Shiatsu Namikoshi outdoor
I practice the traditional Shiatsu as developed by Tokujiro Namikoshi. Shiatsu,
meaning “finger pressure” is a complementary (or alternative) therapy and is known for its particular technique of massage. Originating in Japan, many centuries ago, it is a form of acupressure,
and uses varying rhythms and degrees of pressure to balance the life-energy that flows through specific pathways (meridians) in the body.
Shiatsu massages are normally done fully clothed and involve pressing points on the body and stretching and opening of the energy meridians.
What can Shiatsu achieve ?
Hopie candle ear treatment
Ear candles induce a revitalising heat, massaging acupuncture point inside the ears, soothing, relieving and relaxing. It is a deeply relaxing and calming sensation good for stress and anxiety.
Energetic "Jean-Paul Résséguier"
The Method Rességuier is a mind body therapy. The method, executed in individual sessions, aims to obtain patient nonjudgmental awareness and control of bodily perceptions and, in particular, notiception. During the individual session, the therapist continuously controls patient attention and perception by verbal and manual contacts and leads to perform bodily active and conscious movements and respiratory exercises in different positions (supine, sitting and standing). The exercises are respectful of the pain threshold and tailored for the patients.
The patient remains fully clothed.
What can be achieved ?
Lymphatic Massage "Emil Vodder"
Lymphatic drainage massage is a profound technique to help increase lymph flow. Harmful substances are removed from the tissues and neutralized in the nodes. Also an increase in lymph flow stimulates an increased production of lymphocytes- enhancing immune function.
Performed correctly, we can stimulate the opening of the initial lymphatic and increase the volume of lymph flow by as much as 20 times.
The receipient is fully undressed wearing underwear or a bathing suit.
What can a lymphatique drainage achieve ?
Reflexology "Eunice Ingham"
Reflexology is the application of pressure to areas on the feet, hands and ears. The theory behind reflexology is that these areas correspond to organs and systems of the body. Proponents believe that pressure applied to these areas affects the organs and benefits the person's health.
What can reflexology achieve ?