Shiatsu, meaning ‘finger-pressure’, is an ancient form of healing bodywork originating in Japan.

Like Acupuncture, Shiatsu works on pressure points and meridians, or energy pathways.  Instead of needles, a Shiatsu practitioner uses their palms, fingers, thumbs and sometimes elbows, knees and feet to massage pressure points and meridians, restoring balance to the flow of vital energy, or 'Ki', in the body.

Deeply relaxing and invigorating, Shiatsu facilitates the body’s own natural healing process and works on all levels – physical, mental, emotional and spiritual – to bring about a sense of inner harmony and well-being.

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