Traditional Chinese | Acupressure | Deep Tissue | Prenatal | Scalp | Hot Stone | Foot | Cupping | Gua Sha (Skin) | Foot Treatment | Walk on Back | Eye Treatment 11701 Bowman Green Drive, 3rd Floor, Reston, VA 20190 | 571-460-7954

Zhi Ya “Acupressure” Massage in Reston, VA

$ 110 (60 min)
$ 150 (75 min)
$ 180 (90 min)
$ 200 (120 min)

Say goodbye to body stiffness and aches with our massage! Zhi Ya, a traditional Chinese practice also known as acupressure massage, involves applying pressure to specific body points.

Our massage therapy helps relieve body pain and promotes healing. It works on the same principles as acupuncture but uses pressure and massage techniques instead of needles.

Moon’s Massage Spa uses this massage therapy to help alleviate chronic pains like lower back, neck, and joint pain. It also stimulates the body’s natural pain-relieving mechanisms, such as the release of endorphins.

Acupressure is a specific massage technique that decreases pain and obvious muscle tension, increases blood circulation, and promotes deep states of relaxation. Acupressure can relieve headaches and back aches and help manage conditions such as fibromyalgia.

Acupressure is the application of pressure rather than needles (as in acupuncture) to specific points to control symptoms such as pain or nausea. It may cause minor soreness, numbness, or a distended sensation, but no severe side effects exist.

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Please be aware that you may be approached in our parking lot by someone who asks you if you have an appointment for a massage, and will try to get you to follow them to get the massage you have scheduled.   This person is NOT affiliated with Moon’s Massage Spa, and works for another spa nearby, and has been attempting to take our customers to their location which is nearby.  Please be sure that you come to Moon’s Massage Spa, which is upstairs on the far left side of the building. 

Thank you! Helen