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Issue: January 2007

New Therapy Available - Shiatsu Massage

What is Shiatsu?

Shiatsu is a Japanese healing therapy that was developed as a combination of Chinese Massage called Anma, key aspects of traditional Chinese Medicine and the theory of Shizuto Masunaga. The word Shiatsu can be translated as “finger pressure”. During a session the therapist applies comfortable, sustained pressure to various parts of the body in order to help life energy or “chi/qi” flow properly. Qi flows along pathways referred to as Meridian lines. A Meridian line is worked on to aid blood flow, muscle tonus and posture. Shiatsu is applied using the thumbs, fingers, palms, forearms and elbows. The aim of Shiatsu is to trigger the body’s own natural healing powers to help restore vitality and prevent disease by harmonizing the body, mind and spirit.

What can Shiatsu help treat?

Digestive disorders such as constipation, acid reflux, bloating and feeling tired after eating.

Musculoskeletal problems such as muscle tension in the neck and shoulders, low back pain, limited rang of motion especially after injury, RSI’s, arthritis and whiplash.

Nervous system imbalances like anxiety, depression, insomnia, fatigue, stress, headaches and sciatica.

Circulatory problems such as cold hands and feet or always feeling cold.

Women's issues that include PMS, cravings, cramps, irregularities in flow and timing, menopause signs as well as moodiness.

Please call us at 905.465.4595 for more information
to book your appointment.

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Upcoming Seminars and Events

brindusa vantaHomeopathy Seminar - Monday, January 29th from 7pm to 8pm

Presented By Brindusa Vanta, BSc, MD (Eur), HD (Hon), DHMS

Homeopathy is a branch of natural medicine that has a long history of success — being the second most practiced form of medicine used worldwide. Now days, Canadians face many new challenges in their personal health choices and more and more people are rediscovering the benefits of Homeopathy.

Come and learn more about Homeopathy and how you can benefit from this natural form of medicine!


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