Our expert says:
I'd be lying if I said I knew. I looked it up on the internet, but find many different references to it (common words, apparently), and so I'm still not 100% sure.
I suspect it's got to do with feedback, in how your body senses stimulation (in this case, with a massge, touch and pressure) and then responds to that feedback. There's little in the way of science behind the concept of "body talk" (as I said, I've never heard of it), but certainly, there's reason to think that the body responds to touch and pressure with physiological responses that might be benefical. You might ask the masseurs to elaborate a little, but take the "proof" with a pinch of salt - it's rarely as spectacular as they will make it to be.
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