Level 1 – Introduction to Zen Shiatsu
Level 2 – The Hara & Back Routine
Level 3 – Neck, Shoulders & Stretches
Level 4 – The Complete Treatment
In these 4 practical workshops you will gain the knowledge and confidence to share this comprehensive, wholistic massage and bodywork therapy with others.read more
About your trainer Lisa Masters
Lisa holds qualifications in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture, Remedial & Oriental Therapies, Remedial Yoga Therapy and Zen Shiatsu Therapy. She has been treating people with various conditions including Bells Palsy and stroke victims, cancer, MS, Parkinson Disease, sporting and musculo-skeletal injuries, digestive disorders, depression and anxiety over her 26 year career.
With an extensive knowledge of Oriental therapies, the Qi meridians Lisa’s treatments encompass both Western and Eastern philosophies to the benefit of every client creating a complete holistic treatment package for body, mind and spirit. Lisa has a passion for health and passing on her extensive knowledge to students with techniques that forms this unique bodywork therapy.
What is Zen Shiatsu?
Zen Shiatsu is a unique and gentle form of bodywork that balances the energy in your body.
Based on Eastern philosophies and methods of healing, shiatsu treats the meridian pathways within the body that channel Qi energy … our life essence. You experience this energy when you move, breathe, eat and digest your food, think, feel and communicate with the world around you.
If the energy within the meridians gets blocked or is not moving and stagnate, it can result in physical, psychological and emotional imbalances. Zen Shiatsu helps re-balance your energy on all levels, while enjoying a clinically therapeutic musculoskeletal treatment.
When part of your body is energy-deficient, and not pulling its weight, other areas of your body have to work twice as hard to pick up the slack. The goal of zen shiatsu treatment is to energise these deficiencies, thus allowing the symptoms of over activity so that you feel your natural state of relaxation.