Acupressure Massage

The acupressure massage proceeds similarly to a normal massage for the most part. Specific points on the body are massaged with light to medium pressure with the hands, sometimes with the help of objects. Acupressure can be applied while sitting, standing, or lying down. Mostly, however, one lies either on a mat or a massage table, where one is not unclothed, in contrast to other massages, but rather wears light, comfortable clothing. The masseur manipulates acupressure points on the entire body with pressure so that built-up blockades are eliminated and the Qi can flow again. Sometimes stretches are included in the acupressure massage.