Shiatsu for Self-care
Thursday 26 September Nottingham
Shiatsu is a Japanese healing bodywork therapy which uses the power of touch, movement, meditation and breath to help you connect with the healing wisdom of your body, mind and spirit.
Traditionally in Japan the practice of shiatsu was a part of everyday life. Families would use shiatsu to relieve minor ailments, healing themselves and each other with touch and energy balancing practices. It was community medicine – a system and philosophy for healing, self-awareness and self-development.
In this workshop you will learn simple shiatsu bodywork and energy exercises for wellbeing and vitality. You will also learn a simple hands-on shiatsu routine to help family and friends! Bring a friend to practice with!
Open to beginners – no experience necessary. Some of the exercises may be at floor level but can be adapted to a chair. Please wear clothing that you can easily move in – yoga/gym trousers and a loose top are ideal.
Date: Thursday 26 September 7- 9pm
Venue: Nottingham Buddhist Centre, St Mary’s Place, Nottingham NG1 1PH
Early bird price £15 plus a small online booking fee
Places are limited and advance booking is essential.
Kindy Kaur is a leading bodywork educator and expert in Shiatsu, oriental medicine and energy healing practices. Her life path has led her to explore our healing potential, merging science, spirituality and the body.
For over 25 years Kindy has practised and taught shiatsu to help people transform stress and illness into health, wellbeing and ease in body, mind and soul. She passionately believes that healing is a process of becoming whole and aligned with our true nature and that practices such as shiatsu have the potential to transform lives, families and communities.
Kindy has featured on BBC TV and radio and is former Principal and Director of the British School of Shiatsu-Do in Nottingham. She offers individual shiatsu healing sessions at her clinic in Nottingham as well as workshops, talks and training courses in the UK and Europe.