenient to receive. Massage in Accra is available on an incall basis at a Massage Therapist’s office, salon, or clinic, and in Licensed Massage Establishments. Massage in Accra is also available on an outcall basis in your Accra area home, office, or hotel. No matter where you are in Accra a great massage is just minutes away.

Massage in Accra is relaxing, stress reducing, pain relieving, and performance improving so get one today. You’ll be glad you did at Pantita Thai Massage and SPA!

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MaPomDen.com is Ghana’s Health Hub Spearheaded by Dr. Frank Dartey Amankonah (Dr. Doo), a Medical Doctor with extensive Healthcare experience and WordPress skills, and works for a Mission Hospital in Ghana.His main aim is to bring Health education to all and sundry and make people comfortable to ask their health-related questions freely and a friendly way to understand their conditions.Dr. Frank A Dartey has B.Sc. Human Biology (2009) and MBChB (2012) from the School of Medical Sciences (SMS)- KNUST, Ghana.

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