Great Encyclopedia of Massage

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Great Encyclopedia of massage - a collection of articles and information about the various methods and techniques of massage, decorated in a CHM-file.

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This is a great guide to the art of receiving and massage.
It contains the following sections:

PART I.
MASSAGE. GENERAL PROVISIONS
CHAPTER 1. HISTORY OF MASSAGE
CHAPTER 2 OF MASSAGE
Chapter 3. HYGIENE REQUIREMENTS FOR MASSAGE
Chapter 4. The drugs used to massage (creams, gels, ointments)
PART II.
INFLUENCE massage on the body
Chapter 1. ACTION MASSAGE ON SKIN
Chapter 2. The massaging action on the joints, ligaments, tendons,
Chapter 3. The effect of massage on muscle
Chapter 4. The massaging action on the circulatory and lymphatic systems
Chapter 5. The effect of massage on the nervous system
Chapter 6. The effect of massage on the respiratory system
Chapter 7. The effect of massage on metabolism and allocation functions
Chapter 8. The massaging action on the functional state of organism
PART III.
CLASSIFICATION OF MASSAGE


CHAPTER 1: massages
CHAPTER 2 forms of massage
CHAPTER 3 massage techniques

PART IV.
Segmental reflex massage system
CHAPTER 1. segmental massage
part 1
part 2
Part 3
CHAPTER 2. Acupressure
part 1
part 2
Part 3
CHAPTER 3 connective tissue massage
CHAPTER 4. periosteal MASSAGE
PART V.
METHODS AND TECHNOLOGY OF CLASSICAL MASSAGE
CHAPTER 1. Stroking
CHAPTER 2: Rubbing
CHAPTER 3. squeezing (extrusion)
CHAPTER 4 kneading
CHAPTER 5. Vibration
PART VI.
Hygienic massage
CHAPTER 1. preventive massage
CHAPTER 2. restorative massage
CHAPTER 3. massage with different emotional states (tonic and soothing)
Chapter 4. The methods and techniques of self-massage
PART VII.
SPORTS MASSAGE
CHAPTER 1. THE INFLUENCE Massage Therapy ON THE HUMAN BODY
CHAPTER 2. MASSAGE skin diseases
CHAPTER 3. massage with diseases of the musculoskeletal system and injuries
CHAPTER 4. massage with cardio-vascular system
CHAPTER 5 massage with nervous system diseases
CHAPTER 6. massage with digestive system diseases
CHAPTER 7. massage with respiratory diseases
Chapter 8. massage with endocrine diseases
CHAPTER 9. massage with diseases of the male genitalia. MASSAGE AT DISEASES OF EGG and appendages
CHAPTER 10. massage with gynecological diseases
PART IX.
CHINESE MASSAGE
CHAPTER 1. methods and techniques of Chinese massage
Chapter 2. Self-massage
CHAPTER 3: PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF DISEASES
part 1
part 2
Part 3
PART X.
Facial massage
CHAPTER 1. OBJECTIVES facial massage
CHAPTER 2. VARIETY facial massage
Chapter 3. HYGIENE REQUIREMENTS
Chapter 4. The methods and techniques of facial massage
CHAPTER 5 METHOD OF facial massage
CHAPTER 6. METHODOLOGY OF COSMETIC self-massage
CHAPTER 7. facial massage in certain diseases of the scalp
PART XI.
MASSAGE THERAPY elements of manual

Chapter 1. Anatomical features vertebral-motor segment (PDS)
CHAPTER 2. Indications and contraindications
CHAPTER 3. postisometric relaxation (PIR)
CHAPTER 4 HANDLING AND FUND
part 1
part 2
CHAPTER 5. BOLERAZGRUZOCHNAYA GYMNASTICS
PART XII.
BATHING MASSAGE

CHAPTER 1. WHAT IS THE BATH OR A BIT OF HISTORY
CHAPTER 2. IMPACT OF BATH ON THE ORGANISM
CHAPTER 3. TECHNICAL AND HYGIENE REQUIREMENTS FOR RUSSIAN bath and sauna
CHAPTER 4. SECRETS Steam
CHAPTER 5 METHOD OF MASSAGE brooms
CHAPTER 6. METHODOLOGY FOR CLASSICAL massage and self-massage in the bath



PART XIII.
MASSAGE infants

CHAPTER 1. anatomical and physiological characteristics of children's organism
CHAPTER 2. HYGIENE REQUIREMENTS FOR CHILD MASSAGE FIRST YEAR OF LIFE
Chapter 3. The methods and techniques of massaging infants ZHIZ

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