- Class Hours: 50
- Instructor: Shinzo Fujimaki
- Prerequisites: None
- Class Materials: Instructor Manual and “Intermediate & Advanced Acupressure Course Booklet”, by Michael Reid Gach, PhD
- Checkin at Harbin front gate as early as 12pm Sunday.
You may enter the classroom building at 6pm to bring in your bedding and food if you'd like. Class orientation begins promptly at 6:30 pm for a 7pm class start time.
20% OFF TUITION (2015 Sept Session)*
Students are introduced to the Japanese art of healing touch, Shiatsu. This course presents the main theory of Yin and Oriental philosophy through Aikido, Yoga, and Do-In along with the techniques of Shiatsu necessary for the effective practice of massage.
Shiatsu was developed and is practiced based on twelve meridians. Students will learn and practice how to release and tonify meridians, along with oriental breathing, Qi flow, intention and physical postures of the practitioner. Students are also taught both seated and prone position along with 30 basic acupressure points. A minimum of 35 hours is devoted to demonstration and practice of techniques. Students have ample time each session to give and receive Shiatsu under the supervision of the instructor.
* To receive this discount: Call our office, mention this ad and pay in full, or register online to pay the $100 Tuition Deposit. Discount will be applied when you pay the balance of the tuition. REMEMBER: If you pay in full by September 3, you'll receive this 20% discount in addition to the Earlybird Discount!