Shiatsu

Your practitioner, Shiatsu Masa says:

Although I really enjoy treating all types of people and conditions, I get a certain sense of satisfaction from clients who really appreciate my  firm thumb acupressure treatment; its not for everyone and I can adjust it to suit the more sensitive person, but those who have tight and taught muscles always respond so well!

指圧 Shiatsu also known as “Acupressure” is a natural “complementary” bodywork therapy in that it works together with medical indications as needed for each individual.  It speeds up recovery, reinforces the flow of the vital energy of the body and harmonises the nervous system. It stimulates the energy systems of the body and, in turn, the physical expression of energy.

Shiatsu is a holistic healing art developed in Japan and based on traditional 3500-year-old oriental medical wisdom while incorporating the principles of anatomy, physiology and pathology. The theory of traditional Chinese medicine proposes that energy, otherwise known as chi, qi (or ki in Japanese), moves through the body in well-defined channels or pathways known as meridians. Each meridian is connected to an internal organ and carries the energy of that organ’s functioning. Good health is reliant upon the harmonious flow of chi through the meridians and internal organs.

The practitioner uses palms, fingers, thumbs, elbows, knees and even feet in a combination of massage techniques, applying pressure to key points to influence and stimulate energy flow in the body. Stretches are also an integral part of a shiatsu treatment and some people refer to it as “Passive Yoga”.

*Shiatsu Masa focuses on easing the following conditions;

  • Lower Back Pain

  • Neck & Shoulder

  • Muscler Tension

  • Stress Relief

WHAT TO EXPECT:
Straight after the treatment you should feel more relaxed,  less stressed and less achy, some people feel as though they need to take the rest of the day to rest, while others feel rejuvenated and full of bounce.  The effects vary from individual to individual depending on their circumstances and constitution.  The treatment will involve manipulating muscles which can lead to a release of metabolites similar to those experienced in prolonged exercise; it is a totally natural phenomenon but can lead to fatigue, without adequate hydration; so be sure to top up on plenty of water afterwards.

More information of Shiatsu is available from our blog, click the link here.

 

 


*JAPANESE SHIATSU 70 MIN


*JAPANESE SHIATSU 100 MIN


$80 [70MIN]


60 MIN TREATMENT

10 MIN CONSULTATION

 


$100 [100MIN]


90 MIN TREATMENT

10 MIN CONSULTATION

 

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*** Fees subject to change without notice

***Please note that there is a 24HR cancellation policy; kindly advise us as soon as possible should you not be able to attend your appointment so that we may attend other patients.


Your Practitioner:

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MASA  KODAMA

[ SHIATSU MASA ]

Japanese Shiatsu Practitioner

antaMasa Kodama, an accredited member of the Australian Natural Therapists Association (ANTA), graduated from Australian Shiatsu College in Melbourne. Shiatsu is a physical therapy that supports and strengthens the body’s natural ability to heal and balance itself. It works on the whole person; including physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual aspects of of ourselves.

It is a whole body experience usually practiced while clothed on a floor mat.

Available:

WED~SUN  *Booking essential.

*Other times and days available, varies week to week, don’t hesitate to inquire whether we can fit you in at a time which suits you…   SMS / MESSAGE: 0425 737 896

Locations:
313 Johnston St, Abbotsford VIC 3067


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