Month: November 2013

The technique of the TSUBO in Shiatsu massage.
(32) Sho-sho [ Lung Meridian #11 ]
Location: On outside of the thumb, 1/10 inch to the base of the nail.
Technique: Press the TSUBO inward 10-15 seconds, three times. Do not put strong pressure all at once, but rather slowly increase your fingers pressure.
For: Cough, Sore throat, Painful breathing.


Finding the TSUBO (31) in Shiatsu Massage
*The technique of the TSUBO in Shiatsu massage.
(31) Chi-so [ Stomach Meridian #4 ]
Location: On the line directly below the pupils (the center of the eyes), parallel to the corner of the mouth.
Technique: Press the TSUBO inward 10-15 seconds, three times. Do not put strong pressure all at once, but rather slowly increase your fingers pressure.
For: Facial tension, Facial pain, Toothache.

The technique of the TSUBO in Shiatsu massage.
(30) Kei-mon [ Gallbladder Meridian #25 ]
Location: Just below the twelfth rib on the back, toward the side of the torso.
Technique: Press the TSUBO inward 10-15 seconds, three times. Do not put strong pressure all at once, but rather slowly increase your fingers pressure.
For: Stomach ache, Digestive problems, Vomiting.


The technique of the TSUBO in Shiatsu massage.
(29) Jitsu-getsu [ Gallbladder Meridian #24 ]
Location: Below the nipple, between seventh and eighth ribs.
Technique: Press the TSUBO inward 10-15 seconds, three times. Do not put strong pressure all at once, but rather slowly increase your fingers pressure.
For: Gallbladder ailments.

The technique of the TSUBO in Shiatsu massage.
(28) Nai-kan [ Pericardium Meridian #6 ]
Location: On the forearm, 3 fingers above the wrist hold, in between the two tendons in the wrist.
Technique: Press the TSUBO inward 10-15 seconds, three times. Do not put strong pressure all at once, but rather slowly increase your fingers pressure.
For: Nausea, Insomnia, Vomiting, Chest pain, Palpitation.