Ashiatsu Massage

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Ashiatsu Massage and why you need it

Ashiatsu Massage. It kind of sounds like someone sneezing, doesn’t it? But, if you haven’t had it before, Ashiatsu (or Ashi for short) is nothing short of amazing.


Ashiatsu DeepFeet Bar Therapy is a barefoot massage technique in which the therapist delivers deep, broad, consistent pressure while utilizing their feet and body weight. Working with gravity instead of against it, Ashi therapists can provide an effective therapeutic massage without causing pain or discomfort to themselves or the receiving client.


Gravity enables your therapist to deliver up to 3x deeper pressure than with traditional hands-on treatments. Utilizing the broad surface of their foot as their massage tool provides consistent pressure and contours nicely to the body. As a result, clients will enjoy the same extra range of movement and decrease chronic tension relief without enduring painful strokes that a traditional massage might have. So if you’re in the ‘no pain, no gain’ camp and think that bodywork has to hurt to be effective, consider trying an Ashiatsu massage for your next session to see how spectacular it is. Profoundly therapeutic and relaxing all at once.


After only a few treatments, ashiatsu barefoot massage has helped to improve posture and range of motion. It will significantly reduce or eliminate chronic muscle pain and improve bodily functions, which will create a higher sense of balance and well-being within the body. Typically, one treatment a week for upwards of six weeks will produce these kinds of results.


TL/DR: Ashi is magical, and you need to book yourself a session ASAP.


In Good Hands,

Rebecca Tamm, LMT

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