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Postural balance with Japanese moxibustion

Standing woman balancing on one foot in yoga tree pose


Kinseikyu is a new discipline developed by Felip Caudet, a physiotherapist specialized in posture and Japanese moxibustion. The aim of this method is to rebalance the body's posture using Japanese moxibustion, when posture causes suffering.

Kinseikyu literally means "postural balance through moxibustion". In Japanese, "kin" means balance, "sei" means posture and "kyu" means moxibustion.

Posture is not the way we sit, walk, stand, etc., but the way the body is organized. Posture is the result in space of the sum of the different structures that make up the human body and the mechanical relationships between these structures. These mechanical relationships are constituted by the balance between the different muscle chains and fascias.

So, the best posture is simply the one that causes neither dysfunction nor pain.

Kinseikyu is able to subtly shape the body, modify its physical structure and alter its organic, emotional and mental functioning.

The application of various moxibustion and manual stimulation techniques on key points related to posture releases muscle chains and restores postural balance in a gentle and pleasant way.

Postural rebalancing enables structures to work together optimally, both in movement and in the static position, while ensuring the free circulation of Qi and Blood.

Kinseikyu is particularly indicated for:


Chronic conditions

Emotional disorders

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