Duration : 1 hr
Certainly, an acupressure-massage can help you relax. But Japanese Pressure Point therapy can do more than that.
60 minutes Japanese Acupressure Massage
Japanese Acupressure Massage 40 mins
Arm massage 10 mins
Head massage 10 mins
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Price does not include tips
Most popular tip 100.000 ₫
JAPANESE PRESSURE POINT MASSAGE
Certainly, an acupressure-massage can help you relax. But this therapy can do much more than that.
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Health benefits of Japanese Pressure Point Therapy:
- Acupressure massage reduces the chances of office workers having stiff neck muscles or disc herniation
Today, the frequency of working continuously on the stressful work leads to health issues of working people across the world. Sitting continuously in front of a computer for 8 hours leads to many diseases among which are spine and shoulders related diseases… Desk staff, be careful! Stressful postures are more severe and in the beginning they “appear as pain or weakness in the lower back and buttocks due to long sitting periods”.
Fortunately, acupressure can counteract the imbalance caused by sitting too long, meaning you can work continuously at your desk – as long as you schedule the acupressure often enough.
- Acupressure massage helps relieve muscle pain
Do you have muscle pain? Reflexology may be helpful. Acupressure massage helps to increase and improve circulation.
A 2011. study published in the Chronicle of Internal Medicine found that acupuncture massage- acupressure massage therapy was as effective as other chronic back pain treatments.
- Acupressure massage relieves anxiety and depression
“Human sensations are extremely relaxing, in a safe, friendly and professional setting, can be a cure,” says Tanason.
Women diagnosed with breast cancer who received massage treatments three times a week reported less depression and less anger, according to a 2005. study published in the International Journal of Neuroscience.
And, a study published in the Journal of the American Academy of Children and Adolescent Psychiatry, found that patients with depression and anxiety were more comfortable and happier, and had reduced levels tension after massage.
- Reflexology massage improves sleep
Not only can acupressure massage can encourage a restful sleep, it is especially helpful for those who cannot comfortably rest.
“Massage promotes relaxation and sleep in people undergoing chemotherapy or radiation therapy,” says Lisa Marie de Miranda, a massage therapist and therapist at Paleolife Massage Therapy.
- Acupressure massage increases immunity
A 2010. study published in the journal Alternative and Complementary Medicine found that massage increases the patient’s white blood cell count (plays a big role in protecting the body from disease). In addition, it also “improves immune function for people infected with HIV,” de Miranda said.
- Acupressure massage relieves headaches
If you have headaches, try booking a massage – an acupressure massage. “Massage reduces the frequency and severity of tension headaches,” says De Miranda.
Research from the University of Granada in Spain found that a single massage session immediately had analgesic effects in patients with chronic headaches.