Japanese Ashiatsu Massage
In Japanese, Ashiatsu means “foot pressure”. In this massage, the therapist uses their bare feet instead of hands to “walk on the back” with support and balance from roof bars.
This method allows the therapist to apply about three times the pressure of the regular Therapeutic Massage on the back to target deeper tissues. The feet also cover a larger surface area than the hands, which allows the therapist to make broader movements on the body. The Ashiatsu Massage offers deep, broad compressions and longer lasting therapeutic effects.