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La première méthode de construction des tables de massage portables, à géométrie stable

Toutes les tables portables haut de gamme sont disponibles avec le mode "construction en trapèze" exclusif à Nomad, afin de faciliter l’ouverture ou la fermeture simultanée et coordonnée des deux pattes arrière ou avant.

Cet automatisme d'exécution des ouvertures et des fermetures simultanées des paires de pattes des tables de massage portables maintient la cohésion structurelle inhérente au concept exclusif de grande stabilité Nomad, et fait de ces tables de massage portables des unités encore plus fortes et plus structurellement cohérentes, assurant une meilleure performance jusque dans les utilisations les plus poussées. Ces tables de massages se comparent avantageusement aux modèles de tables de massage, plus dispendieuses.

Cette construction exclusive en "trapèze" consiste en une barre d'aluminium légère et robuste, qui remplace avantageusement la traditionnelle planchette de bois. Cette barre d'aluminium compose l’axe même du mécanisme d’articulation et le renforce considérablement dans toute situation où des forces et des tensions statiques (poids) ou dynamiques (mouvements) supplémentaires sont appliquées directement et indirectement à la table de massage.

Cette construction en "trapèze" est technologiquement plus avancée et supérieure à la construction traditionnelle et dépasse de loin les tables de massage moins sophistiquées. Ces machines à massage ont la vie longue et peuvent durer toute une vie!

La seconde méthode de construction des tables de massage portables, à géométrie stable

Cette double stabilité géométrique garantie une bien plus grande solidité et une meilleure stabilité fonctionnelles aux tables Nomad. C'est pourquoi les professionnels les plus aguerris les préfèrent en tout points pour leur travail. Ces tables de massages se comparent avantageusement aux modèles de tables de massage beaucoup plus dispendieuses.

De plus, les montants inférieurs des pattes ajustables de certains modèles de tables de massage sont biseautés pour leur donner un angle latéral externe et augmenter la stabilité d'autant plus - une autre exclusivité Nomad! Encore ici, les tables de massage Nomad se démarquent par leur design de construction supérieur.

Source: http://www.tables-massages-nomad.com/



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Massage
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    Etymology[edit]

    History[edit]

    Ancient and medieval times[edit]

    AD 581: China establishes a department of massage therapy within the Office of Imperial Physicians.

    Modern times[edit]

    China:

    United States:

    United Kingdom:

    Massage in sports, business and organizations:

    Types and methods[edit]

    Active release technique[edit]

    Acupressure[edit]

    Acupressure

    Aquatic bodywork[edit]

    Ashiatsu[edit]

    Ayurvedic Massage[edit]

    Biodynamic massage[edit]

    Craniosacral therapy[edit]

    Foot massage[edit]

    Lomilomi and indigenous massage of Oceania[edit]

    Lymphatic drainage[edit]

    Medical massage[edit]

    Myofascial release[edit]

    Shiatsu[edit]

    Structural Integration[edit]

    Swedish massage[edit]

    Thai massage[edit]

    [nûət pʰɛ́ːn boːraːn]

    Traditional Chinese massage[edit]

    Trigger point therapy[edit]

    Tui na[edit]

    Watsu[edit]

    Facilities, equipment, and supplies[edit]

    Massage tables and chairs[edit]

    Ergonomic chairs serve a similar function as a massage table. Chairs may be either stationary or portable models. Massage chairs are easier to transport than massage tables, and recipients do not need to disrobe to receive a chair massage. Due to these two factors, chair massage is often performed in settings such as corporate offices, outdoor festivals, shopping malls, and other public locations.

    Warm-water therapy pools[edit]

    Dry-water massage tables[edit]

    Vichy showers[edit]

    Cremes, lotions, gels, and oils[edit]

    Massage tools[edit]

    A body rock is a serpentine-shaped tool, usually carved out of stone. It is used to amplify the therapist's strength and focus pressure on certain areas. It can be used directly on the skin with a lubricant such as oil or corn starch or directly over clothing.

    Medical and therapeutic use[edit]

    Practitioner associations and official recognition of professionals[edit]

    Associated methods[edit]

    Beneficial effects[edit]

    Single-dose effects[edit]

    • Pain relief: Relief from pain due to musculoskeletal injuries and other causes is cited as a major benefit of massage.[13] Acupressure or pressure point massage may be more beneficial than classic Swedish massage in relieving back pain.[72][needs update] However, a meta-study conducted by scientists at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign failed to find a statistically significant reduction in pain immediately following treatment.[69]
    • State anxiety: Massage has been shown to reduce state anxiety, a transient measure of anxiety in a given situation.[69]
    • Blood pressure and heart rate: Massage has been shown to temporarily reduce blood pressure and heart rate.[69]

    Multiple-dose effects[edit]

    • Pain relief: When combined with education and exercises, massage might help sub-acute, chronic, non-specific low back pain.[72] Furthermore, massage has been shown to reduce pain experienced in the days or weeks after treatment.[69]
    • Trait anxiety: Massage has been shown to reduce trait anxiety; a person's general susceptibility to anxiety.[69]
    • Depression: Massage has been shown to reduce subclinical depression.[69]

    Neuromuscular effects[edit]

    Massage and proprioception[edit]

    Regulations[edit]

    Because the art and science of massage is a globally diverse phenomenon, different legal jurisdictions sometimes recognize and license individuals with titles, while other areas do not. Examples are:

    • Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) Canada
    • Remedial Massage Therapist (RMT) New Zealand
    • Certified Massage Therapist (CMT) New Zealand
    • Licensed Massage Practitioner (LMP)
    • Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT)
    • Licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist (LMBT) North Carolina
    • Therapeutic Massage Therapist (TMT) South Africa

    Canada[edit]

     

     

    China[edit]

    France[edit]

    Germany[edit]

    India[edit]

    Japan[edit]

    Mexico[edit]

    New Zealand[edit]

    South Africa[edit]

    In South Africa, massage is regulated, but enforcement is poor. The minimum legal requirement to be able to practice as a professional massage therapist is a 2-year diploma in Therapeutic Massage and registration with The Allied Health Professions Council of SA (AHPCSA). The 2 year qualification includes 240 credits, about 80 case studies, and about 100 hours community service.

    South Korea[edit]

    Thailand[edit]

    United Kingdom[edit]

    There are no national regulations relating to commercial massage or massage therapy in the UK, although various jurisdictions have licensing requirements for businesses performing massage.

    United States[edit]

    In late 2007, the Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards launched a new certification exam titled the MBLEx. Currently, 40 states have accepted this certification exam, along with the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.

    See also[edit]

    • Erotic massage
    • Massage chair
    • Orgasmatron (massage device)
    • Spa

    References[edit]

    External links[edit]

    Wikimedia Commons has media related to Massage.
    Look up massage in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.
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    •  Shadwell, Arthur (1911). "Massage". Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). 

    Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Massage



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