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Emotional Massage

Rossio (Lisbon) | Historic Center (Porto)
  • 60 mins

    50€

  • 40 mins

    35€

  • 80 mins

    70€

  • 90 mins

    80€

  • 120 mins

    100€

The “Wu Xin An Mo” is known as the massage of the five emotions that is a therapeutic technique based on the principles of traditional Chinese medicine. Use massage as a means or resource to influence human emotions throughout the body, by manipulating muscles, tendons, joints and skin to generate responses of activation, drainage and harmonization of emotions in your body.

 

It consists of five techniques grouped into one. Each of these techniques is related to each of the five Chinese elements or five energies of the Chinese tradition. In addition to the principle of body memory, which says that the body (muscles, tendons, organs, and systems) can keep our emotional experiences being recorded in the form of sensations and these, in turn, will produce changes or activations in biochemical processes of the body; so the five energies to which we refer (water, wood, fire, earth, and metal) are a way of grouping the different aspects of nature, society, body, and human behaviour.

 

To broaden this concept, this figure shows the relationship between the five elements and human psycho-emotionality.

 

Effects of this therapy:
We must emphasize that each person is unique, their psycho-emotional processes being unique, so the therapeutic follow-up during treatment is very important.

 

Post-therapy effects:

Soothing effects:

  • Immediate relaxation
  • A feeling of floating.
  • Pleasant emotional sensations.
  • A feeling of enthusiasm.
  • A feeling of renewal.
  • A feeling of a lot of energy after a while.

Activation effects:

  • Desire to cry.
  • Desire to scream.
  • Desire to move and restlessness.
  • Desire to change everything.
  • Desire to exercise.
  • Desire to change in general.

 

NOTE: It is very important for the patient receiving this therapy to communicate to their therapist what they are feeling during and after therapy to make the most of it.