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Saskatoon Shiatsu Treatment

Christine Knoll, RMT

Christine Knoll, RMT Provides Highly Trained Shiatsu Therapy In Saskatoon. Book In Today To Feel The Differene Shiatsu Masage Can Have On Your Body

What Is Shiatsu?

StoonRMT provides Saskatoon Shiatsu massage therapy. Christine Knoll RMT, relies on the use of the fingers, thumbs and palm to apply pressure to various areas of the body’s surface to help heal common ailments and conditions, and correct imbalances in the body. Pressure applied to points on the body promotes energy flow and corrects disharmonies throughout the patient's body. 

A deeply relaxing experience, Shiatsu helps relieve stress, treat pain and illness, and contributes to a patient's overall health and wellbeing.

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Why Choose Shiatsu @ StoonRMT In Saskatoon?

Boost Your Immune System, Balance Your Energy

Shiatsu works to improve overall health by affecting the internal energy system. Therapy often results in an increased range of motion and improved coordination. Used as either a primary or complementary therapy, Shiatsu combines assisted-stretching techniques and acupressure to restore muscle and bone structure.

Shiatsu regulates the autonomic nervous system activity and stimulates the circulatory, lymphatic and hormonal systems. Poor posture, joint problems, sprains, arthritis, sciatica, acute and chronic neck and back pain, sinusitis, and bronchitis are treatable with Shiatsu.

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What Is Shiatsu Treatment Like?

Saskatoon RMT provides Shiatsu Massage. When performing shiatsu, therapists apply deep pressure using their fingers, thumbs, and/or palms in a continuous sequence. The finger pads are used to apply pressure, and each point is typically held for two to eight seconds.

In some cases, the pressure points stimulated during shiatsu may feel tender. Those receiving shiatsu often describe this tenderness as "good pain," but it's important to alert your therapist if you feel discomfort or pain during your massage. Your therapist can then adjust the pressure to make the massage more comfortable for you.

Shiatsu is typically done on a mat on the floor. Although the sequence is often similar to other types of massage, no massage oil is used, so it is usually done with the client fully-clothed in loose, comfortable clothing.