Korean relaxation


In Korea, this Chinese-inspired technique is commonly practiced in family and friendly situations.

It is based on the idea that we our bodies work according to our mental attitudes, and works on calming the mind through the relaxation of the entire musculature.

The receiver, dressed in comfortable clothes, is lying on the ground.

From the foot to the head, the masseur adheres a gentle pressure, stretching and gentle vibrations, propagating different mobilizations throughout the entire body.

Each joint is taken into account in an established order: the toes, ankles, knees, hips, lower back, back, shoulders, elbows, wrists, fingers, chest and finally the head.

A rest period is also devoted to the release of tension in the abdomen and diaphragm to harmonize the digestive and respiratory functions.

The combination of vibration waves affect the joints, deep tissue, as well as each cell of the body.

It is recommended for athletes and those who often experience stress - this relaxation causes an effective release whilst developing the fields of perception and making the body feel lighter.