Full Body Asian Massage – Miracle Worker
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Full body Asian massage techniques have also had a lasting impact on different types of massage therapies in all over the world.
Traditional full body Asian massage has developed into many different forms over the centuries. Below are the most popular ones:
Tui Na massage – Tui Na massage is one of the most widely used forms of Asian massage in the modern day world. It involves deep and constant strokes, kneading, and pressure applied all over the body in high repetitions, especially the back (it is best to concentrate on particular area rather than the whole body as it is quite “sore” massage type). Tui Na massage is most suited for treating chronic pains, musculoskeletal problems, sprains, strains, arthritis, problematic digestive system, liver and the spleen. It’s quite the magic worker actually.
An Mo massage – An Mo massage also incorporates many full body asian massage techniques but it differs from Tui Na massage as it focuses on the entire body. An Mo massage is used to balance, calm and relax the entire body by using energy techniques and stretching.
Shia Tsu massage – Shia tsu full bosy Asian massage applies acupressure techniques to stimulate the various pressure points all over the body. It is used to provide pain relief and to stimulate the working of the various organs.
The main full body Asian massage techniques involve friction, joint and muscle manipulation, swinging, grasping, and vibration. The benefits of these techniques include better blood circulation, and more flexible muscles. So, if you have back, chest, or limb problems, full body Asian massage is the most natural way out. They also help in improving the flexibility of the spine and gastrointestinal functions.
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