watsu

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watsu

Alternative medicine
A component of bodywork tantra, in which the client is placed in warm water to the chest level while the practitioner rocks and rotates him or her.

Watsu

Treatment performed in a pool of water at body temperature (98°F). The practitioner performs a series of stretches and pressure-point massage on the client to strengthen muscles and increase flexibility.
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" Every treatment we offer has to come from a space of healing and giving, like a grandmother's touch." The water- therapy watsu ( short for water shiatsu) and the hamam, the Middle Eastern bath routine, are the speciality therapies of Six Senses.
Designed to focus on providing deep relaxation, comfort, enhanced balance and emotional freedom, this 4-hour 20 minute session includes a Singing Bowl Massage, Water Shiatsu in a thermal water spa, a yoga lesson and personalised dietary advice.
Let your focus be on Veda Spa, which claims to be among the best in Asia for the sheer number of therapies it offers: apart from the usual treatments and procedures ranging from ayurveda to acupressure, there is NAET (Nambudripad Allergy Elimination Techniques) and water shiatsu.
I shared in her determination to encourage her baby to turn through techniques like Watsu (Water Shiatsu), homeopathy, and massage.