One of the first references to the word massage and its description and use was recently found in some writings from Ancient Mesopotamia. Sumerian and Akkadian writings entitled mushu'u suggest that massages were practised 4000 years ago. Furthermore, in the medical writings of ancient India and in the books of Ayurveda it is known as champooining, translated by the English as shampooing, which has curiously evolved into the word shampoo, initially used to mean washing the head. In Greece, massage was called masso, which means to knead.
The massage chairs by Tecnovita provide several types of massage.
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