There are many different types of massage and each has it’s own unique techniques for helping deal with a vast array of different physical and emotional symptoms.
Amatsu massage originates from Japan and uses a combination of massage, mobilisation, rebalancing and acupressure points to help people live the lives they want to live.
Ask yourself these questions…
- Do you suffer from pain that prevents you from living your life in the way that you would like to?
- Are you fed up with your first thought of the day being ‘is today going to be good or bad’?
- Are you keen to explore a new method of handling this pain that will help both your physical and emotional health and wellbeing?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then Amatsu could be exactly what you’re looking for!
What can Amatsu help with?
- Back pain
- Shoulder and neck problems
- Migraines and headaches
- Sports injuries
- Digestive concerns
- Hip pain
- Sprained ankles and foot pain
- Knee injury
- Postural issues
This extensive list could go on, such are the benefits of Amatsu and perhaps more than anything, if you feel as though you have literally tried everything and yet still you have some form of underlying pain, then Amatsu could be your solution.
It might be a pain that has come from an injury, one that you have had for years, or one that comes and goes and you simply resort to ‘put up with’. Well, you shouldn’t have to put up with it and you needn’t put up with it anymore!
You may not think you have the time to go for a massage, or you may think it is too much of an indulgence or that you simply cannot afford it. But, remember how important your health really is and in all honesty what kind of a life is one that is spent in pain?!
Reasons why people turn to Amatsu
- They want to do the simple things that others take for granted e.g. gardening, exercising or even carrying shopping bags.
- They want to be able to sit comfortably, whether that be at work, socialising with friends at a bar or restaurant or even when they’re relaxing at home.
- They would like to be able to get a whole nights sleep without tossing and turning, trying to find a comfortable position.
- They are concerned about how these symptoms may develop later in life.
And it’s not just the physical symptoms, mood can be affected too.
Pain can make you:
- You might not want to go out as much.
- It may cause social anxiety.
- You worry you may become a burden to people, or known as the moaner!
Amatsu is a holistic therapy that can address these concerns and a good practitioner, like myself, will be understanding of your needs, supportive, give great guidance and advice and will be committed to improving your health.
It’s good to think of your body as a map, it shows up every aspect of your life so far; any physical breaks, strains or injuries as well as emotional stresses all leave their marks and these are the clues that Amatsu therapists use to help treat you.
Amatsu works by correcting whatever symptoms you are experiencing, whilst reconnecting and rebalancing your entire body back to how it should be.
It is primarily a physical treatment, in which a series of gentle, but at the same time firm and assertive pressure is applied to key points on the body.
Lots of different factors affect how we feel and in Amatsu these are represented by the Godai (the Big Five):
One vital part of the treatment (the initial assessment) is using touch and movement to establish how well the muscles are working. This is called kinesiology and in basic terms, is the request to find out from the body which muscles, ligaments and tissues are working at their best and which are not. This is one of the hardest things to learn in Amatsu and can only be learnt through lots of hands-on practice.
Please take a look at the testimonial below and read the Art of Healthy Living Amatsu review as a personal insight into just how beneficial Amatsu can be.
“I have at last found effective yet gentle relief for my ongoing neck, arm and shoulder pain. By contrast to some other forms of treatment, Amatsu presents an intelligent, sensitive and relaxing approach to dealing with those inhibiting conditions which affect so many of us and is one I highly recommend to fellow sufferers. Jane is a skilled practitioner with a caring attitude and after several visits I really do feel the benefits of the attention she has so far provided me”
Jane qualified as an Amatsu Practitioner at the Amatsu Training School in Hertfordshire in 2011.
She is keen to promote the incredible health benefits of Amatsu and is therefore offering our readers an incredible deal on her taster sessions with a discount of 20% off her normal rate.
For more details contact:
Jane Mitchell (Senior Amatsu Practitioner)
Hampshire Amatsu Therapy