What is Shiatsu?

   Shiatsu is a form of therapeutic bodywork from Japan. It uses kneading, pressing, soothing, tapping, and stretching techniques and is performed without oils through light, comfortable clothing.

  “Shiatsu” translates as “finger pressure.” There are different styles of Shiatsu, all of which have roots in one of three systems that developed in Japan in the early 1900s as a result of a resurgence of Japan’s traditional medical therapies, including acupuncture and anma massage. Shiatsu developed at this time from the integration of traditional Japanese manual therapies with modern western medical knowledge.



How can Shiatsu benefit your health and well-being?

  Shiatsu is a non-invasive therapy that may help reduce stress and contribute to overall well-being. Proponents believe that it has both preventative and remedial effects.
Shiatsu can be used in the treatment of a wide range of internal, musculoskeletal, and emotional conditions. It is thought to reduce muscle stiffness, stimulate the skin, aid digestion, and influence the nervous system. Shiatsu is used to treat a wide range of chronic conditions, such as headaches, digestive disorders, fatigue, insomnia, stress, anxiety, and musculoskeletal pain, including low back, neck, and joint pain.The effect may be stimulating and invigorating or calming and sedative, depending on the goal of the session.

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