Shiatsu is a Japanese non-invasive therapy used to stimulate the body’s self healing ability. The word shiatsu literally translates to “finger pressure.” Shiatsu therapy involves the application of manual pressure to specific areas of the body in order to assess and treat various issues. Shiatsu treatments have an influence on the nervous system, therefore improving organ functions and reducing muscle tensions . Shiatsu uses specific passageways called the 12 meridians, originally believed in Chinese medicine to house and conduct the flow of “Chi” energy into 12 different organs of the body. Shiatsu heals the body indirectly by stimulating the Chi going towards specific organs.
AKI SHIATSU provides a variety of shiatsu massage.
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AKI NAGATA (CMP)
Aki first became interested in Shiatsu as
a young child after his fathers back pain disease has been successfully released. Shiatsu was not a common practice then, but they had someone perform it on his father while Aki watched. Aki continued the treatment when the practitioner wasn’t available.
As a result, the father recovered without any medicine or surgery, shocking everyone.
Inspired and determined to continue helping other people, Aki decided to pursue shiatsu as a practitioner 30 years ago. Since then, he has performed Shiatsu on many people and healed all types of symptoms.
“We are so glad you have chosen to work with us. We know that you will feel the difference after one session. You will feel relaxed, lighter and invigorated.”
BEN OONG (CMT, Reiki)
(Therapist will be available after September)
Ben is a graduate from De Anza college and Skyline college, CA (Massage Therapy Program). Ben’s philosophy towards bodywork is to allow the body and mind returning to its natural state of harmony. For his massage, Ben uses a combination of soothing Swedish, Deep Tissue, Tui--Na. He believes in customization, based on client’s needs, is the key to a successful body treatment.
Ben is also a Reiki practitioner and received his Reiki Master title in 2013. In 2015, Ben went to China for his Tui-Na training ( oldest form of Chinese therapeutic massage). Ben has recently completed another 60-hour Acupressure bodywork training. Acupressure uses a similar principle as Acupuncture, but without the usage of needles( less intrusive).
"I believe that everyone is entitled to excellent healthcare and as an acupressure professional I am passionate about working with my patients to achieve optimum balance and well - being in their lives" Aki Nagata