Health Benefits of Acupressure & Massage:


Touch and pressure are forms of energy exchange that in and of itself are therapeutic approaches. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is not unfamiliar to many people nowadays. It has been known to have over 3500 years in medical history, from massage (tui na), acupressure, herbology, dietetics/food therapy, cupping, scrapping (guasha), moxibustion and acupuncture. 

Acupressure applies the same meridian philosophy and theory in acupuncture. In an acupressure session, applied pressure is being used in place of needles. The pressure can be applied from the tip or knuckles of the fingers, palms and/or elbows. Gentle to deep pressure is applied to the pressure point on the meridian as a form of stimulation, in order to tonify/ disperse/ strengthen the energy flow of the meridians, allowing the body to attune itself and find its own balance in its own termsMeridians are known as energy channels that connect energies (internal organs, hormones, functions, etc.) throughout the body. 


Massage can help maintain the well being of the physical, mental and emotional. Balancing the energy of the mind and body is the foundation of being well.

At b-ê :: well holistic therapies, I offer you a relaxing and rejuvenating massage experience through acupressure massage therapy, body therapy massage, pregnancy & postpartum care massage, infant massage (from 6 weeks to 5 years old), and yoga therapy. A session of massage can :

* Reduces tension and anxiety.

* Improves blood circulation to increase the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the cells.

* Stimulates the lymphatic system, allowing the body’s unwanted products to be carried away.

* Prevents and relieve muscles cramps and spasms.

* Help manage pains in muscular tissues, tendons and joints.

* Calms the nervous system and promotes a sense of relaxation and well-being.

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Remind yourself of these health benefits if you start to feel guilty about getting massage! 

One of many ways to achieve a state of well being is being well to yourself. Being open to receive is as important as being open to let go. Allow yourself a moment of silence and quietness can reconnect your mind and body. Massage has this key to reconnect. A powerful first step towards well-being…