Most of my acupuncture sessions incorporate one or more of these styles of gentle bodywork.
Sotai is a Korean system of bodywork that uses gentle resistance to patient-initiated movements. It addresses tension and pain by re-educating the nervous system to change habitual patterns.
The form of Shiatsu that I practice is Chinese in origin. It uses rocking, pressing, and joint manipulation to facilitate opening and flow in the meridian system. I often use Shiatsu to release fascial restriction and emotional blockage in the abdomen.
The following two modalities were developed in the West. However, I've found them to be very compatible with acupuncture.
Craniosacral therapy is a method of reading and gently adjusting the rhythms of the cranium, spine, and pelvis.
This is a modality that gently and directly manipulates the organs of the respiratory, digestive, endocrine, and reproductive systems through the fascial planes. It increases circulation to the organs, optimizing function and overall metabolism.