In an increasingly complex and technology-driven world, simple, sustainable Shiatsu provides a contrast, with powerful touch-based techniques to help us feel more at home in our minds and bodies.
The techniques of Shiatsu – pressure on acupoints, gentle stretches, palming on muscles – need no special equipment or materials, just sensitive hands and compassionate intention. As we all look to reduce our impact on the planet, natural and traditional healthcare practices such as Shiatsu can play a part in providing tools which encourage self-care and responsibility without using up material resources.
We can receive Shiatsu from qualified practitioners, or we can learn Shiatsu-based self-help techniques in community classes.
Give yourself the gift of receiving or learning simple, sustainable Shiatsu this February in Shiatsu Awareness Month.
Offers and Events during February
Laura Davison FwSS and Martin Julich FwSS are senior members of the Shiatsu Society and have a huge amount of experience working with Shiatsu and they are both teachers at Aberdeen School of Shiatsu. They have both worked at CLAN (Cancer Link Aberdeen and the North) so have a special interest in working with cancer patients. Whether you have a condition that needs help or just want to relax and chill then please book a session. We are available Tuesday to Friday.
Laura and Martin are offering £10 off your first Shiatsu for the month of February at The Rosemount Centre for Complementary Therapies 1C Mount St Aberdeen AB25 2RA 01224 636378, email firstname.lastname@example.org to book. More information can be found on the Rosemount Centre website.