MRSS, CNHC regd.
Shiatsu Therapy is a unique non- invasive manual therapy originated in Japan. It is deeply relaxing and it stimulates and supports the body natural ability to heal and balance itself. Shiatsu treatments have a regulatory influence on the autonomic nervous system, thereby improving organs function and easing muscle tension. Shiatsu supports the individual to move toward a greater sense of health and wellbeing on different levels: physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual.
Shiatsu uses: acupressure, stretching, rotations, gentle rocking to improve the natural flow of Ki (energy) in the body mind.
Shiatsu is used for preventative healthcare and for a wide range of acute and chronic conditions.
It is also used for:
• stress management
• improve sleep pattern
• pain relief (e.g. back pain, sore neck, shoulders ache, legs....)
• stiff neck
• relieve tension
• improve body mobility
• support with grief and other strong emotions
• improve energy and creativity
• improve digestion, menstrual health and sleep pattern
• support with fibromyalgia, sciatica, frozen shoulder, depression
MRSS, CNHC regd.
I am a Shiatsu practitioner, acupressure massage therapist and teaching assistant at the Manchester Shiatsu College, member of the Shiatsu Society Uk and registered with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council.
My Shiatsu training started in 2015 and I graduated at the Shiatsu college Manchester after 3 years. I practice since 2016 and I regularly attend CPD course and supervision sessions.
I've been practicing yoga and meditation since 2000 and I put these experieces in my Shiatsu practice.
My Shiatsu is focused on improving my clients’ quality of life encouraging mind-body awareness. Giving relief from body tensions, stress and past injuries to restore flexibility and vitality in order to reduce the effects of emotional pain and supporting the ones affected by chronic diseases.
Supporting my clients is my very priority so sometimes I give them gentle and easy exercises – tailored on their needs – to enhance the effects of the shiatsu sessions
My shiatsu practice is based in Manchester City centre (Northern Quarter) and in Manchester South (Chorlton). Occasionally I offer home visits. Please ask.