One of the basic principles of Shiatsu is to help you connect the body as a whole.
Babies learn to connect through whole-body movement.
In Movement Shiatsu, we see the meridians as pathways where movement occurs. Babies learn to do this through movements like turning.
These movements develop along the lines of Chinese medicine meridians.
Movement Shiatsu is a physical therapy that combines Shiatsu with guided movement to help individuals change the way they use and feel their bodies by themselves.
It has an Eastern origin.
It involves contact through gentle stretches and different mobilizations to release tension and encourage engagements from parts that may not be present.
This allows us to help all parts of the body work together.
Movement Shiatsu is highly interactive and supports individuals who want to address long-term physical issues or emotional problems.
Movement Shiatsu uses the "6 Forms of Touch" created by Bill Palmer.
It empowers to resolve difficulties, enabling individuals to become aware of their bodies ad take charge of their wellbeing.
Movement Shiatsu is client-centred and is an interactive relational model (self and others), and is characterised by the following principles:
See articles from Bill Palmer here: https://seed.org/article-archive/
Video explaining Movement Shiatsu: