Sokushindo - Best done after Ganbanyoku
SOKU-SHIN-DO is a word composed of three words: Soku means “point“ Shin“heart” and Do “way”.
Sokushindo uses the meridian points of TCM
The feet have three yin meridians and three yang meridians running through them. The three yin of the foot are: Spleen Liver and Kidney. The three yang are: Stomach, Gall Bladder and Bladder.
What to expect from a SOKUSHINDO session?
The first session is performed a detailed observation of the feet and hands, The first pass or maneuver is Tui or friction element. belonging to the FIRE It is applied to all 6 major meridians of the feet.
Second we apply quick stimulating pressure to discover the pain points in the 5 meridians of the feet. At the points which are algid or painful , TON vibration, is applied combined with ROU, rotation. Its functions, respectively, to inhibit pain, nourish the point, harmonize the yin and yang and detoxify. The patient breathes gently through the nose until the pain is more bearable or disappears.
The manipulation of the affected toes with pressure and mobilization is the characteristic method of this technique The technique is applied first to the left foot and then the right. We finish with pressure limbs three lines from the sural-tibial region: an internal line – spleen an external line – stomach and posterior line – bladder.
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