Road roller massage for Rs 499? Anand Mahindra leaves Internet dying over viral pics
Anand Mahindra’s social media game is lit, and there is no denying that. The Chairman of Mahindra Group is known for his quirky and funny tweets on social media, and his recent tweet is proof. Taking to Twitter today, Anand Mahindra posted a picture of a road roller, which had an ad of a body massage for just Rs 499 pasted on its wheel. He posted the picture, which has gone viral, with a hilarious caption, and it will crack you up. He wrote, “Hilarious. After this massage, you’ll never need another one; it’ll be a permanent remedy for all ailments. (The guy who plastered that poster either had a delicious sense of humor or a seriously low IQ!).”
At the time of writing this article, the tweet already had over 474 retweets and 3,430 likes. After Anand Mahindra posted the picture online, Twitter could not stop laughing at his humor and had some funny things to say about it. One Twitter user wrote, “I swear you won’t need any further massage after this because it will be completely flat and with no scope for anything. Lol.” Another said, “Right under the trees…Ayurveda therapy straight from mother nature with a sweet touch of Bulldozer.”
There are alternative therapies for arthritis that are becoming more popular. If you have arthritis, you might want to turn to massage to address both your pain and the stiffness of your condition and your general well-being. Maybe you haven’t tried massage yet because you don’t know what to expect, your not sure that massage is a good idea for your joint pain and inflammation, or maybe you don’t know where to find a good massage therapist. This article will address these valid concerns and show you how massage can be an important part of your effective arthritis management.
So What is a massage? You will have a trained professional known as a massage therapist, who presses, rubs, strokes, kneads, and otherwise manipulates the muscles and soft tissues of your body. Massage is one of the oldest healing arts. The ancient Chinese, Egyptians, and Greeks are all known to have practiced it. Massage became accepted in the United States in the mid-1800s only to disappear in the following century and not revive until the 1960s and 1970s. Today, there are well over 100,000 massage therapists at work in the United States. They practice massage in many settings, from hospitals to health clubs to private studios. People go to them for many different reasons: to ease pain, to rehabilitate from injury, to reduce stress, to ease anxiety and depression, and to improve general well-being.
While there are more than 250 massage techniques, most practitioners use one or more of a few basic methods. Many use Swedish massage, which employs long, flowing strokes meant to be calming and relaxing. As your body becomes relaxed, the massage therapist can also apply focused pressure to relieve areas of muscular tension. Other popular forms of massage include deep tissue massage, which features strong pressure on deeper layers of tissue, and myofascial release. Long, stretching strokes release the tension in the fascia (the connective tissue around the muscles). There are also the Asian techniques of acupressure and shiatsu, which use finger pressure on specific points on the body. The technique called reflexology upholds that rubbing certain points on the feet, hands, or ears positively affects various body parts.