What is Yumeiho therapy:

Yumeiho manual therapy, as a modern method, represents a combination of traditional oriental techniques of massage which along with the manual system of treatment include two components which take turns and complement one another.

The first contains the methods of squeezing and pressure, and their aim is to soften and relax of the soft tissues. The other component contains the method of adjusting the bone-joint structures. Yumeiho is based on “the principle of feed-back“. If the soft tissues soften and relax, it is easier to fix bones and joints into the right position, and vice versa, if the bones and joints are fixed into the correct and functional position, muscles and tendons are pulled out of the tightened position.

The basic theoretical tenet of Yumeiho manual therapy is “the theory of the balance of the body“. It is usually considered that every leg equally holds the balance between halves of the body, but in reality, is this really so? People do not have the weight of their body equally separated between two legs. The imbalance often occurs already at birth, both to the mother and to the child.

On the basis of research done in the International Institute of Preventive Medicine in Tokyo in 1990 it has been proven that the improper position of mother's pelvic belt causes the same anomaly at the child during birth. It is therefore important to correct the pelvic region of the future mother, in order to avoid undesired consequences, and prevent the similar imbalance to the same structures in the child. According to Yumeiho theory the most important cause of the loss of bodily balance is the movement of the bone-joint-muscle structures of the pelvic region. This significantly denotes the bones of the pelvis, imbalance of which leads to the deviation of the spine and deformation of hip bones. During the movement of the bone-joint-muscle structures of the pelvic region, one leg usually becomes visibly “longer“ then the other, and drags along with it an uneven degree of the muscle tightening in the given part and causally in the rest of the body. This imbalance, beside reflecting into the static of the body, reflects onto the functionality of the whole organism and can be a cause of various illnesses. Theory, and the practice, of Yumeiho manual therapy is based on the fact that over 95% of people have a improperly lodged pelvis.

Therefore, the main aim of Yumeiho manual therapy is the correction of the position of the pelvic bones, sacrum and coccyx and hip joints, the proper lodging of the spine and the unloading of the soft tissues, in order to activate the autotherapeutic forces of the organism.

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