How to massage the lower back

Massage accelerates the recovery of tired and sore lower back. It relieves tension and stiffness, relaxing the muscle tissue by increasing blood circulation. Massage helps nourish the muscle tissue with oxygen and nutrient rich blood and remove accumulated toxins through the lymphatic system. Restoring circulation stimulates the healing process of the muscle and its corresponding connective tissue such as tendons and ligaments.

When massaging your lower back, apply pressure to trigger points. The massage warms up the chain of latissimus dorsi, lumbar, iliac and obliques, helping your muscles recover their elasticity and flexibility. Feel your lower back release and relax.