Yumeiho® - basic technique

Next, we will present the basic procedures of the Yumeiho® therapy. They constitute the basics for all practitioners, regardless of their level of practice and expertise. Each specific variant or technique stems from these procedures.

The description of the procedures is guiding and mnemonic in nature and addresses exclusively to trainees, as the training from competent Yumeiho® instructors is an absolute requisition for the correct, effective and risk-free acquirement and application.

The sequence and description of the procedures is in compliance with Yumeiho – Instructors’ textbook for the 1st degree, Krakow 1997

 

September 6, 2018

The massage of the adductor muscle of the thumb

Securing with his right hand the patient’s left hand joint, the therapist massages with the left hand thumb the adductor muscle of the patient’s thumb (placed […]
September 6, 2018

The massage of the palm

The therapist places his little finger between the patient’s little finger and ring finger, the little finger of the right hand is placed between the latter’s […]
September 6, 2018

The extension of knuckles and of the upper limb

The therapist places the external edge of his left sole on the patient’s armpit, as close to thorax as possible. With his right hand, he grabs […]
September 6, 2018

The massage and working of the hand joint

The therapist grabs the patient’s left hand joint placing his thumb on the dorsal side, oriented toward the forearm (the other fingers will support the joint […]
September 6, 2018

The rotation and extension of the elbow joint

The therapist places the patient’s left elbow on his right palm and grabs the flexed dorsal side of the patient’s hand with his left hand. Then […]
September 4, 2018

The massage of the forearm

After the procedures described above, the forearm is massaged as follows: along three lines (the median two times, the internal and external lines once per each) […]
September 4, 2018

The massage of the arm

Starting from the position described above, the patient’s arm is placed at c 45o from the torso, the terminal area of the forearm reaching between the […]
September 4, 2018

The massage of the large pectoral and dorsal muscles in the periaxillary area

The patient lies in dorsal decubitus with the left arm abducted to 90º (stretched laterally, perpendicular on the torso). The therapist knees on the left side, […]
September 4, 2018

The massage of the abdomen

  The patient flexes his knees keeping the soles on the ground. The therapist gets on his knees on the left side of the patient, facing […]
September 4, 2018

The massage of the abdominal muscles

   The therapist, placed above the patient in a position similar to that used in the previous procedure, massages simultaneously with the thumbs the abdominal muscles. […]
September 4, 2018

The massage of the inguinal ligaments (with the palms)

  The therapist sits on his knees between the patient’s legs and slowly massages the inguinal ligaments with outwards rotations. There are c. ten repetitions. The […]
September 4, 2018

The sole percussion

Having finished the previous procedure, the left leg is elevated by keeping it by the toes with the right hand, then the middle area of the […]
September 4, 2018

The extension of the calf posterior muscles

The positions for the previous procedures are maintained. The therapist grabs the patient’s calcaneus with the left palm so that the latter’s sole to rest on […]
September 4, 2018

Plantar flexion of the toes joints

    The therapist keeps the patient’s left foot on his thighs, grabs his ankle with the right hand and plantar flexes (towards the sole) the […]
September 4, 2018

The rotation of the ankle joint

   Both the patient and the therapist maintain their positions described in the previous procedures. The therapist firmly grabs the supra-malleolus area with the right hand […]