Philosophy

Shiatsu is a Japanese therapeutic technique based on the ancestral foundations of traditional Chinese medicine and Zen philosophy. It views the human being as an organic entity that is an integral part of nature.

Shiatsu is an energetic body approach. According to traditional Oriental thought, meridians are energy lines that connect different parts of the body to each other. Energy blockages and tension points can eventually make us sick. The shiatsu practitioner locates your blockages and tension points in order to correct them and restore the body's energy circulation, which will also promote your self-healing capacities. Shiatsu literally means "finger pressure". This pressure of the fingers (sometimes from the palms of the hands, elbow, knees) is applied to the different meridians, acting on the circulation of energy and initiating a return to balance of body and mind.

Shiatsu is essentially preventive.  It is best practiced during seasonal changes, from increased activity to the first symptoms of illness, in post-traumatic periods and particularly in periods of stress.

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A true art of touch, shiatsu promotes a caring and restorative touch in a helping relationship. It allows the recipient to maintain his or her personal balance and to better manage the circumstances that destabilize his or her life, especially for people in difficult situations.

Indications

  • Anxiety.

  • Burn Out.

  • Depression.

  • Various pains.

  • Chronic fatigue.

  • Back pain (low back pain, hernia, sciatica).

  • Maux de nuque, épaules, migraines.

  • Neck pain, shoulders, migraines.

  • Digestive problems, constipation.

  • Sleep problem.

  • Addictions