Oriental massage


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Oriental massage

A general term for massage intended to balance and harmonise the flow of chi (the life force) through meridians (energy pathways). As a group, Oriental massages stimulate the same points stimulated in acupuncture.
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Hong Kong International Airport is soothing the way for weary passengers with the introduction of an oriental massage parlour and a beauty salon.
Acupressure, an ancient Oriental massage technique similar to acupuncture, was developed in China more than 2,000 years ago from the Chinese religion Taoism.
Massage therapy -- Oriental massage consists of various techniques, but is generally characterized by the kneading, or rubbing, of the surface of the body to achieve a therapeutic effect.
For an additional dimension of healthy luxury, all Premier hotels have in-house spas, where guests can enjoy the benefits of marine-based products, Oriental massage techniques, and in-depth relaxation treatments to bring out the best in body and mind.
Police found only one of the five rooms in the Sweet Oriental massage parlour in Dogfield Street, Cathays, Cardiff, was not being used for sex, said prosecutor Michael Matherlees.
Michelle spent six months travelling back and forth to Stephen Mak's Tai Pan Oriental Massage and Spa in Beijing to complete her training while looking into setting up her own business in Teesside.
The pool features a hot mineral spring jacuzzi and cool whirlpool, sauna and aroma steam rooms and 10 luxury treatment rooms, where professionally trained therapists provide different styles of European, Western and Oriental massage, as well as traditional spa therapy treatments such as full body salt scrubs, mud wraps and masks, facials, travel fatigue and body rejuvenating treatments.
At Oriental Massage a half massage would cost pounds 40, full massage pounds 70 with personal service lasting 30 minutes.

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