Bill Palmer's research has shown how infants learn how to coordinate their physical, emotional and mental capacities through movements that develop along the meridians. This explains the traditional location of meridians as pathways of movement along which children learn to use their body and develop their energetic capacities. By working with movement as well as touch, you can remind a client of how they originally learned these energy skills and re-awaken parts of the body that are not integrated into the whole.
This workshop will show how to work with guided movement within a Shiatsu session to help the receiver become fully aware of their body and energetic patterns. This empowers the person to re-connect with parts of the body and mind that have been unconscious. This approach is particularly useful in working with issues that have become chronic. It also enlivens the Shiatsu session, and for those clients that are ready, gives them a way of taking charge of their own development and healing.
Suitable for first-time participants
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