SHIATSU - Japanese Finger Pressure Massage
Shiatsu treatments with Aileen Harrison, MRSS
@ £25per hour, £15 for half hour
Come and have a relaxing shiatsu with all the health benefits of Japanese medicine in the Treatment Cabin at Chapel Farm Ecohouse.
Aileen studied for 3 years at the Devon School of Shiatsu and qualified recently. She is a member of the Shiatsu Society of GB and is insured by Balens Insurance.
What is Shiatsu?
Shiatsu is a Japanese word meaning “finger pressure”. It is a hands-on therapy therapy originating in Japan. The thumbs, palms, and fingers are used to apply pressure to designated areas of the body.
Everybody responds to touch. It is a natural ability that people are now beginning to recognize again. Shiatsu uses hand pressure and manipulative techniques to adjust the body's physical structure and its natural inner energies, to help ward off illness, and maintain good health.
A shiatsu treatment normally last about one hour, although the first treatment can take longer as I need to take a history. You are fully clothed, avoid wearing a skirt or jeans, and wear, or bring a clean pair of socks! Natural fibres are best.
Shiatsu can help with a number of ailments including (but not limited to):
Back pain, joint pain and reduced mobility
Low energy, fatigue and insomnia
Headaches and migraine
Menstrual problems and menopause
Digestive Problems and constipation
Depression, stress and anxiety
Eczema, psoriasis and other skin problems
Tel: Aileen - 01208 895039 or ask Avril Rea (owner of Lowarth)
Mobile: 07951 694 953