JIN SHIN DO® AND JOINT PROBLEMS

JIN SHIN DO® AND JOINT PROBLEMS Joint problems come from damage to a tissue in the joint itself and from the degeneration of this tissue. According to Oriental Medicine, these problems arise when there is a stasis of vital energy (Qi) in the sector in question, rather than flowing harmoniously throughout the body. All of […]

JIN SHIN DO®: EASTERN AND WESTERN

JIN SHIN DO®: EASTERN AND WESTERN During a Jin Shin Do® session, the client perceives the sensation of being heard and appreciated, thanks to the delicate acupressure and emotional involvement promoted by the process technique and verbal techniques such as body focusing. Acupressure focuses mainly on the tense and painful points that the client feels […]

FOOT REFLEXOLOGY AND PSYCHOSOMATIC

FOOT REFLEXOLOGY AND PSYCHOSOMATIC Foot reflexology allows the possibility of observing the feet and drawing important indications on a psychosomatic level, on the state of health or illness. When both the body and the psyche are in balance, the feet demonstrate health through various signals located in the toes, on the back and above all […]

FOOT REFLEXOLOGY AS A HOLISTIC DISCIPLINE

FOOT REFLEXOLOGY AS A HOLISTIC DISCIPLINE The characteristic of preventing pathological situations and resolving functional situations is inherent in the definition of Plantar Reflexology. It is considered an art because, in addition to technique and experience, it also involves the operator’s capacity for intuition and empathy and his sensitivity, for the optimal relationship with the […]

FOOT REFLEXOLOGY IN CASES OF ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION

FOOT REFLEXOLOGY IN CASES OF ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION Plantar Reflexology plays an important role for people who suffer from syndromes caused by anxiety and depression. It is absolutely not a simple foot massage and is a technique that lends itself well to being associated with specialized medical care, such as psychological and psychoanalytic therapies. Synergistic […]

SHIATSU AGAINST STRESS

SHIATSU AGAINST STRESS Stress can be defined as a reaction of our body, when we perceive an imbalance between the external stresses received and our available vital resources. These external stresses act during the moments in which greater psycho-physical performance is required of the person. In medicine, stress is also defined as any cause capable […]

SHIATSU AND SOCIETY

SHIATSU AND SOCIETY We are all aware that we are living in a historical period in which there is confusion about education in ethical and moral values, as well as those relating to well-being and quality of life. Many people feel disoriented and in difficulty realizing their present and even less their future, with the […]

BODY, MIND AND SOUL

BODY, MIND AND SOUL The human being does not live in separate units with watertight compartments, but in a harmonious dimension between body, mind and soul in a continuous search for balance between themselves. There is an effective metaphor, represented by an image of the philosopher G.I. Gurdjieff, who explains the interaction between soul, body, […]

SHIATSU AND WELL-BEING

SHIATSU AND WELL-BEING Recent experiences have confirmed that shiatsu has a positive effect on resolving problems relating to bad mood, tension and restlessness due to excess stress.[1] This derives from how we approach life and from the perception and subsequent evaluation of the events we experience.[1] The importance we give to our problems is directly […]