Open for Shiatsu at last!
Shiatsu Practitioners can now treat clients within certain safety guidelines.
From August, I am happy to announce that I will be available to give treatments and please contact me. to arrange appointments.
Remote Shiatsu Study
During Lockdown, I experimented with remote Shiatsu monitoring the symptoms and well-being of 11 recipients. This is an informal study, however you are welcome to read the findings by opening the PDF file below.
"I can testify this is supportive, powerful healing work" Remote Shiatsu client 16.6.20
"That worked..my knees are no longer stiff, my pain has shifted" Remote Shiatsu client 12.6.20
What is Shiatsu?
Shiatsu is a body therapy which is similar to Acupuncture and without needles! Using acupoints and meridians, Shiatsu aims to balance and underpin the innate healing power of the body, mind and spirit.
Rooted in the philosophy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Shiatsu is part of an ancient medical system which also combines Physiotherapy. It is commonly performed on a futon on the floor although it can also be done on a massage table if more comfortable. Typically, the body will be stretched, mobilised and rotated and then pressure is applied to significant points. Everything is done in accordance with your comfort and safety and no two sessions are alike, given that we, along with everything else, are constantly changing!
Shiatsu is preceded by quite a lengthy interview where a clients health needs are assessed according to a particular philosophy which is largely based on the observation of nature and which has remained unchanged for thousands of years.
Usually, a specific Qigong form - a series of movements - are prescribed and are to be performed daily in between sessions.
Sally has practised Shiatsu for 20 years and has taken it into palliative care and cancer centres as well as the NHS and corporations
( Aug 19)
The Shiatsu Society
Click Here is a good source of information about Shiatsu.