Adrenal Burnout Healed Through Shiatsu The kidneys are considered to be the energy force of the body in Shiatsu and traditional Chinese Medicine. It is also “the furnace” that keeps us warm and distributes heat and energy throughout. Together with the bladder they are an important part in detoxifying the body of waste and impurities….

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Injuries can be devastating to a dance career, but you can reduce their occurrence or avoid them—if you know what to look for. Find out why certain injuries happen, what can be done to prevent them, and which treatment to seek if prevention fails. 1. Neck Strain: Choreography that calls for excessive head movement can easily…

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“Press Harder”

 By Mihael Mamychshvili, Reg. Master Shiatsu Therapist   I have been working with patients with chronic pain for 15 years and it never ceases to amaze me how people get used to their pain. Their pain becomes their proverbial security blanket because without, they feel like something essential is missing. Many patients come to me…

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Why You Need To Help Your Liver In The Spring – From A Shiatsu Theory Perspective Written By Mihael Mamychshvili, RST Spring is coming; the flowers are blooming, the sun is shining and the temperature is slowly (too slowly for my liking) climbing up. People around this time start planning to get in shape. Loosing that extra…

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What is Shiatsu Therapy? Do you ever find yourself overwhelmed with the pace of your life? Is your nervous system over stimulated by stress, technology, caffeine and other stimulates? Are you struggling to keep your work and life in balance while tension and pain is a daily reminder? Shiatsu is a holistic therapy that can…

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Headaches and Migraines Helped With Shiatsu Therapy – Mihael Mamychshvili RST Most headaches are symptoms of imbalances in the organs. These imbalances are caused by environmental toxins, food toxins or sensitivities, stress, rich fatty diets, and emotional distress. These imbalances affect organs such as the liver, gall bladder, stomach, spleen, bladder, kidneys, and large intestine….

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Research Exclusive: Acupressure Reduces Heart Rate in Stroke Victims By MASSAGE Magazine November 30, 2010 Acupressure significantly reduced heart rate among subjects who suffered a stroke, whereas placebo acupressure did not, according to recent research. The study, “Cardiovascular benefits of acupressure (Jin Shin) following stroke,” involved 13 subjects who experienced a stroke at least 19…

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The Japanese Olympic Team has earned an impressive nineteen medals in six days of competition at the 2012 Olympics. This has also been an impressive victory for Japan’s sports science strategies. The medal-winning achievements have been in five sports where resilience from intense pain or endurance can be key success factors. This success is building confidence for…

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