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We use only organic massage oils, safe and beneficial for the skin!Acupressure originated in ancient China. This massage technique differs from Western massage techniques, such as Swedish massage in that it can treat muscle-related problems, even if the muscle tissue is deep beneath the surface.
The Keys to Acupressure
This form of massage focuses on balancing an individual’s flow of Qi, the pure energy that courses through every individual. Traditional Chinese Medicine reveals that disturbances in Qi lead to disease and illnesses. The required correction in the flow of energy restores health and vigor.
Acupressure is a therapeutic massage that aims to release muscle knots, and treat conditions such as spasms and inflammation. Acupressure specialists use their thumbs to skillfully apply pressure in order to bring relief and accelerate the healing process for injuries from whiplash, accidents, and other conditions. Some of the movements used in acupressure are similar to those used by chiropractors.
Benefits of Acupressure
Acupressure massage therapy is an excellent way to prevent Qi-related conditions from developing. Here are a few additional benefits.
- Treats Nausea – Acupressure on the wrist has been shown as beneficial in treating nausea related to surgery, chemotherapy, motion sickness, and pregnancy.
- A Natural Pain Reliever – Low back pain and chronic headaches can be treated with acupressure.
- Promotes Calmness – Endorphins released during acupressure contribute to better moods and help combat depression.
Additionally, acupressure offers libido boosting properties. In some instances, multiple sessions may be required before you notice changes. However, it only takes a few visits to unblock your Qi so that you can experience the benefits mentioned above.
Acupressure is a wonderful preventative and rejuvenation therapy. It slows down the aging process and helps maintain the balance of a healthy mind in a healthy body.
Acupressure differs significantly from acupuncture. The latter procedure involves the insertion of fine needles along the pathways through which Qi flows. Acupressure, as the name suggests, makes use of pressure to unblock the energy pathways.
Where East Meets West
Trained acupressure massage therapists at Treat Your Feet provide more than just relief from stress and pain. Patients who visit our Doraville facility for acupressure to treat injury-related pain often report significant relief after a single session. Book an appointment at Treat Your Feet and experience the many benefits of this amazing massage technique.