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Shiatsu literally translates as finger pressure. Shiatsu is a Japanese form of body work designed to heal and promote health by influencing and improving the state of Ki in the body.

Though Eastern and Western medical practices seem to have little in common both investigate the human body and its functions. Eastern medicine has accumulated knowledge about the workings and composition of the human body, just as Western medicine has. 

Eastern medical theory describes health as a dynamic balance of body, mind and spirit. Each part is inseparable from the functioning of the whole organism in its environment. As a shiatsu therapist you will treat the whole body as well as specific problem area by addressing both physical and emotional well being.

A Shiatsu treatment costs between 25 and 40 and lasts for around one hour.

 

    
Shiatsu Theory and Practice 
Carola Beresford-Cooke
  
This comprehensive Text is for the Student and Professional Shiatsu practitioner. It is both clear and accessible with detailed guidance on five phase diagnosis and treatment with both traditional Chinese medicine and five element theory. The book has illustrations and photographs which add to its use as a step by step guide. This book is often used as a main Shiatsu reference. 
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