Robert Harding

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1350-3261 - Stone guard statue and temple spires (chedi) at Wat Pho, the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, the largest Buddhist temple in Bangkok, Thailand and the birthplace of Thai massage.
1348-1088 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Massage the point Conception vessel 22. Aim : treatment of asthma.
1348-1090 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Massage the point Conception vessel 14. Aim : relieve anxiety and anguish.
1348-1087 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Massage the point Bladder 7 (small hollow at 2 finger's breadth just aside the top of the skull). Aim : relieve sinusites.
1348-1093 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Pressure then massage of the point Bladder 57 (posterior side of the calf). Aim : relieve hemorroids.