The Meridian Centre

Shiatsu

Shiatsu at The Meridian Centre, Billesley (nr Moseley), Birmingham

What conditions do Shiatsu practitioners treat?

People come for Shiatsu massage for a wide-range of conditions or simply to aid their general relaxation and well-being. The most common conditions that Shiatsu practitioners treat are musculoskeletal and psychological problems (feeling stressed, depressed or anxious).

Clients also often have low energy levels, disturbed sleep, digestive problems or suffer from headaches. Shiatsu massage is deeply relaxing, so there's no need to have a chronic condition, just come along, lie down and enjoy!

In addition to being regularly used by thousands of people all over the world, a variety of charities, health foundations, NHS trusts and hospitals in the United Kingdom provide Shiatsu to support patients whilst receiving treatment for a range of health issues and to help them maintain their general wellbeing.

What happens during a Shiatsu session?

Shiatsu is a traditional Japanese therapy which derives its theoretical and practical roots from the ancient traditions of Oriental medicine. It releases emotional and physical tension, re-energises, and supports people to fully live their lives.  Clients remain fully clothed whilst receiving Shiatsu, which is normally performed on a futon, although clients can sit on a chair or lie on a massage table if they prefer. The practitioner uses stretches, finger pressure and movement to balance the meridians (energy channels), thereby supporting the return to health.

 

Shiatsu Moseley South Birmingham with the Merdian Centre