Shen Shiatsu is a unique approach. It is a synthesis of Shiatsu – poetry of movement and Osteopathy – poetry of rhythms.
Shen Shiatsu focuses on consciously perceiving and touching the three realities of the body that auto-regulate individually as well as globally. We find the mechanical reality within the tissue structures of the musculo-skeletal system allowing us to move and the dynamic reality within the liquids that circulate in the body and that constitute around 70% of our body mass. We can also perceive and contact the energetic reality found within the electro-magnetic fields, which surround and permeate the tissue structures, the fluids and the nervous system.
This focus manifests through the listening hands and the open heart of the Shen Master Practitioner who can thus stimulate the self-healing powers of the body.
The Shen Master Practitioner is capable of balancing and coordinating the different realities and structures of the body by communicating with the major self-regulating systems found within any human being.
The inner and outer alignment
The client is first assessed standing, being viewed from all sides in order to elaborate the treatment strategy or plan.
Balancing pressures between cavities serves as a magic key for integration.
The body is made of five main pressure chambers, which are all connected. We have the cranium, the thorax, the abdomen, the pelvis and the spine.
The origin of Being
By touching the energy system, we return to the source of being.
Deceleration, depth, perspective and opportunities to shift
During a cranio-sacral session we dive into the realm of the slow rhythms.
The power of transformation
Working with the organs is communicating directly with the physiology of the body. And to work with the digestive tract, is to contact one of the primarily developed physiological systems.
Shen Shiatsu is for humans of all ages and walks of life, thriving to improve their health and wellbeing
Functional units and balance
Every structure in the body is surrounded and enveloped by fascia, also known as connective tissue. Fascia fulfills the role of stabilizing and keeping the body in shape and supple.