American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A form of therapeutic massage in which pressure is applied with the thumbs and palms to those areas of the body used in acupuncture. Also called acupressure.
- n. treatment of symptoms by applying pressure with the fingers to specific pressure points on the body
- From Japanese 指圧 (shiatsu). Literally "finger pressure". (Wiktionary)
- Short for Japanese shiatsuryōhō : shi, finger + atsu-, pressure + ryōhō, treatment. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“She was doing shiatsu, which is a type of massage that concentrates on relieving blocked energy from the body.”
“Had my mobile phone not been removed on arrival, I would have called my shiatsu man and told him what I thought about the "physical benefits".”
“As to asking permission, the "shiatsu" guy said yes too.”
“Massage therapies such as shiatsu, Swedish and others have been shown to reduce stress, increase awareness and induce relaxation.”
“Well, one company thinks so highly of the practice that they're willing to sell you a device that will perform a 'shiatsu' finger massage for the cool price of $2,000.”
“This technique is very different from traditional shiatsu, which is somewhat painful.”
“Health Centre it's a centre where they run classes in yoga and shiatsu and dancing, 5 rhythms, belly dancing, tai chi, everything so if I get bored ... er ... no”
“So at four in the morning, I went into the "massage room" and fell asleep while receiving a very decorous shiatsu massage by a man who kept reminding me to make sure my kimono was tightly shut.”
“Acupuncture, shiatsu massage and yoga are worth a try; they help some women feel more settled and relaxed.”
“Parliamentarians, by contrast, can receive reimbursements for services such as orthodontics, "therapeutic" shiatsu massages and visits to thermal baths.”
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