T R E A T M E N T S

 

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Z E N   S H I A T S U

It is a treatment which was certainly meant to come into my life. It happened to experience it first while staying in Cambodia from a Canadian woman who both looked and felt as an angel.  She was so connected. It was such a blessing. It took quite a good moment to come across it again in 2016 in Italy. I was fully inspired and I was sure it is my path. I immediately took up the studies.

Zen Shiatsu was found by Shizuto Masunaga in Japan and is now known worldwide. It is a treatment based on the Chinese Medicine and aids to bring balance in bodily and mental levels working through the 12 meridians (energy lines) connected to the 12 internal organs. The work is done on a body fully covered with clothes and approximately lasts about an hour.

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T H A I   Y O G A   M A S S A G E

Thai Massage goes beyond the limitations of the mind. Traditionally practiced in Buddhist monasteries, Thai massage is regarded above all as a spiritual practice, a meditation in movement, closely connected with the teachings of the Buddha. The masseur practices in a meditative state and develops his sensitivity and compassion to tune into the patient’s needs..and offer him/her the chance to tap into their own healing journey.

The roots of what is known as “Traditional Thai massage” date back to some 2500 years ago in India, in times of Ayurvedic and Yogic healing. It was brought over to Thailand, with the migration of Buddhism, as a medical practice by a famous Indian doctor “Jivaka Kumar Baccha”, the Buddha’s personal physician and doctor of the monks in the monasteries of that time. The teaching and sharing from generation to generation and from master to student has made this massage the intuitive hands -on healing art that it is. (Sunshine House)