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    A traditional Vietnamese massage, often referred to as "Tam Quat," is rooted in traditional Asian medicine principles and focuses on pressure points and energy lines similar to other Asian massage therapies like Thai or Chinese massage. Here’s what you can generally expect during a traditional Vietnamese massage session

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    The massage therapist will use a combination of techniques including deep kneading, rhythmic compression, and passive stretching. These techniques aim to release tension, improve circulation, and promote overall relaxation and well-being.

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    Pressure Points

    The massage may focus on specific pressure points (acupoints) along the body’s energy pathways (meridians). Stimulating these points is believed to balance the flow of energy (qi or chi) throughout the body, which is a fundamental concept in traditional Vietnamese medicine.

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    In some traditional Vietnamese massages, wooden tools or sticks may be used to apply pressure to specific points or to massage muscles deeply. This can enhance the effectiveness of the treatment.

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    Breathing and Relaxation

    You may be encouraged to breathe deeply and relax into the massage to help facilitate the release of tension and promote a sense of calm and well-being.

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    After the massage, you may experience feelings of relaxation, improved circulation, and relief from muscle tension. Some people also report improved energy levels and mental clarity.

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    Benefits of traditional Vietnamese massage may include stress reduction, pain relief, improved flexibility and range of motion, and overall enhancement of physical and mental well-being.

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