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“Ashiatsu, as the spa menu tells me, comes from the Japanese word "ashi" which means feet, and shiatsu, which means "massage.”
“Yes, Japanese also has the same word, 'ashi' 足 for leg/foot.”
“Local pain is treated by needling the tender "ashi" points where qi or Blood is believed to have stagnated.”
“* Palpation includes feeling the body for tender "ashi" points, and palpation of the left and right radial pulses at two levels of pressure (superficial and deep) and three positions Cun, Guan, Chi (immediately proximal to the wrist crease, and one and two fingers 'breadth proximally, usually palpated with the index, middle and ring fingers).”
“And Hisanori Takah ashi sure would deliver some necessary depth to the bullpen if the Mets could afford to move him back there.”
“Leaving an access history trail (ashi-ato) became troublesome”
“Also, the word for finger is 'yubi' (指), leaving the term for toe as 'ashi no yubi' (足の指), or, again, "foot finger.”
“That's great, ashi gives you lots of pressure without pain," she says.”
“Somehow, I thought, it all goes back to those trusty daikon ashi, which served millions of peasants well back in Meiji Japan.”
“Most Japanese Americans 40 or older understand the term, daikon ashi.”
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