Shiatsu in Japanese literally means “finger pressure”, yet this Japanese ancestral form of bodywork goes beyond simple massage technique. Jushas (Japanese word for the Shiatsu recipient) often report that they feel “nurtured, nourished, complete”, that they “received exactly what they needed”. How does Shiatsu work? Shiatsu promotes the healthy functioning of the organs. … [Read more...] about what makes Shiatsu so unique?
Work your acupressure point GALL BLADDER 20. Feng Chi, English translation: Wind pool. Why? It is useful for: neck and shoulder tensions migraines headaches eyes and ears problems Where? It is located right at the base of the skull, at the top of the back of the neck, in the soft depressions just lateral to the thick tendons of the trapezius muscle. The … [Read more...] about Relax with a tennis ball!
Shiatsu is a very gentle and caring yet deep approach. It can be of great help and support when a woman wants to become a mother, especially if she has been trying for a long time, and is experiencing difficulties. The Shiatsu sessions aim at being supportive of the natural life flow in the person's body. A Shiatsu practitioner welcomes the person at the very moment of her … [Read more...] about Shiatsu and the cycles of a woman’s life : becoming pregnant.