Shiatsu Therapy - Estelle Padeloup

Shiatsu Therapy - Estelle Padeloup from Sooke Shiatsu Therapy Estelle Padeloup

By: Sooke Shiatsu Therapy Estelle Padeloup  28-01-2016
Keywords: alternative medicine, back pain, Health

Shiatsu is a manual therapy based on the Traditional Chinese Medicine and the movement of energy through specific pathways in the body called meridians or channels. Blockages in these pathways can result in both physical and emotional problems. As Registered Shiatsu Therapist, I use a variety of hand and body techniques. Techniques include passive stretching and mobilization, cranial-sacral techniques, pressure applied along meridians with palms, feet, arms, elbows, knees, thumbs and fingers, grasping and also kneading, and percussion or pummeling. I can also use polarity and moxibustion techniques to increase the global energy level of the body or to help part of the body to recover from injury. The receiver lies on a futon or sits in various poses. Each treatment is unique because it is based on the condition of the receiver at the time of the treatment rather than a specific protocol. The treatment focuses on the meridian pathways but there is neuro-muscular stimulation. The result is improvement of the energy flow, blood circulation, and flexibility and can help to improve health issues like muscular skeletal tightness (Back, neck, and joint pain), repetitive Use Injuries (physical and emotional trauma), depression, stress, anxiety, insomnia, headaches, migraines, respiratory, digestive and gynecological problems, low energy and fatigue.

Keywords: acupresion, alternative medicine, back pain, Chinese Medicine, chronic pain, Health, Holistic Medicine, Injury Clinic, low back pain, Massage Therapist, natural medicine, neck pain, Pain Relief, Physical Therapy, Registered Massage, Registered Massage Therapist, sports injury, Sports Injury Clinic, Stress Management, Therapeutic Massage, therapy, traditional chinese medicine,

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