Asian Massage: To your body and soul

From the ancient times India and other Far Eastern countries are practicing various massage techniques and this is very popular around the globe and is one way of getting your body and mind tuned to the daily routines.

The Thai Massage

From Buddha’s time, some 2500 years ago, Dr Shivago K has introduced this in to Thailand , from India. This is based on Pranayama (breathing) with guided stretching and Meridian pressure techniques.

Pranayama helps in strengthening the nervous system, pumping more blood and activates all body organs. This technique is done sitting on a mat or mattress, and the final results are most refreshing.

Shiatsu Massage: Shiatsu originated from the Japanese wordsshi, meaning finger, and atsu, pressure. Using thumb pressure, palms nd fingers, and this works on the same meridian as acupressure.

This Shiatsu Massage helps in improving the nervous system, skin and muscle along with stregthening bones.Tui Na massage from ChinaThis therapy was developed more than 5000 years ago in China.

This massage is a combination of acupuncture and Chinese herbal therapies and is practised by applying pressure at key points in body and is a great helper in removing blockages.

Tui na is used for treating both acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions and for non-musculoskeletal conditions, and has less side effects.

From Java: This Indonesian massage uses all parts of therapists hand, applying massage oil. Even though this Javanese massage is a painful one, is really helps in healing fractures, removing back pain and also relieves tension.

 

 

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