Soothing Asian Massages In London
It’s no secret that Asia is the source of most massage techniques and philosophies.
There’s a reason why an Asian massage in London is the best gift you can give yourself.
Some of these massages have histories going back thousands of years.
Not only are they tried and true, but they're based on age-old philosophical and spiritual principles.
Why does Asia produce so many fantastic massages?
What is the connection between Asia and massage therapy?
To understand this, we need to make a quick comparison between Eastern and Western religions.
Western religions typically vilify sexuality. While sex after marriage is generally permitted, it is viewed merely as a means to an end – procreation. Premarital sex is viewed as a major sin.
Many Eastern philosophies expound on different ways to uplift the ecstasy inherent in sexuality.
This is also indicative of how Eastern philosophies view physicality.
They do not see it as a source of sinful temptation and lust, but as the most powerful tool for finding purpose and meaning.
For this reason, ancient medicine thrived in the East. Physical healing was given importance, and massage therapy is one of the many offshoots.
The earliest massage techniques go back thousands of years, and it has long been one of the staples of Asian culture.
The Best Asian Massages In London (and their health benefits)
Of course, the term “Asian massage” is therefore very broad.
Some go back thousands of years and are indispensable to a balanced body. Others are cheap knockoffs.
Here are some of the best Asian massages In London and their health benefits.
If you've been to Thailand, the word “massage” is probably ingrained in your consciousness. It is a staple of Thai culture.
Unlike other massages, Thai massage involves the body being compressed, pulled, stretched and rocked, rather than pressed.
It relieves muscle strain, relaxes you, improves circulation, and provides a sense of well-being.
Indian Head Massage:
Similar to reflexology, Indian head massage focuses on one part of the body but works on it holistically.
It is especially beneficial for people who suffer from migraines, tinnitus, and mental illnesses such as depression.
It improves blood flow and circulation in the head, and relieves tension caused by physical and mental stressors.
Shiatsu, meaning “finger pressure” is a form of Japanese bodywork.
The therapist will use her thumbs, fingers, and palms on Shiatsu points throughout the body to enhance natural healing.
It can be used as a complement to Western medicine.
Chinese Tui Na Massage:
Tui Na uses Chinese taoist principles to open up the body’s defensive Qi (pronounced chi) to get the energy moving in the meridians and muscles.
The practitioner uses her hands to brush, knead, roll, press, and rub the areas between each of the joints. It is used to harmonise the body, which improves general health and well-being.
Many erotic massages too.
The four listed above our regular massage, however if you want to try something a little more on the sensual side we have the right session for you.
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