Stephanie Campbell - acupuncture and bodywork


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Shiatsu is a Japanese, non-invasive physical therapy designed to stimulate the body's inherent ability to heal itself. It is rooted in ancient Chinese healing, and is founded upon similar principles to acupuncture.

While literally meaning 'finger pressure', shiatsu involves the use of hands, thumbs and elbows to manipulate the body using various techniques. Pressure is adjusted to the client's comfort level and can range from light and gentle to strong and vigorous.

Treatments directly address the parasympathetic nervous system (PNS). When we feel calm and relaxed, sleep is improved and we feel less pain. The goal of shiatsu is to improve body functions, prevent illness and promote overall health and well-being.