These are Massage-different types


This is slow, gentle , relaxing kind of massage. All that may seem to be going on is someone leaning with their fingers, thumbs, or arms on another person or gently wriggling their limbs.

However the power of shiatsu is deep. Positive intention is very important that is how the practitioner controls the direction and strength of the energy passing through the receipient.

Working on (vital Japanese pressure points) while focussing on the energy channels (meridians) of the receiver, the giver slowly releases unhealthy blockages and re-balances the flow of energy within the body.


Massaging your head, neck shoulders releases tension in the muscles of the upper body, reliving headaches, de-stressing your mind and body, and moving toxins out of your system.


Aromatherapy is different in a way that it has very relaxing pleasurable way of absorbing the powerful, healing oils into our bodies. Their is an oil for almost every problem, and combining oil with the power of touch results in a therapy that is one of the most relaxing, calming and refreshing way to unwind after a busy day.

Aromatherapy benefits

Aromatherapy oils


Acupressure also is a different type of massage, unlike Shiatsu , which works on the meridians and pressure points, acupressure and acupuncture both use fixed points. They can be activated by firm touch, a needle(in case of acupuncture), or an electric current. The pressure points are very responsive and can relieve pain, sickness and stiffness in muscles and joints very quickly and effectively. To get the best result from acupressure you must apply pressure for at least a minute to each point used.


Therapeutic massage is more clinical then traditional systems of shiatsu and acupressure. This type of massage is for more deep muscle, joints and other problems.

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