Massage (European system)
Massage (from the Greek. Masso - “rub”, “squeeze with hands”) is a combination of mechanical and reflex effects on tissues and organs, which is performed by the hands of a…

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Kobido Face Massage
Since ancient times, women have been worried about the preservation of youth and beauty. Especially age-related changes are reflected on the face: wrinkles, aging skin, swelling. Japanese women are considered…

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Thai Massage Experience in Thailand
Every time I come to Thailand, I go for a massage. This is primarily due to the professional desire to learn something new, to identify new approaches. Having chosen a…

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Hijama – effective bloodletting treatment

Bloodletting began to be used to treat various diseases for a very long time. In the Middle Ages, it was considered one of the main methods of treatment. Due to non-compliance with hygiene standards, bloodletting was fraught with blood poisoning, and over time, people began to distrust him.

Nowadays, hijama has again gained popularity among folk healers. Even in modern medical centers, clients are offered hijama as an alternative treatment method. Let’s get to know her better.

The essence of hijama treatment is the renewal of blood and the body as a whole due to the withdrawal of stagnant blood and lymph. Often, due to a sedentary lifestyle, metabolic disorders, poor nutrition and daily regimen, blood and lymph stagnate and thicken, forming clots. Continue reading

Zoku shin

Zoku Shin is a unique Japanese massage technique based on various methods of vibration, kneading and exposure to the active points of the feet and hands.

The history of the creation of massage techniques dates back thousands of years and has its roots in Japanese masters practicing traditional medicine. Precious knowledge and experience were passed down from generation to generation. The modern world of massage technique Zoku Shin became known thirty years ago thanks to the Japanese master Shogo Moshizuki, a hereditary doctor whose family has been practicing traditional Japanese medicine for more than two hundred and fifty years. Shogo Moshizuki improved this method and adapted it to our lifestyle. He opened a school in America and began to teach this art. Continue reading

The art of chocolate massage

Chocolate massage is an amazing remedy for stress and bad mood. After all, with each session, you find yourself in a chocolate country and as if returning to childhood. Everyone can get rid of endless stress and treat themselves to warm, pleasantly melting chocolate!
Chocolate massage activates cell metabolism and burns fat, stimulates blood microcirculation, saturates the skin with active elements, acts as an antidepressant on the nervous system, has an exciting effect, promotes the production of joy hormones – endorphins, enriches the skin with calcium, potassium and magnesium, restores, moisturizes and nourishes the skin making it soft and smooth, fights aging. And what a pleasant aroma is in the air! Continue reading

About the benefits of non-contact massage
"To no one with malice, to all with mercy." Lincoln. There are three main professions in the world: to teach, build and heal. Of these professions, the most important thing…

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Headaches: causes, types, diagnosis and treatment
Headache - an ailment that interferes with a full life. When the head hurts, a malfunction occurs in the body. Attacks begin unexpectedly, and they can last in different ways.…

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Massage during pregnancy - valid or not
In everyday communication, the possibility of massage for expectant mothers is discussed from the neutral opinion of “possible, if carefully” to categorical “mandatory” and “unacceptable”. In the ranks of professionals…

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Massage history
Even in ancient times, massage was known as a remedy. Massage was used by primitive people. Obviously, stroking, rubbing, kneading the sore spot at first was purely instinctive. It was…

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