Chinese Massage Exeter

New 27th of May 2019

Chinese Massage Exeter

Heavitree Health Spa

We give the personal touch at our spa in Exeter. Chinese massage Exeter have a team of highly motivated and skilled masseuses. We offer many therapies, delivered by experts including deep tissue and reflexology.

We also offer massage by the very best specialists. Our salon is recently decorated and we have a private shower facility to freshen up before or after your massage. We will make you very welcome just like we have many other satisfied clients, so please join us at Chinese Massage Exeter

Heavitree Health Spa

Parking: There is free parking 1 hr in co-op opposite, ample parking in the car park, at Gordons behind the shop.

Our Chinese team are all female. We are a new shop and have completely decorated, so you will enjoy our clean and pleasant surroundings. All our therapists are qualified to practice by TCM. We use best quality massage oils and scents

New Decor
Phone now 07727288112
66 Fore Street, Heavitree, Exeter EX1 2RR
Open 9:30am to 9:30pm Monday – Sunday
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What to Expect from  Your Session

Both tui na and zhi ya sessions typically last more than a half hour. and can take up to an hour or more. Talk with your therapist before the session to establish appropriate communication and trust. It is advised to first discuss your health history and goals, and it may also be beneficial to find out which techniques your practitioner will use.

Your practitioner will allow you privacy to disrobe and drape a sheet over yourself before your session. You always have the option to wear what you are most comfortable in during a session.

Chinese massage practitioners may be more likely than other massage therapists to encourage talking during your massage. Not only does this provide them with feedback and increase your comfort, it may also help you release emotions that arise during the session.

Your Chinese massage therapist will likely work on your jin. This soft tissue connects the body and can affect the flow of chi. Practitioners also typically work on xue (acupoints), which connect the body’s various organs via the meridian system. In Chinese medicine the meridian system is a distribution network that resembles a web and links the body’s various parts together.

Some Chinese massage techniques bear similarities to Western massage, like pressing, squeezing, and kneading. However, your practitioner may also knead, knuckle, and gently pluck your soft tissue. Your practitioner may even employ hammering and vibrating methods.

Chinese massage, with its wide range of treatments, thousands of years of tradition, offers the benefit of improved health and an overall sense of greater well-being to many.

References:

  1. Arellano, V. (2015). What is Chinese massage? Retrieved from http://www.livestrong.com/article/119168-chinese-massage/
  2. Braverman, J. (2013). Chinese massage benefits. Retrieved from http://www.livestrong.com/article/123084-benefits- chinese-massage/
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