Tactile Responsiveness Therapy – Tibetan Massage – is a system of massage which is tailored to the specific needs of the individual. It works with the entire system; mind, body and the subtle or energetic body. It takes into account the challenges of daily life and the affects that stress, illness and injury can have on mind as well as the physical form. This system of therapy can be helpful to a wide spectrum of people; whether you are athletic and wanting to enhance recovery or someone dealing with an injury, other forms of discomfort or simply needing to relax.
Techniques Used – Sang-gyé has over 20 years experience massaging people from all walks of life and levels of fitness and health. Tactile Responsiveness Therapy utilises various massage techniques, stretching, movement and even some exercises may be taught and prescribed.
What to Expect – Your first treatment will include a consultation where your history needs and goals will be thoroughly discussed. This session usually lasts about 90 minutes.
What to Wear – Clothing can be worn; usually the best attire is loose, comfortable garments or simple sportswear. Massage with oil or lotion is also an option.
For the athletic:
- Improve range of motion and muscle flexibility for improved power and performance.
- Prevention of future injury and loss of mobility.
- Restore mobility to injured muscle tissues.
- Maximise supply of nutrients & oxygen through increased blood flow.
- Enhance elimination of metabolic by products.
For those who need relief from:
- Pain and stiffness.
- Back pain & sciatica.
- Sport Injuries.
- Fibromyalgia & Lupus.
History This form of therapy comes from the Ling Gésar tradition, connected to the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism. (For more about Ling Gésar: http://naturalheroism.com)
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