Yumeiho massage originates from the Far-East, the Shaolin monastery. It goes back to thousand-year-old traditions, originally developing as part of the local martial art culture. Masseurs of Yumeiho in Hungary today are implying the massage according to instructions of professor Masayuki. Yumeiho evolves its health-maintaining effect through restoring body symmetry, relaxing muscles, and harmonizing meridian energy. The Japanese massage is especially good for back-, hip- and leg aches, certain types of headaches, nipped nerves, vertebral hernia, and for preventing, curing and rehabilitate several postural errors. This pinching, pressing and massaging treatment is also suitable for effectively curing neck-, hip and spinal complaints. After the treatment the patient feels more energetic, active and relaxed. Aches and disability decreases.
Shiatsu is an old, traditional, Japanese healing method. Shiatsu means “finger pressure.” But unlike the massages of the West, where kneading and friction is used, in shiatsu pressure and stretching is the key. The shiatsu practitioner uses palms, fingers, thumbs, knuckles, elbows, knees and the feet, to work on the body’s accupucture points, along what they consider the body’s meridians or energy channels. Its a form of “touch communication,” and is a safe and effective preventive medicine. It helps to balance a persons energy flow, and strengthen the vital organs.
In shiatsu, it is believed that disease is the result of blocked or unbalanced energy, so that it’s aither depleted or over-active. Shiatsu shares the same view as Chinese acupuncture. There are two energy forces, the Yin, or negative, and the Yang, or positive. Basically, the human body is looked upon as a microcosm of the universe, the meridians vital organs are seen as governed by Five Elements and by Yin and Yang. They believe that in a healthy person no element is dominant or deficient in relation to the other. So blocked or unbalanced energy allows disease to take over, and it is either depleted, or kyoto, or overactive-jitsu.
PRANA NADIS MASSAGE
Prana Touch is a luxurious warm oil massage that embraces Ayurveda, the ancient Indian “science of life”. Prana Touch is named for the Sanskrit word that describes the life sustaining force inherent in all of us. A rhythmic massage that strengthens the body, Prana Touch alleviates pain and soreness and frees up blockages to the free flow of prana in the bodies vital centers of energy, the marma points. The ultimate goal of Prana Touch is to produce a deep yet balanced state of relaxation. The massage is always customized to the individual dosha or unique Ayurvedic constitution of the receiver. Prana Touch ayurvedic massage is characterized by long flowing strokes, the rhythmic pouring of warm oil, alternating speeds and pressure and spiraling motions over the delicate joints.
Traditional Thai Massage is an extraordinary 2500 year old healing arts system based in Ayurvedic medicine, Buddhist spiritual practice, and Yoga. Thai massage blends gentle rocking, rhythmic acupressure and deep assisted stretches to open, exercise and tone all systems of the body. The work is deeply therapeutic, fluid and meditative. Thai Massage relaxes, refreshes, and revitalizes both giver and receiver. Its ancient origins are linked to Yoga, Ayurvedic and Chinese Medicine, as well as the local indigenous healing practices of ancient Siam.
Thai massage is a combination of gentle rocking, range of motion, acupressure, reflexology, energy work, specialized yoga and stretching. Joints are loosened and opened through manipulation and peripheral stimulation, muscles are stretched, internal organs are toned, vitality is increased and a deep state of relaxation can be achieved. The work is very rhythmical and meditative, enabling both the client and practitioner to voyage together into deeper realms of consciousness.
The massage work is done on a floor mat with receiver wearing loose, comfortable clothing. This gives the practitioner leverage and the ability to use their body very effectively, which is not possible on a massage table.
Thai is based on a system of energy lines called “Sen”, which follows energy as it flows through the form of the body. There are said to be 72,000 “Sen” which cover the entire body. The “Sen” are closely associated with the Nadis of Ayurvedic medicine and the Meridians of Chinese Acupuncture, all of which can produce internal effects from stimulation of external points on the body.
MA-URI is a modern embodiment of an ancient Polynesian healing medium which focuses on health, healing, self-development and personal growth.
What is unique in Ma-Uri massage is the dynamic use of movements, touch, and rhythm. Warm oil is applied to the body and long sweeping strokes are done with the forearms of the therapist massaging to Polynesian or other kinds of music. These strokes are combined with a special form of posture dance to generate the energy flow within and around the body.
Every muscle, joint, ligament and bone is worked on, except the intimate bodyparts, which are covered by a towel during the massage session. MA-URI massage is for the whole personality not just for a group of muscles. It pampers our body and soul and gives us back the joy of existence.