Shiatsu Acupressure Massage

Shiatsu, although developed in Japan, is based in Chinese medicine. "Qi" (chee), is the foundation of Chinese medicine. Qi is the life force and flows throughout the body in distinct pathways known as "meridians." The pressure points are areas along these energy pathways where Qi has a tendency to stagnate. By stimulating the pressure points you re-establish the natural movement of Qi and health is restored. When you have uninhibited movement of Qi, you have optimal health.


  • Deep Tissue
  • Sports Injuries
  • Reflexology
  • Spinal Analysis
  • Stress Relief
  • Emotional Healing
  • Herbal Therapy
  • Back and Neck Pain


He's the best shiatsu acupressure therapist I've ever had! And I've had a lot of bodywork!

Herschel F.

I went in to get a Shiatsu massage and ended up receiving so much more. First off, I give the massage a 10. I have had many massages and it makes ALL the difference when the masseuse can feel and sense where your body needs attention, and Dr Moise is exceptional in this art. He also performed muscle testing and was 100 percent correct in his assessment. I have recommended his services to all my friends, and will be a happy customer for life!

Cindy T.

I had my first taste of Kimbal Moise's Shiatsu massage yesterday. It was the most intense massage I have ever received. I have always had Swedish Massage in the past (20 years ago) but what a difference Shiatsu makes. And Kimbal gave it to me with both barrels. I live my life with the maximum amount of stress possible - the maximum! - and this is the first time in ten years that it has been diminished in any signifcant amount.

Christopher T.

I found Dr. Kim Moise online and went for a massage. Ten minutes into the massage, I knew from his technique that he knows what he is doing. Most importantly, he understands the inter-connection of different body parts, i.e. what part of your feet links to which organ, or finding the cause of your physical issues, etc. He found my problem areas right away, but he also knows not to keep kneading at it, but try to get it to release. There is a big difference in getting massage by someone who knows the body and how various body parts inter-relate to one another, versus a masseuse who uses his/her body strength to keep kneading at your tight spots, calling that "deep tissue".

Dancerholic W.



Mon Tue Thu Fri 10:00am - 6:00pm


Naturopathy, Kinesiology & Shiatsu 

$150 1st session

Follow up sessions

$125 an hour

$75 half hour


5 one hour sessions $400 (save $125)

5 half hour sessions $250 (Save $125)

10 one hour sessions $950 (save $300)

10 half hour sessions $450 (save $300)


Kimbal Ian Moise
Naturopathic Kinesiology
10801 National Blvd. Suite 575,
West Los Angeles, CA 90064

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