At our spa, we believe in relaxation. Our staffs will be away for a weekend retreat this weekend on 4/12-4/14. Business will resume on Monday, 4/15. Thank you!
(734) 981- 6880  44254 Cherry Hill Rd, Canton, MI, 48187

Luxury Asian Healing Spa, specilizing in Professionl Asian Body Work Therapy, Massage, Accupressure, Cupping and Spa Services

Approved by Canton Charter Township, We are NOW offering traditional Asian Massage Service!!! 

Frequently Asked Questions


What is Asian Massage bodywork therapy? How is it related to traditional Chinese medicine?

“Asian bodywork massage therapy,” also called ABT, is a term used to describe a wide range of manual (and sometimes mechanical) treatments to the human body. As with most forms of Asian healing, Asian bodywork therapy treats not just the body, but a person’s mind and spirit, and helps one achieve optimal health on a variety of levels.

All forms of ABT involve touching to some degree. Some forms are more comprehensive than others. Some therapies involve only light touching on various pressure points or regions of the body; others may involve specific motions along specific parts of the body at specific times, and may include the use of herbs, applications of cold and heat, and stretching.

When performing Asian bodywork, a practitioner will first assess a patient’s condition before determining a proper form of care. Most assessments are based on traditional Chinese medicine principles. In addition to bodywork, many ABT practitioners may also recommend dietary and lifestyle changes, and specific exercises designed to promote health and enhance wellness.

Although Asian bodywork therapy has existed at least as long as – and perhaps longer than – acupuncture and herbal medicine, it has come to be a recognized form of traditional Chinese medicine only recently. In 1996, the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) developed the first certification program in Asian bodywork therapy, due in large response to members of the Oriental medicine profession. The NCCAOM now offers a written comprehensive examination in Asian bodywork therapy, in addition to its existing exams on acupuncture and herbal medicine.


What are the most popular forms of Asian bodywork therapy?

There are more than a dozen recognized forms of Asian bodywork therapy currently practiced in the United States, the most popular of which is Acupressure and Tuina.

Acupressure: Acupressure attempts to balance the body’s energy levels by applying pressure to specific acupuncture points, thus releasing tension and promoting circulation of blood and qi.

Tuina: Tuina is a method of ABT that combines manipulation of soft tissues, applying pressure at acupuncture points and realigning the spine and other structures to treat musculoskeletal and internal conditions.


Does Asian bodywork therapy hurt? Is it safe?

For the most part, ABT does not hurt. In the course of treatment, some Asian bodywork therapists may include therapies such as cupping and moxibustion, which may cause bruising and slight discomfort in especially sensitive individuals. For the most part, however, ABT does not hurt, and because it is an external application that does not involve puncturing the skin or any otherwise invasive procedure, it is considered extremely safe.