Everything to Know About Watsu Therapy

WATSU MEDICATION: WHAT IS IT?

The word “watsu” means “water cure”. There are many types of water cures such as hot springs, spring water, mountain stream, river water etc. Some of them have been used for centuries without any side effects or adverse reactions. However there are other kinds of remedies which may cause harm to the body if not properly handled. For example, some of these remedies contain chemicals like chlorine, which can cause skin irritation and even death. Other kinds of water cures do not have any harmful ingredients but they may be too expensive for most people.

WATSU METHODS: HOW TO USE THEM?

There are two main ways to use watsu methods:

1) You can drink the water directly from the source (or source of supply).

This method is called “drinking water” because it is usually done with the purpose of drinking the water. Drinking water is generally considered safe, however it does not provide any health benefits.

2) You can use a device called a “watsu bath”, which consists of soaking yourself in warm water for several hours.

This type of treatment uses the same principles as drinking water but the temperature and duration are much longer than using just plain hot water. Watsu bath also provides benefits similar to drinking water and does not use any harmful ingredients.

WATSU THERAPY: WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?

We all know that we need to stay healthy but most of us don’t really know how to do it. Watsu methods have been proven to be beneficial to the body in many ways. They provide relaxation for the muscles, increase blood flow to vital organs, relieve stress and reduce pain. These methods can even be used to strengthen muscle tone, improve flexibility and increase energy. There are many types of watsu methods but the one thing they all have in common is that they are safe for most people and can be used as a part of your daily routine.

WATSU TREATMENT CENTERS: WHERE TO FIND THEM?

Many people have heard of watsu treatment centers but do not know where to find them. This is because watsu treatment centers can be found in many places where they are needed. For example, some schools have watsu facilities for the students and their parents. There are also watsus in some hospitals that are used to treat patients. In addition, many spas offer watsu techniques to customers who want to relax or have medical conditions. Finally, many people have their own personal watsu facilities so that they can use whenever they want.

Risks of Watsu

WATSU THERAPISTS: WHO ARE THEY?

Watsu is a type of water therapy that can be used by anyone at anytime for whatever reason. People who want to relax may go to watsu centers to soak in a pool for several hours. Other people may use watsu techniques to help improve their health and treat certain medical conditions. Watsu can also be used during pregnancy and birth to increase the comfort of both the mother and the baby.

WATSU AND PREGNANCY: HOW DOES IT HELP?

Watsu has several benefits when it is used during pregnancy. It strengthens muscle tone, increases blood flow, reduces anxiety and eases pain. These benefits are most helpful for women who go through long or difficult labors. Watsu can also be used during labor to provide relief for certain discomforts that may occur.

WATSU AND BIRTH: HOW DOES IT HELP?

Watsu can be used in many ways to make the experience of birth more comfortable. The main use of watsu during birth is to reduce pain, however it can also be used to increase flexibility and strength. This type of therapy can be very beneficial to women who may have had a difficult or traumatic birth experience in the past.

Sources & references used in this article:

Watsu: freeing the body in water by H Dull – 2004 – books.google.com

Applications, indications, and effects of passive hydrotherapy WATSU (WaterShiatsu)—A systematic review and meta-analysis by AM Schitter, J Fleckenstein, P Frei, J Taeymans… – PloS one, 2020 – journals.plos.org

The Complete Spa Manual for Homeowners: A Step-by-step Maintenance and Therapy Guide by D Hardy – 2010 – books.google.com

The Essential Massage Companion: Everything You Need to Know to Navigate Safely Through Today’s Drugs and Diseases by BA Born – 2005 – books.google.com