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Aesthetician State Board Prep (Massage)

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Only licensed massage therapists may perform:
Lymph Drainage
Contradictions for facial massge do NOT include
Dry skin
The massage movement called effleurage is applied in a:
Slow, rhythmic manner
The direction of a massage movement is always from the muscle's:
Insertion toward its origin
The massage movement that uses deep rubbing movements is:
Friction
The massage movement called pretissage consists largely of:
Kneading
To tone sluggish skin, use:
Tapotement
Vibration movements should be done:
Only sparingly
The massage movement called wringing is a type of:
Friction
Tapotement movements used on the back, shoulders, and arms are:
Slapping and hacking
The most stimulating massage movement is:
Percussion
As part of a facial, massage is performed for about:
10 minutes
The purpose of Jacquet massage is to:
Move sebum to the surface of the skin
Most massage techniques are based on classical or:
Sweedish techniques
Sweedish Techniques:
Focuses on improving circulation of blood, lymph, and relaxing superficial muscles
Europen Techniques:
Combination of deep tissue, reflexology, sweedish and Reiki
The purpose of Sheatsu is to:
Release muscle tension
Reflexology focuses on manipulating the:
Hands and feet
Lymph massage is designed to:
Remove waste materials from the body
Before moving from one movement to another, repeat the first one:
3-6 times
A crisscross massage movement is often used across the:
Forehead
When performing massage:
Massage toward the heart on the extermities