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What is Healing-Shiatsu?
Healing-Shiatsu is non-invasive form of healing that supports and prepares the person in returning to and maintaining a state of full health and happiness.
Through stillness, loving kindness and positive intention of qualities within the Meridians and the Five Elements, the client can be fully met. Blocks and restrictions, whether in the body or the mind, can then soften and open. Pains and discomfort lessen or disappear and attitudes can change.
The gentle and spacious quality of a Healing-Shiatsu Session allows the Client to experience a deep sense of peace, comfort and ease.
New Dates for Classes in Tai-Ji (Tai-Chi) at Friends Meeting House, Kings St. Hereford. Classes resume on Monday 21st of January 2019!
Tai-JI and Chi Kung In Hereford. Monday mornings. 9.30-10.30am
Classes begin with simple flowing movements and stretches to relax and energise the body and focus the mind. In a light and non-forcing way we explore the Tai-Ji Forms with the emphasis on creating a healing and transformative force in our lives.
Monday mornings, 9.30am-10.30am
Friends Meeting House, 21 King Street Hereford, HR4 9BX.
Classes are open to all.
Meridians are living energy or chi pathways that run throughout the body. As worked with in Acupuncture and Shiatsu for health, wellbeing, vitality and stamina.
With gentle movement, stretching and awareness the Meridians can be contacted for oneself.
We will explore a basic set of Meridian stretches that together form a complete self healing system.
We will also learn stretches that give support to specific conditions and ailments e.g. of back, neck, internal organs, emotions, etc.
Open to all interested.
January 21st, 28th and February 4th
Cost: £20 for all 3 Classes or £8 each Class.
Monday mornings. 10.30- 11.30am
Friends Meeting House. Hereford. Please contact Chris before the Class so to ensure availability of a place. 07870 149745. firstname.lastname@example.org
Tai-Ji and Chi Kung. Longtown Village Hall.
Classes resume on Monday 14th of January 2019 at 6.30-7.30pm.