Sarga Bodywork

Sarga Bodywork is a barefoot massage method that employs the use of a fabric strap fastened to a massage table (through Sarga attachment) and a high-friction lubrication (Sarga Mayo Rub), to deliver therapeutic myofascial and deep tissue techniques.
The force of gravity and tension combined with the broad contact of the foot is used by the practitioner to generate a slow, consistent massage that stimulates stretching, hydration and relaxation in the recipient’s body. The therapist works standind on the massage table supported by the strap, moving up and down, along the sides of the reciver. By pulling up on the strap while applying downward pressure with the foot, the practitioner can deliver consistent, oblique pressure to provide a uniquely effective myofascial therapy.
The word Sarga has a meaning both in Spanish and in Sanskrit. In Spanish, Sarga refers to a tapestry woven from many different threads. This is a fitting concept since Sarga Bodywork can be compared to colourful tapestry of numerous traditional techniques, carefully woven into a beautiful quilt of possibility. It is appreciated that this metaphor of a tapestry is connected to the fabric that we hold in our hands for balance and support.
In Sanskrit, the word Sarga refers to a creation or an origin of energy, shown in a physical form.
For more information about Sarga Bodywork, Traning programmes and products, visit the website:
www.sargabodywork.com