Kotsuban Yumeiho

Hipbone Pressure & Kneading Adjustment Therapy

Masayuki Saionji Sensei                 Doctor Konstantin Zadorozhnikov, 

Founder: Kotsuban Yumeiho                  academician, Yumeiho master,student 

Tokyo International Institute                  and follower of M.Saionji, representative of

of Preventive Medicine               of  IIPMP Tokyo in Crimea & Sevastopol





What is Kotsuban Yumeiho?

Kotsuban Yumeiho is a pressure kneading and adjustment therapy which cures many illnesses without the use of medicine. It was created in 1978 by Masayuki Saionji, a Japanese Esperantist. In 1975 he met Shuichi Ono, a master of Seitai Ho rehabilitation therapy. After studying many ancient methods in Japan and China which included Anma, Seitai Ho and Shiatsu, he picked the most effective techniques and created this new art. In Yumeiho, the therapist massages the patient’s muscles and corrects all the joints. The Yumeiho method consists of 100 basic techniques. Many patients, having been rejected by doctors and having given up hope for a cure, after receiving Yumeiho became healthy and return to ordinary life. The full name of this art is called the Oriental Special Goddess Massage or Hip Correcting Kneading and Pressing Therapy. 


Which Illnesses Does Yumeiho Cure?

Many illnesses can be cured by Yumeiho, for example: lumbago, ischialgia (sciatica), pain in the hip joints, knees, ankles, toes and ribs; low body temperature, various headaches, stiffness or pain in the shoulders, constipation, diarrhea, women's illnesses, for example: menstrual pain, irregular menstruation, infertility; illnesses of the liver, stomach, intestines, heart, pancreas, kidneys, spleen, bladder etcetera. Yumeiho also cures hypertension and hypotension. In addition, it can improve and cure serious diseases, which modern medicine has difficulty curing. For example: muscular dystrophy, Parkinson's disease, cancer, rheumatism and collagen-illnesses. Yumeiho is effective against obesity, low body weight, baldness, and senility.


The Theory of Center Line Balance

The theory of Yumeiho is based on the equilibrium of the body. One of the important points is that the body's weight must be equally distributed on both legs. But in the majority of people this is not the case. Almost no one has equally strong legs. Through long experience we have found that in most people, one leg is longer than the other, and because of this they use their legs unequally. According to the theory of Yumeiho, this inequality is caused by the displacement of the hipbone. Yumeiho strives to relocate the hipbone. We diagnose this inequality by touching the points of the hipbone and also by comparing the length of both legs.  

To do this more practically and precisely, Saionji Sensei invented a measuring device called the Balance Ener, which measures this inequality. A patient stands on 2 metal plates. After a short while, perhaps a minute, the device checks how much of the body weight is on each leg, and the difference in weight between the right and left leg. In this manner the therapist, understanding which leg is weaker and accepts less weight, can begin the therapy. This measurement is done during every session to verify the changes in the body as the therapy progresses. With the help of this apparatus our research has become more scientific. We can now work more effectively in treating patients.  



Theory of Hipbone Displacement & Disease

Chushin Setsu Is the "Centerline Theory” of health and wellness. It states that our body weight must rest equally between our right and left legs. Our chosen lifestyle, habits, injuries, and being away from nature are some of the main factors that weaken our legs and hips. Another major factor to displacement of our hipbones is passage through the birth canal of our mother. The process of birth can lead to a congenital condition in our hips leading to the experience of many disorders later in life, if not properly diagnosed and corrected at an early age. In Japanese, the term for hipbone is "Kotsuban”. Kotsu-ban when broken down means an essential pivot. This indicates to us that the hipbones are an "essential pivot” in our lives as to whether we will experience health or be plagued by disease.

If one of our legs is weak, our weight will rest on the stronger leg. If both of our legs are weak, our weight will be placed on one leg first and when that leg gets tired, it will shift to the other more rested leg. The more serious the leg and hip weakness is, the more frequently the weight-shifting pattern will take place.

This shifting back and forth between our stronger and weaker legs will happen in a sort of biorhythm leading to many functional disorders and diseases in our lives, without us knowing the true hidden root or cause of the problem. In theory, prolonged weight displacement over one leg will over stimulate the nerves on that side of the body retarding their function and eventually leading to the stagnation of Kiketsu (blood and energy) in the leg. This process in time will harden or stiffen the muscles of the affected leg, leading to deeper distortions in our posture as it travels up the body affecting our spinal alignment.

In conclusion, a vast majority of disorders and diseases can all be traced back to the health of our hipbones. Disorders and diseases can be categorized as right hipbone displacement, left hipbone displacement, or combination hipbone displacement.

Hipbone Displacement - Chart of General Disorders

Left Hipbone Displacement

1.       Tend to suffer from heart and lung malfunction

2.       Tendency towards obesity

3.       Constipation

4.       Colds & Flues

5.       Sympathetic nervous system

Right Hipbone Displacement

1.      Tend to suffer from liver and stomach malfunction

2.      Tendency towards having a thinner body type

3.      Diarrhea

4.      Gynecological disorders

5.      Parasympathetic nervous system


If you have some disorders signed above, also back pain, joints pain, overwight, scoliosis or menstruation pain,  spinalgia, arthralgia, discopathy, spondylolisthesis, migraine, myalgia, obesity, difference in length of lower extremities, algomenorrhea, asymmetries of the skeletal and muscular system etc.
Yumeiho Therapy is for you.

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Doctor Konstantin Zadorozhnikov studied Yumeiho at Moscow Space Hospital on 1990.

In 1991 he met Masayuki Sajonzi at 1st Yumeiho Conferencion in Moscow and their collaboration and friendship begun.  In 1996 doctor Zadorozhnikov visited Sajonzi  in International Institute of Preventive Medicine during his trip to Tokyo as Yumejhoist and esperanrist. He was examined by Sajonzi and took 2 rgade of kvalifikation. Year later

Doctor Zadorozhnikov received diploma of 3d level and was awarded of status of Exclusive representative of IIPMP Tokyo in Crimea and Sevastopol. (http://www.yumeiho.co.jp/intro/link12d.html)

Doctor Zadorozhnikov wrote a book about Yumeiho. He has got a big experience in practice of this wonderful method. Besides, he has got own discoveries and inventions in biological medicine. The mane practical destinations is rehabilitation of internal organs without chemical drugs, using Yumeiho, bioenergotherapy,homeopathy and homotoxycology.


"The theory of the YUMEIHO method is grounded on the fact, that over 95% of people have had incorrectly positioned pelvis since their birth. Most often it means, that one ilium is placed higher than the other. The limb on the higher ilium side is comparatively shorter. Blood circulation in this side is impaired what makes this side weaker. The longer leg, as a stronger and longer one, takes over more of the body weight. Such a situation causes fatigue of that leg. The hip joint slowly moves forward and towards the centre. The extremities become the same length, and even the leg which was previously longer now becomes shorter. The line running through ilia is not horizontal. The vertebral column inclines towards the shorter leg side. Silhouette moves the body weight in the other direction. The vertebral column bends and forms one arch entering a phase of functional scoliosis. The curve becomes greater because of the body weight. Inclination of the vertebral column in the other direction takes place and it causes a formation of a second arch above the first one. The formation of two arches of the vertebral column means that a phase of structural scoliosis has been entered. Intervertebral discs slip out because of improper load. Pressure exerted on a nerve causes pain and disturbances of activities of internal organs. Degeneration of the vertebral column joints proceeds and leads to degenerative changes. Almost all the muscles and joints do not function properly, what leads in consequence to irreversible changes.


The process of pathological changes described above shows, that the pelvis is the basis of the whole osteomuscular system. Its proper position plays the most important role. It should be remembered, that even the most professional chiropractic procedures will lead to betterment lasting only for a short period of time if the pelvis remains in its improper position..."

   (by Maciej Dluska)