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Top 20 Acupressure Treatments
Here's our pick for the top acupressure treatment s.

Average for 641 reviews of 33 venues
  1. Anasa Healing

    Anasa Healing

    219 Magill Road, Maylands 5069
    Anasa Healing is a beautiful haven of calmness and healing. It combines acupressure, Swedish massage, remedial massage, reflexology and relaxation techniques.
    Next available: Wed, 14 of Apr
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  2. Sansiri


    83 Bay Street, Port Melbourne 3207
    Sansiri is a high quality Thai massage and day spa facility in the heart of Port Melbourne offering premium massage and facial treatments by highly qualified therapists.
    Next available: Today 12:30 PM
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  3. Lowood Natural Therapies

    Lowood Natural Therapies

    81 Main Street, Lowood 4311
    Lowood Natural Therapies offers affordable remedial, relaxation or hot stone massage to soothe your aches and pains. Re-balance your body and mind with Reiki.
    Next available: Wed, 14 of Apr
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  4. Serenity By Sassy

    Serenity By Sassy

    421 Church Street, Richmond 3121
    Serenity by Sassy on Church Street in Richmond is your ideal destination for a revitalising massage treatment from experienced professionals.
    Next available: Wed, 14 of Apr
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  5. Xallini Day Spa

    Xallini Day Spa

    402 Hampton Street, Hampton 3188
    Step into a spa oasis with Xallini Day Spa invite. Indulge in luxurious hair, beauty and massage treatments including remedial, deep tissue and aromatherapy.
    Next available: Wed, 14 of Apr
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  6. Jung Shim

    Jung Shim

    112 Pacific Highway, North Sydney 2060
    To begin your life-changing journey towards positive enlightenment, book your consultation with Jung Shim on Pacific Highway in North Sydney today.
    Next available: Today 3:45 PM
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  7. Tao Massage - Pentridge

    Tao Massage - Pentridge

    T02 / 1 Champ Street, Coburg 3058
    For authentic traditional Chinese relaxation oil massage treatments in Pentridge, look no further than the professional massage therapists at Tao Massage.
    Next available: Today 2:45 PM
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  8. Tao Massage - Keysborough

    Tao Massage - Keysborough

    Shop 15 / 468 Cheltenham Road, Keysborough 3173
    Need to unwind? Look no further than Tao Massage on Cheltenham Road in Keysborough: your go-to destination for a revitalising and rejuvenating massage.
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  9. Anmo Massage Therapy

    Anmo Massage Therapy

    127 High Street, Kew 3101
    Anmo Massage specialises in sports massage, pregnancy massage, pre-event massage, injury rehabilitation, and Chinese medicine acupuncture.
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  10. Forest Day Spa

    Forest Day Spa

    325 Sydney Road, Brunswick 3056
    Forest Day Spa offers a luxurious range of traditional Chinese massage and beauty selections. Enjoy acupuncture, cupping, or luscious eyelash extensions.
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  11. Orchard Road Nail & Beauty

    Orchard Road Nail & Beauty

    231 Lygon Street, Carlton 3053
    Discover the beautiful modern salon at Orchard Road Nail & Beauty. The expert staff are committed to providing premium service in a calming, tranquil space.
    Next available: Wed, 14 of Apr
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  12. Bill Horton's Healing Massage and Homeopathy

    Bill Horton's Healing Massage and Homeopathy

    37 Coral Fern Drive, Cooroibah 4565
    Bill Horton's Healing Massage and Homeopathy is a truly gifted healer. Bill's services include Sports, Remedial, Hot Stone Massage, Reflexology, and Shiatsu.
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  13. Le Beau Monde

    Le Beau Monde

    1/60 Hardware Ln, Melbourne CBD 3000
    Le Beau Monde offers a tranquil and relaxing environment by incorporating smooth jazz or classical music into massages, waxes, eyebrow art, facials and more.
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  14. Capri Beauty Salon

    Capri Beauty Salon

    Shop 142, Level 1 (located in the Atrium), Main Beach 4217
    Capri Beauty Salon offers the latest beauty techniques, including electrolysis. Owner, Tina, also offers waxing, facials, mani, pedi, and microdermabrasion.
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  15. Life Essence Natural Therapies and Counsel

    Life Essence Natural Therapies and Counsel

    27 City Road, Beenleigh 4207
    Life Essence Natural Therapies and Counsel provide wellness therapies such as massage, acupuncture, counselling, naturopathy and floatation therapy.
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  16. Tao Massage - Dandenong

    Tao Massage - Dandenong

    225 / 23-55 McCrae Street (2nd Level), Dandenong 3175
    Tao Massage on McCrae Street in Dandenong is the ideal space to kick back, relax, and indulge in a traditional Chinese massage. Book online now.
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  17. E and G Day Spa

    E and G Day Spa

    407 Whitehorse Rd, , Balwyn 3103
    Specialising in Chinese Medicine, E and G Day Spa also offers the best Acupressure Massage, including Head Massage, which can be combined with Ear Candling.
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  18. Ocean Blue Day Spa

    Ocean Blue Day Spa

    148 Hopkins Street, Footscray 3011
    From full body massage to traditional Chinese acupressure, detoxification and cupping; this is your go-to destination for quality massage treatments.
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  19. Tao Massage - Knox

    Tao Massage - Knox

    Shop 1032 / 425 Burwood Highway, Wantirna South 3152
    Whether your muscles are sore or you’ve simply had a stressful week, book an appointment at Tao Massage on Burwood Highway in Wantirna South today.
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    Green Massage & Spa

    Green Massage & Spa

    17 / 313 Victoria St (Inside The Hive Shopping Centre), Abbotsford 3067
    Ideally located inside The Hive Shopping Centre in Abbotsford, treating yourself to a luxurious massage has never been easier, with Green Massage & Spa.
    15% off selected services
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Most people describe acupressure as similar to acupuncture but without the needles. This traditional Chinese bodywork method is based on the same principles and can help with many different ailments.

Instead of needles Acupressure uses physical pressure on different pressure points on the surface of the body. This may be done by hand, elbow or some other device. The method works by improving the balance and circulation of fluids (blood, lymph) and metabolic energies in the body (heat, qi).

Chinese Philosophy

Developed more than 5,000 years ago, Acupressure is an important aspect of Asian medicine. The pressure points follow specific channels, called meridians. Chinese philosophy says activation of these points with needles or pressure can improve blood flow, release tension and unblock energy.

Acupressure certainly falls into the realm of alternative therapies as many Western doctors doubt the existence of qi and meridians. Interesting, then, that they have been written and talked about for thousands of years.

The treatment is even said to reduce the signs of ageing by lessening wrinkles and sagging without drugs or surgery. You will often see Acupressure offered as part of a Chinese beauty treatment.

Many Benefits

Acupressure can treat many conditions, including pain, muscle tension, stress and anxiety, nausea and vomiting, headaches, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, even addiction recovery and learning disorders.

When you attend your Acupressure appointment you will most likely be asked to lie down. Treatment may be combined with key exercises such as tai chi or qi gong. The length of the sessions varies from 45 to 90 minutes.

Acupressure can easily be integrated into a massage. In fact, Shiatsu Massage is a style of acupressure therapy.

Trigger Points

Acupressure massage may target local points or trigger points. Local points are the actual areas where you are experiencing the pain or discomfort. Trigger points are those connected to the points of the body experiencing pain or discomfort. By working with both the therapist aims to relieve the pain and improve the condition.

The Chinese believe that when our meridians are unblocked, and our energy flows freely, our overall health will be greatly improved. There are 14 main channels, so it's all about balancing our mind, body and soul.

Whilst there are some DIY Acupressure techniques you can try for general wellness, it's better to see a professional for specific treatment. Trained therapists use their knowledge to target individual disorders and diseases in patients.

Deeply Relaxing

For example, to treat issues ranging from asthma to lower back pain, the practitioner would most likely use the Kidney Channel (KI3, Taixi), which sits just behind the inner ankle. The Gallbladder Channel (GB20, Fengchi) can be found at the base of the skull. Applying pressure to this point may help a variety of ailments, from the common cold to high blood pressure.

Acupressure offers many benefits. In addition to treating specific disorders it is also deeply relaxing, can improve sleep and may help reduce digestive issues.

The treatment stimulates the body's circulatory, lymphatic and hormonal systems, helping the body to heal itself.

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Acupressure is not as invasive as it may sound. You remain dressed and should opt for comfortable, loose-fitting clothing. Much like a massage, you will be asked to take slow, deep breaths, especially as pressure is applied. Visualisation is often used to help you relax.

You are unlikely to feel pain, just pressure as the areas are treated. If you are uncomfortable tell your therapist immediately so that the pressure can be adjusted.

On the whole Acupressure is a very safe therapy that can be used at any age. However, if you are pregnant or suffer from high blood pressure it's advisable to check with your doctor first.

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