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
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 Continue reading
Chinese gray-bearded aksakals have long been famous for their ability to preserve youthful vigor and health until a very old age. They owe this to renowned massage techniques, many of which are rooted in antiquity. One of these techniques, massage Guasha, has long been recognized in Europe – because it can enhance the health of both aged gray-haired and young children.
Scrape off adversity and sores
The traditional name for Guasha massage is a combination of two words. “Gua” is translated as “scraping movements in one direction”, “sha” – “bad, nasty, wrong.” Thus, “gouache” translates as “scraping all the bad and nasty.” Continue reading