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The Shiatsu Society (UK)

The Shiatsu Society is a non-profit organisation which represents all styles and the majority of Shiatsu practitioners, schools and students in the UK - promoting their work and professionalism.

A traditional hands-on Japanese healing art, Shiatsu can help in a wide range of conditions from specific injuries to more general symptoms of poor health. Shiatsu is a deeply relaxing experience and regular sessions help to prevent the build-up of stress in our daily lives.


Shiatsu is used by several charities across the UK for treating various ailments. 

Congress 2014: Shiatsu in the Lakes

Feedback from the 2014 Congress: What an inspiring and lovely time! The Shiatsu Society Congress took place in the Lake District, what a great setting for the event, I feel recharged, calmer and energized. The beauty of the Lakes, the calm and openness of the air up there and the contrast of the grey handmade walls with the vibrant green of the hills makes me feel alive.

Read more of Giuseppina's blog here!


Winter 2014 Journal Available Now!

Packed full of articles, news items, workshops and student pages, the journal is available for non-members to purchase at just £43pa. Apply here

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