Forms of Asian Bodywork

June 2015
Massage Magazine;Jun2015, Issue 229, p42
The article offers a description of different forms of Asian bodywork such as Nuad Bo'Rarn, Shiatsu and Macrobiotic Shiatsu. It mentions that Nuad Bo'Rarn is a traditional Thai medical bodywork which uses manual techniques to open up the energy pathways, Shiatsu is manual therapy in Japan that incorporates traditional Chinese medicine and Western anatomy, and while Macrobiotic Shiatsu involves visual, verbal and touch techniques.


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