Massage during pregnancy can reduce peripheral swelling, help prevent insomnia, reduce muscle cramps and back pain, and soothe the nervous system.
An ancient form of Japanese hands on healing. Hands are placed on or just above the
client and energy is transferred through the practitioner to the client, promoting
emotional balance and physical well-being.
By using thumb and fingers, points on the feet corresponding to all the glands, organs and parts of the body are stimulated. The aim is to encourage a beneficial effect on parts of the body and to improve general wellbeing.
Usually a 15 to 30 minute massage whilst seated in a chair, with focus on the neck, back and shoulders.