Acupressure, Reflexology and Ayurveda are a 4,000 yearold Indian and Chinese science passed down from Himalayan sages and Rishis. The Ancients Knew that Nature has its own mechanism for fighting and curing ailments They understood that our bodies are complex machines which have their own ability to
Today, we know that Vedic techniques have been scientifically proven to support healthy body functions. By applying pressure to specific points throughout the body, certified Acupressurists and Reflexologists can elicit neurological responses which have immense benefits including
A University of Colorado Boulder study indicates acupressure can help treat people with mild traumatic brain injury, a finding that may have implications for some U.S. war veterans returning home. The result indicate a link between acupressure treatments and enhanced cognitive function in study subjects with mild traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Scientists from the National Taiwan University issued a report showing an 89% drop in back pain disability with acupressure, as compared to physical therapy with the effect lasting up to 6 months.
According to the America Cancer Society and the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Acupressure may reduce nausea in cancer patients going through chemotherapy. Acupressure may also be used to relieve nausea related to morning sickness and reduce general and preoperative anxiety
Practitioners Jay and Ramila Khatau are certified Acupressurists and Reflexologists who have traveled the India, China, Nepal, Ghana, to Indonesia. Their quest to seek, and learn the secret to pain relief and alternative therapies has resulted in a unique program which can heal, and replenish. Born and raised in Tanzania and Kenya, but of EastIndian descent; Jay and Ramila Khatau have dedicated their lives to bridging the gap between an ancient art and modern science
Jay and Ramila Khatau have studied the science of acupressure and reflexology from the esteemed Thai Master Tieng Yampho. Further studies and clinical applications were conducted from the scholarly work of Dr. Devendra Vora and later from Veera Khosa. On-going education in Vedic philosophy, Aryuvedic techniques, and modern medicine is a part of the Khatau’s unique approach.