Liz Arundel FwSS

Mrs Liz Arundel Fellow (FwSS)

Modalities in addition to Shiatsu Craniosacral Therapy, Qigong
Provide home visits No
Teaching status Teacher

About me

Liz Arundel is passionate about Shiatsu and teaching.

She has been a member of the Shiatsu Society register of practitioners since 1987.

Liz started her training in 1984 at the British School of Shiatsu-Do, London. She had the good fortune to study with eminent teachers: Ray Ridolfi, Master Ohashi, Pauline Sasaki and Shizuto Yamamoto in the 80s and 90s. Liz studied Cranio Sacral Therapy with a leading teacher Thomas Attlee.

But for most of her Shiatsu life, she has been mentored by Saul Goodman, the pioneer of Shiatsu Shin Tai. 

She has taught Shiatsu for over 35 years and specialises in Shiatsu Shin Tai. This is a dynamic form of body work that fuses traditional Shiatsu (using thumb, palm and elbow pressure on meridians) with more subtle and gentle touch. This includes techniques to release the soft tissue (fascia), structural assessment and treatment using Muscle Energy Techniques and chakra work.

Liz includes Cranio Sacral Therapy in a session which is excellent for babies, children and those in acute pain because it is so gentle. 

The aim of the treatment is to restore motion, alignment and vitality to the mind and body. It aims to recover space and bring ease and to release long held patterns of stress and future anxieties or projections. 

Liz specialises in:


Grief and depression 

Muscular skeletal injuries 

Digestive issues

Venues where I provide Shiatsu sessions

Liz Arundel