Since ancient times, oriental relaxation techniques have been used not only for the prevention and treatment of all kinds of ailments, but also for prolonging youth, relieving tension and relaxing. The culture of the East and its teachings are associated with the flow and distribution of energy throughout the body. If the flow of energy is disturbed, then the state of health worsens and the disease develops. In addition to qigong and yoga, which are especially honored in eastern countries, relaxation techniques are also widely used. Among the subspecies of oriental relaxation, there are three main ones: Thai, Indian and Chinese.
Thai relaxation is based on stretching, twisting and affecting the joints. A session of Thai relaxation takes place lying on a couch, the patient is in loose clothing that does not interfere with the movements of the master. By influencing the points on the body, the wizard starts the recovery processes. Balinese relaxation is also popular, unlike Thai, it is more contact, since the patient is without clothes. The duration of a session of such relaxation is usually 1-2 hours.
Indian, or Ayurvedic, relaxation is used to balance the work of the whole organism. Before the session, the specialist diagnoses the patient's condition and selects oils for relaxation. Then the oil is gently rubbed into the skin, which has a beneficial effect on blood circulation in the body. After warming up, the master proceeds to direct point relaxation, which lasts for one and a half to two hours.
Chinese relaxation requires special qualifications; only a person with a medical education can do it. The master, with his movements, launches the flow of energy in the patient's body, freeing it from blocks and activating especially important points. This is the oldest relaxation technique that appeared over a thousand years ago.
In addition to the traditional techniques listed above, many salons also offer foot relaxation and erotic oriental relaxation. Truly good masters who know oriental techniques, highly spiritual people who honor the principles of Buddhism.