A Chinese Taoist martial art form of "meditation in movement" which combines mental concentration, coordinated breathing, and a series of slow, graceful body movements.
While this ancient system looks like a slow-motion dance of graceful movements and deep, relaxed breathing, it is a mobile meditation, used for health, relaxation, self-defense and to induce energy. It's widely practiced in the Orient by people of all ages.
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Traditional massage without oil that utilizes pressure on pressure points, muscles and ligaments and manipulations to elongate the spine, stretch joints and relieve tension. Elicits a feeling of well being, energy and flexibility.
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Removal of facial hair, especially from the eyebrows, using a looped and twisted thread.
Cotton Thread (common sewing thread) is twisted together and wrapped about the provider's fingers to create a hair removal technique that plucks hair from the follicles. Can be used for any area of the body but most common in facial hair removal.
A technique developed by Hawaiian physician Dr. Milton Traeger that employs a gentle, rhythmic shaking of the body to release tension from the joints.
The client lies on a padded table while the practitioner works on the body using gentle, rhythmic movements that do not involve any force, pressure or oils. Sessions are from one to one-and-a-half hours long.
Structural and functional improvements occur spontaneously as a result of sensory repatterning in the mind, as the body is rhythmically moved by the practitioner, producing deep relaxation and release of mental and physical stresses. There is minimal verbal communication between client and practitioner.
Critical to the accomplishment of the work, this state of mind permits the practitioner to connect deeply and sensitively with the client without experiencing fatigue. A series of sessions are recommended because the benefits appear to be cumulative.
Utilizing gentle, non-intrusive, natural movements, The Trager Approach helps release deep-seated physical and mental patterns and facilitates deep relaxation, increased physical mobility, and mental clarity.
A combination of massage, acupressure and other forms of body manipulation. Tuina works by applying pressure to acupoints, meridians and groups of muscles or nerves to remove blockages that prevent the free flow of qi.
Removing these blockages restores the balance of qi in the body, leading to improved health and vitality.