Acupressure Massage for flexibility and much more
Acupressure for flexibility, calming and much more being a very effective meridian based therapy. This has helped many people with their day to day jobs.
Seated Acupressure is a meridian based therapy in which thumb, fingers, and elbow and knuckle pressure are used over many acupressure points.
It works on the 12 major meridians accessible on the back, arms, hands, neck, head and legs.
This technique helps to stimulate and balance the flow of energy or life-force throughout the body, in turn this stimulates the following systems of the body:
- immune and lymphatic systems
This promotes the release of endorphins and important mood-regulating neurotransmitters.
The client is left feeling good in a relaxed, but energised way and in a clearly focused frame of mind.
Seated acupressure is also the ideal modality for the busy work environment.
Employees benefit from this quick, dynamic, de-stressing therapy and can return back to their desks buzzing with energy.
In the last decade, increasing numbers of people have benefited from this very effective therapy. It is one of the fastest growing in the complementary therapies industry.
This is a good one to have onsite so that you can have a relaxing therapy in your lunch hour.
Many of my clients have said how refreshed and energised they feel afterwards. This is deeply relaxing and a dynamic de-stressing therapy.
Very effective for:
- Repetitive strain injury
- Sinus problems
- Menstrual pain
- Digestive problems
- Stimulates Lymphatic drainage
- Helps boost the Immune system
- Assists the removal of toxins
- Can reduce stiffness and improve flexibility.
Statistics show that millions of people have time off work through self-reported work related illness.
Stress, depression or anxiety, also muscular disorders, in particular, those affecting the back and upper limbs.
By taking time out, this calms the body and mind leaving you in a focused state of mind.
After the treatment you are able to do your job with ease instead of suffering and hoping things get better.