Touch for Health and Well- Being
Jasmine Vishanu, is now offering the most elegant and most powerful Kundalini Massage
Techniques. Release stress due to being in the present moment. Release situations, trauma
and conflicts which are not understood, because there is no time to fix them. All of this can
cause creative energy blocks manifested as stress, muscle soreness, stiffness, spasms and
The Kundalini Massage Techniques
Developed by Jasmine who is fully able to see where the energy blocks
inside a client are and to slowly tune her energy to the great power
of Kundalini Healing which helps her express deeper levels
of healing. Jasmine combines a variety of scientifically and empirically
developed massage techniques and uses the Kundalini
Energy to heal deep parts of energy blocks caused by stress and
past traumas that are stored in the deeper tissues of the body. The
Kundalini massage technique is applied by the massage therapist who
has learned to prepare themselves with a very deep connection to the
great method of the Ulterior
Kundalini Healing. In order to facilitate healing, the practitioner
works with the intention of positively affecting health and well being.
The techniques include holding, causing movement, and/or applying
pressure through stroking the body in a series of actions that are
systematic and rhythmic in nature.
By increasing your proprioceptive awareness (awareness of the body’s
sensations from within) you will improve your ability to express
the effects of conventional therapy and treatment. Greater ability
to advocate for yourself during an illness will mean better compliance
with whatever treatment plan you and your physician agree upon.
The Kundalini massage technique is a new
art of massage which is rapidly gaining respect as a therapeutic tool
that can help a wide variety of physical and psychological conditions
in achieving a greater level of bodily and functional awareness, requiring
that the masseuse be in the present moment
To release deep blocks, stress, relieve muscle soreness,
stiffness, spasms and pain.
Here is a brief sampling of scientific studies
supporting the benefits of massage in a diverse group of diseases
which is based on the information of touch.
- Children with mild to moderate juvenile rheumatoid arthritis
who were massaged by their parents fifteen minutes a day for one
month experienced less anxiety and a decrease in their levels
of the stress hormone, cortisol, when compared to a control group
practicing relaxation therapy. both the incidence and severity
of pains were also reduced.
- A group of premenstrual syndrome(PMS)sufferers was randomly assigned to receive either massage or relaxation therapy. Immediately after the massage sessions , the women experienced a decrease in pain and anxiety, and a lifting of their moods. By the end of the study, the massage therapy group reported a reduction in menstrual distress symptoms such as pain and water retention, when compared to the control group.
- Young children with atopic dermatitis were massaged 20 minutes
daily for 30 days by their parents. The children's mood and activity
level immediately improved after massage, and their parents' anxiety
decreased as well. Over the one-month period, the massaged children
improved on all chinical measures including redness, scaling,
lichenification, excoriation and infection, while the control
group only improved on scaling.
Ken Wilbur, the noted transpersonal therapist, wrote that few
of us have lost our minds, but most of us have long ago lost our bodies.
Massage re-establishes this internal communication by overcoming our
disconnection from our body and feelings. All the different types
of massage attempt to re-educate the body tissue through manipulation
or positioning of the tissue. The increased movement and structural
changes in your body that occur through manipulation enhance energy
flow and release emotional tensions that may be the cause of physical
First and foremost, massage is a method of sensory-motor training,
rather than a procedure or treatment, as practiced in modern Western
medicine. Massage generates a flow of both old and new sensory information.
The beauty of massage is that nothing is added or removed. The massage
therapist is not an interventionist in the classical sense, he or
she acts more as a facilitator.
All human beings are born with the need for touch. Research has identified
what we always knew instinctively: We thrive on touch from infancy
through childhood to adolescence. Therapeutic touching and massage
create the bricks and mortar to sustain healthy growth, social and
psychological balance throughout development, and maturity into old
age. We can all benefit from the therapeutic effects found in the
structured touch of massage.
Therapeutic massage is no longer perceived strictly as a luxury. It
is fast becoming a popular therapy to help cope with the loss of time
and quality in life that gets expressed in our home—our bodies.