|Asian Bodywork Therapy
“Asian Bodywork Therapy” and “Massage Therapy” are indeed two different things. There has been much debate between professionals and professional organizations about what techniques, philosophies and descriptions cross over from one modality to the other and where certain seperations lie. “Bodywork” is a general term that applies to a vast group of manual manipulation forms.
The Foot is the second heart of the human body. Plantar itching can explain higher sensitivity along meridians experienced in other parts of the body. A daily foot bath can not only keep your feet clean, but also smooth qi and provide a nourishing vigor and anti-aging qualities, enhance metabolism, improve resistance to external pathogens, and prevent chapping, chilblains, athlete's foot and other foot disease.
||Ear Candle Therapy
The effect after treatment is a soothing, pressure and pain relieving sensation, mainly in the ear and head regions. Clearer nasal breathing and an improved sense of smell (even when the nose was blocked before treatment) are often experienced, as well as a wonderful relaxed feeling, a deep sensation of secuirty and a feeling of happiness are often experienced
|The American Organization for Bodywork Therapies of Asia
Organized for the Purpose of Creating Positive Change
Acupoints & Qi Meridians
Promoting Eastern Philosophical Approaches to Health and Well-Being With Asian Bodywork Therapy (ABT)
ABT promotes, maintains, and restores physical, emotional, mental, energetic, and spiritual health by treating the human electromagnetic field as it is understood within the "Qi and Meridian" principles of Chinese Medicine, through various assessments, treatment strategies, and bodywork techniques.
||Chinese Medicine + Therapeutic Bodywork = Asian Bodywork Therapy
Asian Bodywork Therapy (ABT）Acupressure
Qi (Traditional Thai)
Five Element Shiatsu
Integrative Eclectic Shiatsu
Shiatsu Anma Therapy