Seated Acupressure is a seated (obviously) treatment received wearing clothes. No oils are used.
Specific acupressure points are stimulated with finger and elbow pressure to balance energy flow of the body. After the treatment clients feel calm, relaxed and clearly focused. This makes it ideally suited as a treatment for the work place.
The recipient will sit on a specially designed massage chair. This supports the knees, chest, head and arms, ensuring that the client is seated in the most comfortable position to receive the massage.
Seated Acupressure is particularly beneficial for upper body tension, it relieves neck and shoulder pain, tension headaches and RSI problems.
"Worked wonders with my right arm. Thank you very much."
Sue, Sangenic, Mansfield
A Seated Acpressure session can be up to an hour in length, but work place treatments are usually not longer than 30 minutes.
after a long shift forklift truck driving."
Jason, Sangenic, Mansfield
Each massage starts by taking some details from clients, usually they are asked to read a screening form before the session. Each recipient of on-site massage is requested to sign that, firstly, they agree to receive massage, and secondly, that have let the therapist know about any issue mentioned on the screening form applies. This ensures the safety of on-site massage for the client as the therapist can tailor the massage to their particular needs, for example certain points, such as Large Intestine 4 in the picture, must be avoided for pregnant clients.
"I found the shoulder and the neck massage extremly relaxing. The
practitioner was very professional by asking about pressure level and
how it felt. Such a treat to have and experience, I will be back for
Natalie, NG2, Nottingham.
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List of treatments
- Myofascial Release (MFR) - Saving Hands massage -
- Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy® - ATMAT -
- Seated Acupressure - Indian Head Massage - Pulsing - Reiki -
- Reflexology - Tsuboki Foot Massage - Hopi Ear Candles -
- Hot and Cold Stone Massage -
- Aromatherapy Massage - Aromatherapy Lymphatic Massage (ALM) -
- Fertility Massage - Pregnancy Massage - Post-natal Massage -
- Dorn Method - Breuss Massage -
- Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) - Deep Oscillation -
- Holistic Facial - Face Vitality - Total Detox -
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