When combined with Reiki energy, Swedish and DO-IN massage create a unique and holistic therapeutic experience. Here's an overview of each element:

  1. Swedish Massage:

Technique: It's known for its gentle, flowing gliding, pressing, and rotating motions on the outer layers of muscle tissue.

  • The method often includes the use of oils or lotions for smooth movements.

  • Benefits: Swedish massage is primarily aimed at relaxation and improving blood circulation. It can also relieve muscle tension, increase oxygen levels in the blood, and improve flexibility.

  1. DO-IN Massage:

Background: DO-IN is a type of self-massage rooted in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and often associated with Shiatsu. This technique includes exerting force on particular areas of the body.

  • She is stretching and breathing exercises.

  • Focus: The goal is to enhance the flow of Qi (vital energy) in the body, balance the meridians (energy pathways), and improve overall health.

  1. Reiki Energy:

  • Principles: Reiki originated in Japan as a form of energy healing.

  • The idea is that the energy flows through us and Keeps us in life.

  • Application: In Reiki, the practitioner places their hands lightly on or just above the person to facilitate their healing response—the life energy flowing through the Reiki practitioner stops in the recipient.

Combining These Techniques:
  • Holistic Approach: Integrating Swedish massage with DO-IN under the influence of Reiki energy creates a comprehensive treatment that addresses physical, energetic, and emotional well-being.

  • Session Flow: A session might start with Swedish massage techniques to relax the body and muscles. This is followed by DO-IN self-massage procedures, focusing on pressure points and energy flow.

  • Reiki Energy Integration: The practitioner can incorporate Reiki throughout the session, channelling energy and enhancing the therapeutic experience. This can deepen the state of relaxation and promote healing on an energetic level.

  • Tailored Experience: These techniques can be tailored to the individual's needs, focusing on areas that require more attention or a specific type of healing.