SHIATSU PRACTICE ISABELLE WIDMER
Based on Traditional Chinese Medicine, Shiatsu is a Japanese form of body therapy. During treatment, the focus is on physical and mental imbalances, which are brought back into balance with acupressure, meridian treatment, stretching, various types of tapping and massage. This promotes the self-healing process, just as it can also support the maintenance of health.
Work is done in comfortable clothing either on the futon or on the couch.
All the further training I have attended and completed over the years is incorporated into the treatment.
A treatment technique originating from osteopathy,
Craniosacral therapy is a complementary therapeutic application that stimulates the self-healing powers. Gentle touches are used in an attempt to perceive the rhythmic movements of the cerebrospinal fluid.
the rhythmic movements of the cerebrospinal fluid and to influence them.
Yoga is a health teaching from India that is over 3000 years old. With physical exercises, breathing techniques and meditation, the aim is to increase physical and mental health. In a one-to-one session, we work together to put together a yoga routine that is tailored to your personal challenges.
The word moxibustion is composed of the Japanese word 'mogusa' (dried, finely grated leaves of mugwort) and the Latin 'combustico' (to burn). In TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine), heated moxa is used to decongest scars, intensively affect acupuncture points or stimulate the chi (life energy). It came to Europe as early as the 16th century and even today many therapists work with the various manifestations of moxa.
Internal and external scars and scar tissue can have a disturbing effect on our whole system. A disturbing scar can cause feelings of tension, muscle tightness, circulatory problems, nerve irritation, numbness and pain. With scar removal we work towards making the scars 'permeable' again, making them flexible and supple so that the negative influences can be released.
In the Far East, Gua Sha is mostly used as an initial treatment for flaring colds, but also for muscle tension and pain.
Intensive rubbing with a jade stone or a ceramic spoon on oiled skin stimulates increased blood circulation, which can support the healing process.
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