Shiatsu Massage is a very famous type of healing bodywork. Touch is the main aspect of shiatsu massage. A therapist can use the power of her hands to make her client experience various approaches such as pressing, rocking, joint rotations, patting, and other hand massage techniques. Each approach is given for 3 to 5 minutes on the areas where maximum pressure is required.The patient who requires Shiatsu massage is advised to wear loose clothing. There are many body parts where there is a need for deep pressure manipulation, such as the knees, thighs, and back.

Foot massage, Shiatsu massage

The number of shiatsu massage varies from person to person. Normally, people require 6 or 8 sessions of massage for achieving the full benefits any technique. In general one need 2 or 3 month’s regular massage to experience the all the benefits of shiatsu massage. It is applied to the palm of one’s hand and soles of their feet. The therapist could use his fingers, palms, thumbs and wooden tools to apply pressure to their patients.

Shiatsu massage includes various manipulation techniques and gentle stretching. It is an ancient technique which is now widely used and respected in all the parts of the world. There are many hospitals out there that use Shiatsu massage as a post complementary therapy for those patients who have suffered from heart attack, a stroke, and arthritis.

Foot massage has been provided to people from thousands of years and they all have received multiple benefits from it.The benefits of this massage are best received when a person hires a professional massage therapist for them.

Sen Foot Massage is one of the most professional and licensed massage therapists in Houston. They provide shiatsu massage and foot massage to their clients.


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