Shiatsu for Beginners: A Step-by-step Guide
Shiatsu for Beginners introduces American readers to the ancient Japanese system of pressure massage. Like acupuncture and acupressure, shiatsu is a healing art applied to the body's energy channels (meridians), resulting in pain relief, increased energy, and overall vitality.
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THE BENEFITS OF SHIATSU
THE SITTING POSITION
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abdomen Achilles tendon acupuncture ankle apply pressure begin BENEFITS body weight breathing buttocks centre chest comfortable cramps effect elbow Shiatsu equal pressure face feel feet fingers finishing flexibility floor forearm front gall bladder gently give pressure give Shiatsu giving elbow Hara heels hips imbalance intestine keep kneel lean forward lean your body left foot left hand left knee line twice loosen lower back maintain massage meridian systems meridians move movement muscles natural neck ner's Nigel Dawes oriental medicine pain palm pressure partner's arms partner's back partner's head partner's left partner's right partner's shoulders pelvis place your left Place your palms place your right prone position relax releasing Repeat right hand right knee right palm sacrum sciatica sequences shoulder blade sitting position small intestine STEP stiffness stretch and manipulate stretches and rotations supine position support hand techniques tension toes upper body urinary bladder whole body wrist