According to the Chinese medicine, human health depends on the circulation of the vital energy “Qi” and its Yin-Yang balance. Qi flows along special Jinglo meridians with biologically active points and zones located thereon. These points are considered to be the places where the “Qi” exits to the surface of the body. They are usually called acupuncture, and the zones – reflex zones. The therapeutic massage affects the organs and vital systems of the body precisely through these points.
The Chinese massage technique directly affects biologically active points and zones, alternating pressing, kneading, vibration, pushing, stretching muscles, developing joints and tendons. This traditional type of Chinese massage restores the Qi movement by triggering self-regulation and self-healing mechanisms. Traditional Chinese massage is performed in a special costume without oil.
Indications for the Chinese traditional SPA treatment:
- muscle pain and discomfort,
- low immunity,
- sedentary lifestyle;
- digestive problems,
- discomfort or illness in the respiratory system,
- pathology of the reproductive system,
- joint problems and others.
Contraindications to the SPA treatment:
- general contraindications,
- any inflammatory processes in the body,
- lumbar and cervical hernia.
JOY Spa recommends to use traditional Chinese point massage in combination with a traditional Chinese ritual for the feet to achieve the best regenerative effect in the body.