June 2023 is #ShiatsuAwarenessMonth, a time when we raise awareness of the many benefits of Shiatsu.
Shiatsu discovery sessions are taking place across the UK. Don’t miss this opportunity to discover a holistic therapy which is deeply relaxing, helping to aid sleep, release tension, and promote wellbeing.
A combination of acupressure points, gentle manipulation and stretching
What is Shiatsu?
Shiatsu is a physical therapy which uses a combination of acupressure points, gentle manipulation and stretching to re-energise weak areas and reduce tension in the body. By applying sensitive, mindful, static touch with thumbs, fingers and palms, the Shiatsu practitioner affects the functioning of physical systems such as nervous, circulatory and respiratory, thus supporting the body’s innate self-healing abilities and promoting a sense of relaxation and wellbeing.
A Holistic Approach
A better understanding ourselves, the world and our place in it.
Each Shiatsu session is tailored to the needs of the client
Shiatsu touch, in its stillness, depth and gentle compassion, is able to support the whole person. Originating in Japan, Shiatsu incorporates influences from both East Asian Medicine and Western medicine. It offers a holistic approach enabling an understanding of how the physical, spiritual, and emotional aspects of your being work together. If one part of your body is not aligned, the rest of you will likely notice.
Practitioners are empowered with the tools to provide better care and have meaningful interactions, with each Shiatsu session tailored to the needs of the individual.
Shiatsu Practitioners train for 3 plus years
Professional members have undergone rigorous training to qualify
Professional members have undergone rigorous training to qualify as a professional practitioner. Shiatsu Practitioners train for at least 3 years part-time and study for more than 1000 hours to qualify! They are fully insured and undertake regular CPD to ensure the high standards are maintained.
What's on near you....
7th June, Sevenoaks and 16th June, University College London Hospitals
24th - 25th June