Shiatsu Massage Treatment
Shiatsu , originated in Japan . The term Shiatsu might be first cited in a 1915 book, Tenpaku Tamai’s Shiatsu Ryoho. Shiatsu, also known as acupressure, is a finger pressure massage technique that is sometimes confused with acupuncture. Shiatsu massage therapy and acupuncture are founded on the Chinese Meridian System. The therapist applies pressure with her/his thumbs, finger, and palms to specific areas of the client’s body that have been determined during an assessment period prior to the massage session. There are no needles involved with Shiatsu. Massage techniques like tapping, squeezing, rubbing, and applied pressure are applied along the meridians to unblock energy blockages and reintroduce the optimal flow of Chi
- Restore and maintain the body's energy, especially helpful to those suffering from fatigue and overall weakness.
- Improves circulation.
- Reduces stress and tension as well as anxiety and depression.
- Relief from headaches.
- Promotes healing from sprains and similar injuries.
- Helps bring relief to arthritis sufferers.