Chinese facial massage is a great way to achieve skin rejuvenation. This technique has been known in the East since ancient times. It is often called qigong gymnastics (translated from Chinese qi – “vital energy”, gong – “management”) or Taoist massage (Taoism – Chinese philosophical teaching, which is based on energy exchange, etc.). The main idea of this technique is that the impact on certain biologically active points on the skin of the face contributes to the launch of skin regeneration processes.
Point self-massage allows you to work out not only the upper layers of the skin, but also muscle tissue, bones, blood vessels. In addition, Chinese gymnastics, due to the stimulation of certain zones, helps to Continue reading
Thai massage using essential herbs called aromatherapy. In this case, the effect is not only on the joints and muscles, but also on the sense of smell, thereby stimulating the most important functions of the body. In addition, massage with oil is an excellent detox, since the body releases toxins and toxins through aromatic oils, the mechanism of self-regulation is restored, joint mobility increases, which generally affects immunity.
Do you know what properties aroma oils have for essential oils used in Thai massage, which in our salon change depending on the time of year and objective indications of use? If not, it is worth considering this issue in more detail.
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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