I saw in the street this morning, a respectful old lady walking down stairs, at a slow pace, her umbrella as a cane on one hand and her daughter by her side, supporting her other arm with care. I was reminded to appreciate now, these legs that allows me to move freely. Health is nowadays acknowledged to have physical, emotional, social, environmental and Spiritual component … [Read more...] about monkey year, pause and reflect. essence of richness to life
SHIATSU (which literally means Finger Pressure in Japanese) is a traditional form of Japanese body-work that was usually practiced within the families, and by midwives. It is an officially recognized Massage Therapy in Japan, and has become very popular in Western countries over the last 15 years. Zen Shiatsu is rooted in the well-known in Asia tradition of TE ATE: innate … [Read more...] about Shiatsu and the cycles of a woman’s life: beyond pregnancy.
Intuitively when we feel pain somewhere, we will tend to place a hand to soothe or warm the area. This ancestral knowledge is the origin of Zen Shiatsu, TE ATE, “the healing hand”, in Japanese. I would say that yes, massage can benefit menstrual pains, but if you are on your cycle, a gentle and attentive massage. Indeed, many women tend to have a lower pain threshold before … [Read more...] about Shiatsu and the cycles of a woman’s life: menstrual discomforts.
English translation: Shiatsu can experience authentic Hong Kong title "The Moving Touch" Photo1:Shiatsu in Japan, which is widely recognized as a "Shiatsu ZEN" and "meeting the king I" in Western countries: the caption. Anne-laden training under Sensei Kazunori Sasaki in France has opened a salon of Shiatsu in Hong Kong. Salon of Anne's healing space lined with … [Read more...] about grateful to be featured in japan!