How To: Give A Massage

Massage doesn't just induce deep relaxation and alleviate muscle tension; it also offers remarkable benefits for the skin. It enhances circulation, colour, and tone by expanding surface capillaries, leading to increased blood flow that delivers nourishment and hydration. This revitalizes the skin, allowing it to retain moisture and replace aging cells with newer, healthier ones.

To make massage even more beneficial use the Rohr Remedy Boab and Rosehip oil. This will enhance the experience and provide essential nutrients for skin restoration.

Set The Mood

Dim the lights, pop on some soothing music and make sure the temperature is comfortable and start to unwind.

Warm Your Hands

Pop some drops of oil on your palms and rub together to create a gentle warmth to ensure a comfortable and soothing touch.

Start with Effleurage Strokes

Start by using long, slow, smooth strokes, called effleurage, to distribute the oil evenly and relax the muscles. 

Work Down The Body

It's best to start in the area of most tension, which is usually the shoulders and neck.  Use gentle, circular motions with your fingertips. Apply a comfortable amount of pressure and communicate with each other as to what feels most relaxing.


Enjoy the relaxation!