Shiatsu is a Japanese form of bodywork. The word shiatsu means "finger pressure",
and shiatsu is sometimes described as a finger pressure massage. Like acupuncture,
shiatsu is based on the holistic system of traditional Chinese medicine, where illness
is thought to result from imbalances in the natural flow of energy, or ki through the body.
Shiatsu therapists use finger and palm pressure, stretches, and other massage
techniques along energetic pathways, called meridians to improve the flow of ki.
The focus is to balance the energy of the recipient. The recipient wears loose,
comfortable clothes and lies on a mat on the floor or on a massage table.
A scientific explanation is that shiatsu calms an overactive sympathetic nervous
system, which improves circulation, relieves stiff muscles, and alleviates stress.
What conditions is shiatsu used for?
- Back pain
- Premenstrual syndrome
- Neck and shoulder pain
- Recovery from injuries
- Arthritis pain
- Poor digestion
- Much more
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