Amatsu Balance

An Amatsu Balance starts with a medical history, and a thorough assessment, to rule out any red flags and contraindications to your Amatsu session.

The assessment includes a postural check, and measuring range of motion of limbs and joints. Pain levels are noted, and goals are set. A range of manual muscle tests and orthopaedic tests guide the practitioner to the appropriate Amatsu techniques. 

Amatsu Therapy uses a range of techniques including fascia and soft tissue work, massage and mobilisation. 

The client usually remains fully clothed throughout the session.

Amatsu Practitioners are trained to give after-care advice to clients, for example:

  • Correct physical posture whilst walking, standing, sitting and lying
  • Improving eating habits
  • Counteracting emotional stresses