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Réouverture de votre salon de massage AN-MO

Madame, Monsieur,

Toute l’équipe AN-MO se joint à moi pour espérer, avant toute chose, que vous vous portez bien ainsi que vos proches et que l’épreuve du confinement n’a pas été trop pénible.

Nous vous faisons part de la réouverture le 18 mai.

Le respect de votre santé ainsi que celle de notre équipe est prioritaire. Pour se faire nous mettons en place divers mesures sanitaires.

- Votre venue pourra se faire uniquement sur rendez-vous téléphonique au 0185770089.

- Chaque personne de notre équipe sera présente par roulement journalier de 12 heures à 20 heures tous les jours pour vous accueillir individuellement afin d’éviter qu’aucun de vous ne se croise.

- Un laps de temps de 30 minutes sera nécessaire entre chaque prestation afin d’effectuer une désinfection des zones contacts.

- Les cabines de soins seront utilisées par roulement.

- Un gel hydro alcoolique sera mis à votre disposition à l’entrée.

- Le port du masque est obligatoire. Nous vous en proposerons un dès votre venue. Notre équipe sera évidemment protégée lors des prestations.

- Aucun massage du visage sera pratiqué.

Nous vous souhaitons un déconfinement en toute sérénité.

Bien à vous.

An Mo 

An mo (按摩) means massage in Chinese.
The massagean mo is a Chinese specificity that takes into account the meridians and acupuncture points of the body, it is part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). It would act on reflex zones to tone and stimulate the body and mind. Its objective is to circulate and rebalance the energies.
The Anmo was created around 1300 BC. AD in the center of China, in the ancient capital of China, in Luoyang (Henan).

The six energies

The six climatic energies refer to wind, heat, lukewarmness, drought, cold and humidity. According to the Shiowen Jiezi Han Dynasty dictionary, the six energies are the expression of the dynamic transformation Yin and Yang in Heaven.

Traditional theory

According to Chinese tradition, the living being, and here more specifically man, is an organization resulting from the combination of matter - the physical or physical body - of yin nature, and of energy - which animates matter - of nature Yáng. The harmonious balance between these two components determines the state of health. Perturbations of this balance are responsible for the disease. The energy circulates in particular along ducts called meridians, and, from these meridians, spreads throughout the body to infuse its vitalising principle (yáng) to all the constituents of the organism. It has a certain correspondence with the blood, which itself circulates in vessels and spreads throughout the body to irrigate it from its yin principle. The equilibrium of the human organism must always be evaluated in relation to that of its environment and cycles that will rhythm its evolution, cycles with which it must remain in harmony and whose material correspondences (the five elements: Wood , Fire 火, Earth 土, Metal 金, Water 水) will serve as a reference point for the acupuncturist to establish his diagnosis and treatment, according to subtle rules that originate in Taoism.

The energy (Qi)

Movement and its perturbation princeps will be the hindrance to movement: blockage. The energy blocked in a region of the material body accumulates upstream of the blockage, while the regions downstream of the blockage will be in energy deficit. In the presence of a state of pathology thus described, it is sought to establish a diagnosis by looking for the levels at which the energy is blocked, and what is the reason for the blockage, and then to apply a treatment that removes the blockage and corrects the reason for this Blocking.

Our massages

 

Our Timetables

10H30 - 20H30
Monday to Saturday

 

12H00 - 20H30
The Sunday

Address

15 rue du Bouloi 75001 Paris
Metro: Les Hallé, Louvre, Bourse

Contact

Tel. 1: 01 85 77 00 89
Tel. 2: 09 86 48 49 50
Tel. 3: 09 86 48 49 53
Email: [email protected]