Yumeiho therapy organically absorbed both the legacy of ancient Japanese massage therapists and the progressive achievements of modern medicine. Being both a type of massage and a healing practice, it is aimed at restoring the natural harmony of the body and spirit. That is why, according to the practice of Yumeiho therapy, its prerogative is to treat not a disease, but a patient.
Today, the techniques of yumeiho therapy include elements of manual massage, acupressure of shiatsu, methods of regulating the internal organs of seytayho and zang-ti-fu, as well as other chiropractors. This is due to the fact that Yumeiho is a comprehensive therapeutic method. If initially this type of therapy was used primarily to correct the position of the pelvic bones and spine, then at present, yumeiho massage is used to treat many types of diseases.
The history of the method began in the 70s of the XX century, when the masseur Masayuki Saionji began to communicate closely with specialists in the field of rehabilitation therapy Shuhihi Ono and Ono Hidekazu. Having enriched their medical techniques and techniques with his original developments, he created a method that later became known as Yumeiho. Soon, the method took root in the country of the Rising Sun, and also gained recognition abroad.
Initially, this type of practice had a cumbersome name, which translated as “restoration of human vitality through the reduction of the pelvic bones.” Subsequently, Masayuki Saionji shortened it to the simple word “yumeiho,” which means “a method of restoring vitality.” Currently, there are about eight Yumeiho centers in Japan, and recently they have begun to appear throughout Eurasia, including in Russia.
All in places
Currently, the yumeiho method includes about a hundred manual techniques aimed at improving the body. They are based on the principle of equilibrium, which is why experts in the field of yumeiho therapy at work focus on correcting the position of the pelvic bones relative to the body. After all, their displacement, as a rule, leads to curvature of the spine, and this can lead to a dysfunction of the internal organs.
The second basic principle of yumeiho is the principle of relaxation – relaxation of muscles and joints. For this, we use original methods of oriental massage, which allow you to gently and gently prepare the ligamentous apparatus of the body for subsequent work. Thanks to the gradual and consistent warm-up of the muscles, the elimination of the tense muscle corset that fetters our contemporary almost twenty-four hours a day is eliminated.
Then, by aligning the joints in the body, the master of yumeiho-therapy by means of a point effect on various energetic meridians surrounding the body removes blocks and clamps. Due to this, blood and lymph can now freely wash internal organs. In parallel, the green light is turned on to restore the person’s natural bio-energy.
The effect is not long in coming – soon the patient’s pelvic bones acquire their inherent position from birth, and then the spine aligns after them. Given that, according to experts in the field of yumeiho, 98% of the population shows a displacement of the pelvic bones at one stage or another, the popularity of this type of therapy is growing at a tremendous pace.
In addition, Yumeiho therapy improves blood microcirculation in the tissues of the body, stimulates the work of internal organs, and increases general immunity. Being a holistic method, Yumeiho therapy contributes to the healing of the whole organism as a whole, it is focused on restoring its natural functions and systems. Due to the use of Yumeiho techniques, overall performance is stimulated and the overall tone of the body increases.
The wise believe that the human body is a “cast” from his soul. And attitude to one’s own body is a metaphor for one’s attitude to one’s own psyche. That is why in recent times, techniques like yumeiho-therapy have been widely used, because they allow you to work most effectively with both the body and the soul.