Shiatsu is the Japanese art of well-being through touch. It provides a deep relaxation, allows to be in full form, and supports the physical, emotional and mental balance. It is part of the Eastern tradition of disease prevention and good health maintenance.
A Shiatsu session lasts from 45 minutes to 1 hour. (30mn for children and teenagers). It begins with an interview, so that I can personalize my Shiatsu as well as possible according to your expectations and what I perceive your needs. At the end of the session, I can give you exercises to do at home, as well as aromatherapy advice
I can also use an acupressure hammer, ideal to relax the tensions accumulated in particular in the back, as well as moxas (Chinese coals), which allow a stimulation of the acupuncture points by heat.
Trained at the Tama Do Academy of Sounds, Colors and Movements , I sometimes use color and sounds on acupuncture points, using tuning forks and a luminous pen.
Shiatsu is received dressed ; provide comfortable clothing in which you feel comfortable. I may also lend Thai pants for the session.
Shiatsu can help relieve many everyday problems: discomfort, sleep disorders, headaches, various pains (arthrosis, rheumatism, blockages, old pains), digestive problems, menopausal disorders.
Specific sessions :
Shiatsu for children and adolescents : Shiatsu promotes openness and communication in children and adolescents. It soothes and refocuses nervous and hyperactive children, and helps them sleep better.
Exam preparation: Shiatsu can help you to manage the stress of exams and to be at the maximum of your possibilities
Support during pregnancy (pre- and post-natal): Shiatsu is an ideal way to relax, increase your energy and relieve small, or larger, discomforts that may bother you during these nine months: insomnia, anxiety, transit disorders, joint and muscle pain due to weight gain. After the birth, I highly recommend you for the baby massage as for the breastfeeding help Karine Sananes (moments-de-bebe.fr), in whom you can have any confidence (in my Neuilly practice or at home, in a group or individually).
Jet lag: a session the day before departure, a session on your return, exercises to do during the trip, will help you adapt more quickly to jet lag.
Warning: under no circumstances should you interrupt a medical treatment prescribed by your doctor on the pretext that you are following Shiatsu sessions.