Anmo Fu is a deep oil based massage focused on the abdominal region (The engine of the mind & body). Its role is to ensure that all organs are operating efficiently with space to breathe and a good supply of blood and lymph.

This therapy is described as the most beneficial treatment system for the complete human being. Each organ is not just an anatomical unit, but also part of an energy meridian which is linked to other functions in the body, including our mood and emotions. Our internal organs control and enhance not only our physical bodies, but also our mental and emotional balance. Many things can affect the functioning of our internal organs and digestive system, stress being the major factor here. When we are stressed the bowels are directly affected. It causes torsions, twists, blockages and general absorption imbalances which leads the problems in the absorption of water and nutrients and affect the body’s own healing/ immune system.

These imbalances can remain in the body for years, leading to conditions such as fatigue, anxiety, headaches/migraines, back pain, constipation/diarrhea, IBS, wind, myalgic encephalopathy (ME), Bloating, ulcerative colitis, fertility issues, menstrual disorders, menopausal problems, endometriosis, all of these conditions may benefit from a series of Anmo Fu massage treatments.

During this massage our aim is to release all the twists and torsions in the bowels while balancing the internal organs, clearing trapped toxins, restrictions and releasing waste products – thus creating a fantastic system for treating many stress, bowel, lower back and emotional problems by promoting good health, and enabling the organs to function to the best of their abilities.

Important Notice

As an Alternative Therapy practitioner, we do not diagnose, prescribe medication or advise you to stop taking prescribed medication without first consulting your doctor. None of the  therapies offered by Core Body balance is intended as primary healthcare. Alternative Therapies work alongside the treatment/medication you have from your professional medical practitioner. If you have any medical concern, you must always consult your GP.