Acupressure uses manual pressure to stimulate the flow of energy in the body. According to the principles of Chinese medicine, different locations are considered significant for different health concerns. The inner workings of the body are seen to be reflected on the surface, so it can be recommended for pain, range of motion, organ disharmony, and even emotions.
Acupressure serves a similar role in healthcare as acupuncture, but without the use of needles.
In general, it differs from massage in that acupressure tends to be received without oils, and with clothes on.
$80 - 60 minutes
Meet The Therapist
"John has had a life-long interest in health, fitness, and Chinese martial arts. He practices Tui Na, which is a therapeutic style of bodywork that is informed by a master's degree in acupuncture and over 20 years of Tai Chi experience. He enjoys helping people meet their goals by promoting special attention to recovery."