Therapeutic massage in Marbella.


What is therapeutic massage?

Therapeutic massage in Marbella is based on a series of movements performed by the therapist’s hands on the patient’s body.

It is the manipulation of soft tissues with the main purpose of relieving discomfort, pain, muscular fatigue in different parts of the body, these discomforts can be caused by various factors such as trauma, bad posture, stress, intense sport, genetics, among others.

The origin of the word massage can be derived from any word:

Arabic MASS which means to touch gently, to rub gently.

Greek MASSEIN which means to knead, rub or rub.

Hebrew MASHECH meaning to feel, to grope.

French MASSER which means to knead, to rub, to rub, to massage.

We can conclude that the origin of healing with the hands comes from the origins of humanity.



What are the benefits of therapeutic massage in Marbella?

There are multiple benefits of therapeutic massage. Massage is a tool that helps the somatic and physiological benefits of the patient.

We present the positive effects of therapeutic massage:


The activation and activation directly on the soft tissues.

Action of warming up, stimulating and developing the musculature.

Regulating, stabilising the nervous system (analgesic effect).

Helps us to relax and relax the general musculature.

Significantly improves grip, makes the tissues more flexible.

Improves circulation, eliminates organic exudates.

It has a reflex action on the nervous system

Improves psychological well-being.


How many types of therapeutic massage can we identify and book in Marbella?


1.The Swedish Massage in Marbella.

The Swedish massage at Full Vitality Spa is a type of massage whose main purpose is to eliminate tension and firm muscles and joints. Its invigorating and relaxing effect favours blood and lymphatic circulation and the elimination of a large number of toxins, as well as helping the body to regain its natural balance.

Available at our centres and at home. available in pairs.

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2. Lymphatic Drainage in Marbella.

Lymphatic drainage consists of a gentle and repetitive massage, whose rhythm, slower than that of traditional massage, and adherence to the skin without the help of products favour the activation of the lymph and the elimination of stagnant liquids. available in our centres and home service.

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3. Sports massage in Marbella.

Full Vitality Spa’s sports massage is a massage technique whose objectives are to prepare the tissues for future exertion, prevent future injuries, recover from injuries and improve the state of the muscle tissues after a big competition. Available in our centres and at home. Available as a couple.

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4. Relaxing massage in Marbella.

This massage is designed to induce the client into a deep sense of relaxation through the application of oil with soft and deep strokes all over the body with special attention to the head and feet. Very suitable to disconnect and relax deeply. Available at our centres and home delivery service.

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5. Deep Tissue Massage in Marbella (Decontracting)

The deep tissue massage is a massage based on the Swedish massage but specially designed to work on contractures, muscular tensions and muscular tensions, it is a massage of greater intensity and depth. In our offices and at home.

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What is therapeutic massage in Marbella indicated for?

Therapeutic massage is probably one of the most efficient therapeutic tools that has ever existed, it is universal and effective in reducing or eliminating various ailments of the human body. Massage can act on the following


Diseases of the locomotor system:



Arthritis is inflammation of one or more joints.

It usually appears abruptly and is characterised by pain and stiffness.

Stiffness is promoted because the musculature tightens, setting up a defensive position to prevent the joint from mobilising.

This protective muscle stiffness can be the cause of myofascial pain, so that the two pains overlap and coexist.

It is very important to determine that the arthritis does not have an infectious or inflammatory cause related to a general disease, as in rheumatoid arthritis or psoriatic arthritis, which is autoimmune in nature.

Sometimes the muscle chains, after years of strain, pull on the joints, inflaming them as well as the tendons and associated ligaments.

The pain spreads through these structures and becomes chronic, becoming refractory to the usual treatments.



This is a degenerative deterioration of the joints, whether painful or not.

Cartilage deteriorates, usually due to mechanical overload, and no longer fulfils its cushioning function.

The deterioration of the cartilage leads to friction and wear between the bone surfaces, which can become inflamed and painful (arthritis).

In this disease of the locomotor system, wear and tear deforms the joints, limiting their mobility and making them unstable.

This instability places an overload on the muscles, tendons and ligaments, whose “extra work” to compensate can also cause pain.

Of course, age is a factor in osteoarthritis, as is being overweight, but there are also diseases that affect cartilage and accelerate its deterioration.



Tendons are the structures that connect muscles to bones.

They transmit the muscular traction force to the bones so that movements can take place.

When tendons become inflamed we speak of tendonitis.

The most frequent cause is mechanical overload due to repeated use.

For example, the continuous repetition of certain movements will lead to tension of the forearm muscles, inflaming the tendons of insertion on the elbow and generating the so-called “tennis elbow” as it is common in this sport.

A further step will be inflammation extending to the part of the bone where the tendon inserts.

This is quite painful and is called periostitis.

Obviously, age is also a factor associated with the development of tendinitis, as fibrosis, shortening and muscular tension aggravate until the tendons that pull on the tendons are compromised.



Bursae are cushion-like structures between bony prominences and tendons or muscles.

Their function is to prevent direct friction and to promote sliding between these bony edges and other structures of the musculoskeletal system.

They are made up of lax connective tissue, which is very resistant and adaptable, but can become inflamed when there is mechanical overload.

Bursitis can be caused by direct trauma or by a general medical process, such as certain inflammatory, autoimmune or infectious conditions.

This pathology of the locomotor system is common in athletes and is often aggravated by overweight.



The locomotor system is our daily tool, it is the foundation of our anatomy and the support of our body.


It is also very sensitive to the environment around us and to our emotional state.


Apart from certain infectious, inflammatory or autoimmune diseases, over the years, mechanical overloads can make our biomechanical system vulnerable, leading to problems due to decompensation.


Most commonly, the pain we perceive is mixed, as muscular tractions and shortening become painful and condition the stability of other structures such as tendons, ligaments, bursae, periosteum and joints, which also become inflamed, extending and chronifying the pain.


This justifies that an initially very limited pain spreads and becomes complicated, affecting the individual in general, as has been described in fibromyalgia or in chronic widespread low back pain.


Rheumatic diseases (except acute phases)

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic rheumatic disease characterised by involvement of the peripheral joints (hands, feet, wrists, shoulders, elbows, hips and knees). It causes pain, swelling secondary to inflammation of the synovial membrane and stiffness, especially in the morning or after prolonged periods of rest.


In addition to damage to the joints and surrounding tissues (tendons and muscles) that can lead to decreased joint mobility and function, chronic inflammation can affect other organs such as the heart, lung or kidney. This is why rheumatoid arthritis is considered a systemic (or generalised) disease. In addition, if the inflammation is high and sustained, it can cause fever, fatigue, asthenia, weight loss and loss of appetite.


Neurological diseases: peripheral (paralysis, trophic disorders, spasticity) and central (stress, insomnia, mental disorders, exhaustion).

Neurological disorders are diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system, i.e. the brain, spinal cord, cranial and peripheral nerves, nerve roots, autonomic nervous system, neuromuscular plate, and muscles.


What are the contraindications of therapeutic massage?

We must take into account some contraindications of therapeutic massage, even though it is one of the most popular and demanded tools, we must take into account when not to apply a therapeutic massage:


Acute illness: An acute illness is one that appears suddenly due to various causes, such as bacteria, a virus or an accident, for example. A broken limb, but also a cold, is known as an acute illness.

Acute inflammation: Acute inflammation is a rapid response to an aggressor agent that serves to release host defence mediators (leukocytes and plasma proteins) at the site of injury, usually lasting less than 15 days.

Acute period of trauma, sprains, contusions, joint effusions.

Onset of phlebitis and vascular fragility.

Open wounds.

Skin infections.


At Full Vitality Spa we consider these to be the most significant European and Western therapeutic massages:

Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, sports massage, relaxing massage, lymphatic drainage.

At Full Vitality Spa we have a wide variety of different massages and therapies, such as the oriental also known as therapeutic massages: Reflexology, Shiatsu, Thai Massage, Hot Stones, Lomi-Lomi, Californian, ect.

All these therapies have a base, tradition and study that confirm them as very useful tools to treat physical, neurological and psychic problems.

At Full Vitality Spa you have at your disposal both Western and Oriental therapeutic massages. In our centres and at home.

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Where can I book a Therapeutic massage in Marbella?

All this and much more at Full Vitality Spa Marbella we are in:

Trocadero Marbella. Santa Petronila Beach, 29610 Marbella, Malaga.
Puerto Banus building Sevilla 1, local 4, Av. Playas del Duque, 29660 Marbella, Málaga.
AU-6 Arroyo Calero execution unit, Carretera Marbella-Ojén, A-355, km 4, 29610 Ojén, Málaga.
Av. del Prado, 37, 29660 Marbella, Málaga.
We also provide home massage services in all these areas of Marbella, Malaga.

We offer therapeutic massage services in Marbella in the following areas:

Elviria, Marbella. 29604.

Cabopino, Marbella 29604.

Las Chapas, Marbella. 29604.

El Rosario, Marbella. 29604.

Marbella, Marbella. 29600.

Nagüelles, Marbella. 29602.

Golden Mile, Marbella. 29603.

Nueva Andalucia, Marbella. 29660.

Rio Real, Marbella. 29603.

Los Monteros, Marbella. 29603.

San Pedro Alcántara, Marbella. 29670 – 29678.

Puerto Banús, Marbella. 29660.

Ojen 29610.


How long does a therapeutic massage service in Marbella last?

You can book standard massage services in Marbella from 25 min, 55 min, 90 min, 120 min, you can also customise the service to your needs.


How much does a therapeutic massage in Marbella cost?

In this link we provide you with all the prices and treatments of massage services in Marbella in centres and at home. HERE


We remind you all Full Vitality Spa locations where you can book Full Vitality Spa massages.

We also remind you of our home service for all Andalucia and Madrid

Cádiz : Tarifa, Cádiz. Zahara de los atunes, Cádiz Sotogrande, Cádiz. Algeciras, Cádiz.

Malaga : Estepona, Malaga. Marbella, Malaga. Benahavis, Malaga. Puerto Banus, Malaga. Mijas, Malaga. Fuengirola Malaga. Torremolinos, Malaga. Benalmadena, Malaga. Malaga, Malaga. Rincón de la Victoria. Malaga, Malaga. Nerja, Malaga.

Granada : Granada centre. Granada. Sierra Nevada, Granada.

Madrid : Madrid Centro, Fuencarral, El pardo, Moncloa, Aravaca, Tetuán, Hortaleza, Chamartín, Ciudad Lineal, Barrio de Salamanca, San Blas, Barajas, Centro Madrid, Retiro, Arganzuela, Villaverde, Usera, Latina, Carabanchel, Vicálvaro, Majadahonda, Las Rozas, Boadilla del Monte.


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