THE SHIATSU CLINIC
Saturday,13th August, 17th September, 15th October,12th November and 17th December 2022
with Nick Neter, Tina Doherty, Paulette Dale Roberts, Louise Neter, Stephanie Ball, Lisa Finch and Bill Gibb
(The running of this clinic depends on the covid protocols at the time.)
TIME: 10am – 2.00pm
Shiatsu is a holistic Japanese bodywork therapy that has its roots in traditional oriental medicine, Amna massage and acupressure. Shiatsu uses the power of touch and pressure, as well as a variety of stretches and rotations to encourage the balanced free flow of energy, called Ki in Japanese, through out the body. Deeply relaxing and revitalising, Shiatsu can benefit a wide range of conditions. Shiatsu is received fully clothed.
Cost: Up to one hour treatment for a donation (suggested from £15 for half an hour, £25 for an hour ) however it is intended that the Shiatsu is always affordable so please pay what you can afford.
The Shiatsu Clinics are becoming more and more popular with a mixture of regular clients who love to receive Shiatsu but cannot afford regular prices and new clients who would like to experience Shiatsu at a cost of their choosing!
These clinics provide a wonderful opportunity to have a deeply relaxing, revitalizing and healing Shiatsu treatment from a fully qualified Shiatsu Practitioner for a small donation (suggested from £15 for half an hour). Truly excellent value. Appointments are only available for booking. To book text or phone 07773061309. We look forward to working with you.
‘Shiatsu can improve specific conditions, reduce pain, increase mobility as well as promote a feeling of calmness and general wellbeing’
Professor Andrew Long, European Shiatsu Federation research at University of Leeds
All treatments must be prebooked at this time. On arrival the Shiatsu practitioner will meet you outside the yurt and take you to his/her treatment area in the Big Yurt. At this time we ask that mask be worn in the Big Yurt and during the treatment unless it is agreed otherwise. The Shiatsu Practitioner will be wearing a mask unless protocols have changed.