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Shiatsu is a Japanese therapy that is often referred to as "acupuncture without needles" or as a "drugless therapy". Pressure is applied with thumbs, palms and elbow to acupuncture points along the body. The points are located along channels of energy called meridians.
Long before Western Medicine acknowledged the relationship that exists between the skin and the internal organs, the Chinese had developed the meridian system for treating disease by stimulating specific points on the skin. The aim of Shiatsu is to relive the ailment and promote health and balance.

Shiatsu Body Massage

Price: $65.00 + $8.45 HST
Total: $73.45 (60min)
Time: 60 minutes
45min and 30min treatments also available.
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Shiatsu therapy for the feet increases the "vital energy" that is circulating between organs of the human body, that penetrates into every living cell. Whenever this energy is blocked, the zone of blockage will be affected, and the reflex zones can indicate the blockage of energy in different organs. The pressure applied to the reflex zones by the therapist will pass through the nerves to dissipate energy blocks. By performing Shiatsu on the feet, you are increasing circulation and promoting specific bodily and muscular functions.

Shiatsu for Feet

Price: $38.00 + $4.90 HST
Total: $42.90 (30min)
Time: 30 minutes

Cupping is a method of treating disease by causing local congestion. A partial vacuum is created in the jars, usually by means of heat, which are then applied to the skin, drawing up the underlying tissues and forming blood stasis. This method is utilized in treating consumptive and rheumatic diseases. Single cups may be applied on smaller areas and several cups to a wider region. The cups may be moved over large flat areas and herbal preparations may be used with the cupping technique.


Price: $20.00 + $2.60 HST
Total: $22.60 (15min)
Time: 15 minutes
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Moxibustion is a method whereby moxa pink (or other herbs) is burned above or on the skin at acupuncture points. The heat warms the Qi and blood in the channels and is therefore useful in the treatment of disease and the maintenance of health. Moxibustion can be used separately or as an accompaniment with acupuncture. Loose moxa wool can be shaped into cones or compressed into moxa sticks. The sticks or cones are lit and burnt close to the skin and acupuncture points. The wool can also be applied to the sterile filiform needles used for acupuncture and lit in order to use the technique called "warming needle".


Price: ddt*
* Depending on the duration of the treatment
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