Massage, in some form, since the dawn of human civilization. Physical contact for comfort, healing, and physical or emotional pain, for each civilization and throughout history, each culture has developed its own different massage or manual therapeutic methods. Massage records with the earliest medical or therapeutic capacity come from ancient Indian and Chinese ancient civilizations. Massage is included in India's ancient Hindu medical writings, Ayurveda which describes the methods that are still being used today. Huangdi Neijing or Huangdi Neijing is the foundation of traditional Chinese medicine dating back to the 1st or 2nd century BC, proposing massages among her treatments. Obviously, the Egyptian tombs depicting ancient massages have also been discovered. The classical Greek physician, Hippocrates, who was widely regarded as the "father of a Western doctor," was a great supporter of massage, just as Roman Emperor Julius Caesar, who was in charge of chronic headaches for daily massages
. The XVI. Massage sessions in the sixties in France were widespread, as they were used by royal court physician Ambroise Pare. In the 1700s, a very old and classical Chinese text about the massage, called Toa-Tse Cong-Fu in French translation and editing. The most important basic concepts used in massage pedagogy are French origin (19459002), massage, petrissage, effleurage, etc.
The most common and most popular form of massage therapy in the West is often called Swedish Massage or Classic Massage. Many of the techniques used in classical or Swedish massage are similar or similar to the techniques developed by the Swedish doctor Per Henrik Ling in the 1800s that have put a massage in their physiotherapy system, which would also be the basis of physical therapy. Ling has borrowed techniques from the Chinese massage, which he learned from Ming's friend, practitioner of martial arts, and traditional Chinese manipulative therapist. tui na . In 1813 he founded the Kungliga Gymnastiska Centralinstitutet, or the Royal Central Gymnastics Institute in Stockholm, the center for the teaching of physical therapists. As for the rigorous classical massage as a separate discipline, the French expression is developed and applied by the Dutch massage practitioner Johan Georg Mezger (1838-1909). Mezger has compiled the classic stroke systems that are still used today. So nowadays, the Dutch known as the "Swedish Massage" became known, although the Swedish term Per Henrik Ling applied and popularized its terminology.
Today, massage therapy is more popular than ever. Massage varieties available all over the world are available with extensive therapies, benefits and experiences. Oriental traditional handheld therapies such as Indian Ayurveda Massage (including the famous Indian head massage), Japanese Shaitsu, Chinese Tui Nua and popular Thai or Thai yoga massage are increasingly occurring throughout the country. While modern Western styles continue to evolve and diversify, including relaxation and wellness treatments as well as a wide range of therapeutic treatments. Sports Massage, Bowen Technique, Rolfing and Manual Lymphatic Drainage are just a few examples of the latter. It seems that in modern technology and medicine, humanity continues to explore conventional traditional methods requiring manual therapy, as these techniques are further developed, fragmented and specially adapted to meet the ongoing needs of humankind for touch-based healing and care
Source by Joe Vassilliou