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A Japanese healing system, Johrei uses a combination of light massage and 'channelling' to flush toxins from the body. It starts with the practitioner sitting opposite you, their hands focusing on, but not touching, areas of tension. After a few minutes, muscles ache, the pain travelling down the body before subsiding. The session ends with a light massage. Most of the treatment is 'hands off', but you'll feel surprisingly tender afterwards. You'll also need the toilet - a good sign, apparently. Johrei, £40 for first session (90 minutes), £35 thereafter. British Johrei Society, 020-7580 1223.

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