“Hello. Today’s model is an acupuncturist, a friend of mine” “This is a different acupuncturist from the one who came before” “Yoroshiku-onegaisimasu (I’m excited to work with you)” “Any areas you feel tired?” “The roots of the toes and closer to the tip…, I think my sole and arch are stiff” “I feel the stiffness more on the left” “I think they can’t support my weight” “How is this pressure?”
“I think it is alright” “I am not giving any hard pressure” “It feels good” “Ah, It is tired there” “I had some pains like plantar fasciitis before” “I think it was around there” “I didn’t do any special treatment, just rubbed sometimes and it helped the pain. So I just didn’t do anything much about it Severe pain was gone but it is still tired” “Oh–”
“A little” “Here, it is ureter tube or small intestine’s zone. A little painful” “[email protected]#$” (Canada’s breathing) “Am… the Kin… ?”
“Sokutei-Kinmakuen (plantar fasciitis)” “Viewers from oversea have asked me what to do with plantar fasciitis I have never met a client who has plantar fasciitis, never seen any” “It is said that stretching is good, like this”
“Yes it is” “We use moxibustion for that” “We use moxibustion on non-muscular locations such as tendons, but it looks painful to insert needles on those areas, doesn’t it?”
“Do you insert needles on a place like here?”
“Yes” “The skin is thick so we can insert when it is passing
(* not sure what/where passes) “Do you ever insert needles even on the sole?”
“I rarely do” “I would, if a client complains the pain too much and we both agree to do it” “It is not my first option. Moxibustion and massage first” “Or I would insert needles on Achilles tendon, a little above from the sole”
“Around here?” “From a reflexology point of view or rather saying, RWO-SHR point of view where I studied my reflexology, if you get hurt somewhere, you can’t touch there, if there is a wound, So instead, I would massage a hand. Could you show us your hand?”
“Same kind of spot?” “Yes same kind of spot. So it is same, do you guys see? Can you lower a little?” “Same spot. So, if it hurts here, same on the hand” “If you have planter fasciitis and you have a pain on the foot, massage the same area on the hand. It is said it is good”
“I see” “Similar kinds” “If it is knee, treat elbow. If it is ankle, treat wrist. There are reflected”
“That sounds plausible” “Same as acupuncture or acupuncture points” “For instance, there are many stuff like stomach” “I see” “You are my first planter fasciitis model” “Sometimes I was asked so I googled it since I didn’t know anything about it” “It is said that stretching is good” “It is hard to do stretching” “Painful? This is neck” “Neck is strained” “Yes strained” “It’s been a while to have reflexology”
Ggggggg “Please note that Canada, my doggie, is moaning” “Sounds like water’s boiling” BEEE NGGGG NGGG NGGGG NGGAAAA The rest is omitted “Here is eye reflex” “Yes painful” “The eye reflex is in the center?”
“Yes” “Eye is between the 1st toe and the 2nd Eastern medicine-wise” “Above there, the inner of those toes are eyes” “I shouldn’t say “It is eye”, the liver meridian line is there. “Liver” is related to eye, so we tend to work there when we hear our client has strained eyes as acupuncturists” “Acupuncture and reflexology are not same at all”
“No. I have a friend who practice both and she said it is totally different” “She said ‘what’s that? large intestine? hmm’, like that” “I am working with one hand due to the camera angle” “The cream you are using is for reflexology or all-purpose?” “It is for reflexology… what’s this? Massage cream it says. Green tea cream” “But it doesn’t smell like green teas so much” “Like a cold cream or something?”
“General cream but it spreads well” “It doesn’t get dried”
“No, you can do long strokes” “It is rather hard than painful, there”
“Here?” “Maybe the skin is hard”
“The skin is hard”
“I feel so” “My reflexology stick should be ready?” “Fingers are fine” “I think the bottom of the toe is numb”
“Here?” “The center? Eye?”
“Around here, here, this area” “I feel there are some numbness around there” “It is trapezius’s reflex zone”
“Ah! It is strained for sure” “And eye” “It is eye reflexology-wise, between these” “My Souboukin (trapezius) is bad, though I am in a temple
* Sobo (僧帽) means monk’s hat. His clinic is located in a temple, too “Gori Gori”
“Yes very crunchy, like cartilage” “Are you trying not to get tired?” “I don’t have many clients these days, I take it easy” “It is easy, I can take it easy” “I don’t get tired so much when I focus on how to work pleasantly” “I get tired when I try to cure”
“Ah, me, too” “When I try hard, I get tired and it doesn’t help to heal, to be honest with you” “Sometimes it works so well regardless of my intention” “I still have to think, though” (Sound of Canada’s walking) “Hey Canada” “Canada is getting closer to you” “He isn’t shown in the camera…yes he is. He is wriggling” “Here, it is painful here” Zkk Zkk Zkk Zkk (Canada’s digging sound” “No digging” Please note that he keeps digging for a while ఠൠఠ “He’s sleepy when he digs”
“Oh yeah?” “Very cute”
“My carpet… my rug…” “Never mind” “The skin of the sole is quite hard” “It gets hard because of the gravity” “What kind of shoe are you wearing?” “I wear slip-ons, easy to take off, but my regular shoes are not good, they are too tight and not good I think” Canada’s marching “Canada, going his own way…” “Wow, it is very hard here” “Painful, there. It is a digestive system on Eastern medicine, traditional Chinese medicine” “For reflexology…”
“It is called ‘Hi (Spleen)'”
“Hmm. ‘Hi’?” “From a reflexology theory, a digestive system is here but they are close to each other, digestive system, around stomach”
“The part, too? But, yes…” “Very Gori Gori” “It is thoracic, under this metatarsal from a reflexology point of view” “Thoracic, middle back”
“And down here, it is lumbar, lower back”
“Ah that’s my bad area” “Looking painful”
“Very painful” “You have painful reflexology video series” “Many” “It looks painful here” “Painful but I feel I am healed a little” “Hardly I would ask to do more, though” “When you find a spot like this, when you do it on your feet, massage about 5 minutes, adjusting the strength” “It doesn’t need to be too painful but you get better afterwards” “Yes I feel I am lighter somehow. Why is that?” “Tensions were released, the whole area of the foot” “And here is…” “Prostate”
“Yes yes yes” “It seems not enlarged” “I have been diagnosed as prostatitis twice” “I asked the doctor ‘Is prostatitis meaning to be enlarged” and he said it is not enlarged and it has nothing to do with the age” “It is from the internal organs’ weight, all pushes a prostate and results in prostatitis” “We did an ultrasound scanning, my prostate wasn’t good but it looked like a triangle, the shape indicated inflammation” “Here, well, it is like a hollow, opposite from being strained” “No power?” “The thoracic/lumbar are rather…”
“It is that, from Eastern medicine point of view, it is ‘Jin (kidney)’, if there is a lack of ‘Sei (spirit)’, it gets painful or powerless” “It seems connected”
“Interesting” “It is a kidney meridian line where you are touching now”
“Uh here” “If you go a little inner, it is ‘Hi (Spleen)'” “Like a different [email protected]#$…” “Nygh! It is ‘Jin (kidney)’ I think” “Here, it is Ying meridian lines, this side”
“Yes, yes” “I don’t remember well, though” “Ladies feel pains, this side” “‘Hi (Spleen)’ is important for women, compared to guys”
“‘Hi’?” “‘Hi’ is like a digestive organ and… what should I say” “‘Hi” is very similar to liver function-wise. Compounding, making blood or some other things from foods” “Women lose blood easily or have breast, which the ‘Hi”s role is required” “How do you spell ‘Hi’ in Kanji (Chinese character)?” “卑 as in 卑弥呼 and 月” “Uh, it is ‘Hi (脾)’ as in ‘Hizo (脾臓)’?”
”Yes, spleen, spleen” ”Spleen in western medicine has different roles, not making anything special but it is only lymph nodes” “Nnnn, very painful, what is this?”
“Arm” “Arm is tired”
“Acupuncturist’s body is tired” “Skeletal system such as arm, shoulder and lower back” “Too much information today”
“Is that so?” “The other day, my reflexology friend came and we just had a silly talk” “I am not trying to talk seriously, though” “Information today is very deep”
“Not good before sleeping” “They may turn it off” “Yasu-kun, oops I said his name again, but the video with him was so silly” … it was fun, though “Here is testicle”
“Testicle?” “It is that, it is bladder in Eastern medicine”
“Uh, this side is bladder” “Bladder in reflexology is this side”
“Oh really?! It is rather ‘Jin (kidney)’ here” “Oh, well” (in sync) “Two polarities, similar to each other” “How do I say…” “There is this theory: Kan (liver) – Shin (heart) – Hi (spleen) – Hai (lung) – JIn (kidney, These are the five solid Zou (organs) which has certain functions. And six Fu (organs), hollow organs For instance, liver and gall bladder are polarity, Basically gall bladder, stomach, bladder are hollow organs; preserve and release They don’t have many functions, not producing much “It is said, so” “I don’t say bladder doesn’t have functions but basic function is like a bag” “Receive and release” “I received your talk and released it. I said, I see but I wondered what it was” “Funuke (Idiot, lack of 腑(Fu), now I know where it comes from. Funuke. Too much information today” “When I think of the subs, I get a shiver”
“I shut up my mouth for a while” “Here comes Canada” “Look how he lies down” “Looking like sulking” “Ah, my foot is feeling lighter now” “It is so different from before” “I think my foot is softer now” “The sole is not as painful as we started?”
“Not, not much” “Less painful” “My stomach is making sound” “It is bladder meridian line, isn’t it? This side?”
“Yes yes” “This is all I remember but here is the end of the bladder meridian line and nothing after calf” *goes to the side, not on the center “Ryouzan, around here?”
“Shouzan” “Yes Shouzan. I said Ryouzan by mistake” “We practiced a lot on Shouzan, it is a common point and easy to work. There is no organs and it is located in the center But after inserting a needle, I can’t put strength to it, it is very hard to walk I often said ‘no Shouzan for me'” “I don’t like Shouzan so much” “It is strange to see fingers in between my toes”
“Really?” “Very painful, if I do it on myself” “Quite hard here” “Stretching is good”
“It’s worthy to get it done” “I wish I could say I would love to but I don’t really want to do too many times” “What kinda therapist are you?” “I am a minimum reflexologist” “I don’t want to do too much works” “It is fun to do but I can’t work too many” “Repeating same things is not so good. It is not fun at all” “One to another”
“Doing the same things forever” “May I drink water?”
“Yes please. Drink a lot” “You get thirsty after a reflexology treatment” “It is good to drain the fatiguing substances by drinking water” “Funny to say but it hurts but feels good”
“Oh really? Ita-Gimo (it hurts good)” “So much for the right foot (* left foot)” “Ha—” The next video:
Me getting an acupuncture for exchange “Like an injection” “Insert and remove, that’s what you do?”

20 thoughts on “鍼灸師に足つぼ | Reflexology On Acupuncturist”

  1. I like the conversation-reaction ‘s video prefer some vid it’s too silent but all are good. 👏👏

  2. カナダくんの声久し振りに聞いて癒されまくってます〜今度顔に美容針やりにいきまーすι(˙◁˙ )/

  3. Hi!mr.yutakas goodevening can i ask some question if i massage my self or other people what i first to do the left foot or the right foot and why?

  4. oh He said 五(wu)臟(zhang)六(liu)腑(fu)
    肝= gan (liver)
    心= xin (heart)
    脾= pi( spleen)
    肺=fei( lung)
    腎=shen (kidney)
    膽=dan (gall bladder)
    胃=wei (stomach)
    膀胱= pang guang(urine bladder)
    大腸= da chang(large intestine)
    小腸= xiao chang (small intestine)

    Be noted that i type those organ name in traditional chinese Character with chinese pinyin…
    In Malaysia,we learn how to write simplified chinese characters with pinyin, but i love to type traditional Chinese characters.

  5. Lmao it was a amazing video but I couldn’t keep silent! I laughed way too much from Canada’s Subtitles you put 😂😂😂 Canada is a star!

    Have you maybe tried recording in a upwards position for the camera?

  6. 足底筋膜炎について触れてましたので


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