Traditional Thai massage is completely different from the Swedish or classical massage, the most common in the West. If there the doctor sends the patient to a specialist, then the procedure lasts no more than 15 minutes and massage actions are aimed at warming up the muscles, which leads to physical relaxation. No, of course, such a massage in a modern world filled with stress is very good, but this is not a Thai massage.
In Thai massage, very little space is given to relaxation, since the main effect is focused on the energy, not the physical body. There is no muscle warming in the Thai massage system as such, however there are stretching exercises called hatha yoga. In fact, the phrase Thai massage can be pronounced like yoga massage and it will be not far from the truth. Continue reading
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 a model of perfect skin, because it is their faces that remain perfectly smooth and radiant until old age.
What is the secret of perfection?
There are many versions in this regard – both genetics, and a diet rich in seafood, and ecology. The Japanese themselves confirm these versions, claiming that beauty is based primarily on health. Therefore, a significant role is played by oriental practices known for their effectiveness. One of the ways to achieve an amazing result is considered the imperial facial massage Kobido. Continue reading
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