Shiatsu means 'finger pressure' and the practitioner will use of thumbs, fingers and palms to apply pressure to certain pressure points in order to restore balance and harmony to the body. Shiatsu is used to relieve stress and tension and has also been known to treat back pain and stiffness of the muscles.Search AgainRead More About Shiatsu
Long time ago, Asian healers were expected to know eight levels of healing and to become skilled in the Five Excellences. These included techniques of self-development and self defense as well as the tools of one's trade. Qi Gong, Tai Chi, and meditation were practiced to maintain one's health and increase... [read more]
I am a qualified shiatsu therapist, Qigong teacher and integrative counsellor living and working in Brighton, in East Sussex. I first became interested in shiatsu when training as an actor. The wish to investigate further the relationships between breath, body, mind and feelings lead me to study shiatsu and meditation... [read more]
Relax into the supportive and caring hands of an experienced practitioner.
I have been practising this hands-on therapeutic art for over 15 years releasing physical and emotional tension, activating tissues and freeing joints while promoting the deeper energetic self-healing functions of the body. Shiatsu is an acupressure based body work... [read more]
Tracy is a registered Shiatsu Practitioner and Teacher.
I can help you release pain and help you recover from injury. I can support you when you are feeling overwhelmed or when you have other problems like sleep, frozen shoulder, tinnitus, or IBS. I can use a gentle and effective touch to... [read more]
My Shiatsu approach is influenced by my love of free and expressive movement. I marvel at how the gentle form of Shiatsu touch can help us to free old patterns of pain and restriction to reconnect with the feelings of wellness and ease.
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With three different therapies to offer, I hope that I can support you in working towards wellness. Anma shiatsu is a wonderful non diagnostic massage sequence of 75 minutes, which is designed to bring a feeling of relaxation and renewed energy. Suitable for all but pregnant women and those with active... [read more]
Katy de Waal BSc MBAcC MURHP
Is a member of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC) and the United Register of Herbal Practitioners (URHP) she has full professional insurance and is bound by the Register's Code's of Good Conduct and Good Practice.
She has a private practice in Ashford and Canterbury... [read more]
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Martin is fully qualified MRSS Shiatsu massage practitioner with over 20 years of experience and the owner of Bliss Backrub, a corporate... [read more]
Alexandra has been a complementary therapist for 30 years now, offering Reflexology, Shiatsu, Indian Head massage, Reiki Healing, Crystal Therapy, Hope Ear candling and Dietary advice . She believes in self healing and self help, which can be initiated by an experienced complementary therapist. So she is there to give you... [read more]
I offer relaxing, nourishing Shiatsu Shin Tai treatments in Brixton and Seven Sisters.
Shiatsu Shin Tai is a form of holistic massage based on the principles of East Asian medicine - the same system used in Acupuncture.
In Shiatsu we rebalance your system: tension is dispersed, tired places are re-energised and you... [read more]
With over thirty years in therapeutic practice, I offer a bespoke combination of physiotherapy, shiatsu and craniosacral therapy to ease you from pain and stiffness into comfort and wellbeing. Tuesdays and Saturdays at Fairlee Wellbeing Centre, 26 Queenstown Road, Battersea SW8 3RX. 020 7720 7933
Alice qualified as a Shiatsu-Do practitioner at the British School of Shiatsu-Do, and is a registered member of the Shiatsu Society (MRSS).
Alice was first introduced to Shiatsu-Do in 2003 and was so impressed by the health benefits in all aspects of her being: physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual, that... [read more]
Hi, I'm Gaelle a French national in Scotland.
I came to Shiatsu as a guinea pig and I, then, knew I had to learn it! So I did!
I graduated in May 2019, and had the chance till now to work with cancer patients in remission, karate instructors and people with a lot... [read more]
I am able to share a variety of approaches of hands on healing and tailor work to the individual.
Privileged to study with some wonderful teachers, foremost i honour the teacher within you and within me from where i ever am reminded we begin.
I began life dancing both structured dance and more... [read more]
Marie Lamont FwSS MRSS - Run a busy Practice of Shiatsu - Acupressure Massage Therapy - Body Mind Practitioner - Qi Gong Facilitator - Baby Shiatsu & Pregnancy Well being for Mothers & Babies
Over 25 years in Body-Mind practice. In 2018 have been Recognised and awarded FWSS (fellow member Shiatsu... [read more]
Shiatsu means 'finger pressure' and the practitioner will use of thumbs, fingers and palms to apply pressure to certain pressure points in order to restore balance and harmony to the body. Shiatsu is used to relieve stress and tension and has also been known to treat back pain and stiffness of the muscles.
An initial consultation will normally last about an hour and will involve questions about your medical history, symptoms and sleep patterns. A treatment plan will also be devised and the number of sessions required will depend upon the nature of the symptoms.
Shiatsu is currently unregulated within the UK. This means there are no laws which stipulate what, if any, qualifications and experience are required in order to practice. Practitioners can join a professional association and they do require members to provide proof of qualifications, as well as adhering to a Code of Ethics and Conduct.
The main Shiatsu professional association is the Shiatsu Society.
All Shiatsu practitioners on the site have indicated they are members of a professional body, however it advised you also make the necessary checks.
Our Shiatsu description was kindly supplied by Alice Hartley.