Acupressure: is a technique derived from traditional Chinese medicine. It targets the precise points on the meridians, using the pressure of the fingers, feet or elbows. Acupuncture uses needles on these points. . .
This is a relaxing body massage dating from the 1970's. This practice uses long, slow and fluid movements, gentle strokes, enveloping and relaxation that gradually intensifies to relieve deep tensions. Benefits include : - pain relief - promotes and encourages body ‘memory’ - provides
This is a massage method focused on loosening the muscles and the fascias that surround them. It involves grasping and stretching the tissues, muscle and myofacial fibers, and reducing adhesions that exist between the different layers of muscles and fasciae.
Effleurage is a gentle massage technique that involves sliding both hands together over the body. The practitioner uses the palms of the hands and the fleshy part of the fingertips, with light pressure. For stronger pressure, the thumbs and joints
a fascia is an elastic, fibrous membrane with no distinctly defined contours. It serves as an envelope for different organs or different parts of the body (muscles, abdomen, etc.). The fascias are interconnected.. .
This is an ancient technique inherited from the natives and traditional healers of Hawaii. Lomi means to massage, rub, squeeze, knead, or caress. Massage is done using hands, forearms, thumbs, and fingertips. Benefits include : - reduced muscular tension - soothes stress - stimulates
This massage technique originated from the Native American Indian and Hawaiian people, and uses smooth volcanic stones that are either flat or curved. They are placed on points of energy on the body. The massage is conducted by pressing the