So this month is full of changes for me! Meadowlark Healthy for Sport has now closed and I've been welcomed into fantastic space at the Healthy Life Centre in Bread Street. I am still present at Meadowlark Yoga, working from their Moon Studio, no.43 Argyle Place. Having now seen clients at both places for a couple of week I feel really positive about the move(s) - I have two beautifully comfortable spaces to work from and I couldn't ask for nicer people to work with.
Here's what hasn't changed:
1. Shiatsu - is still fantastic! I am hellbent on making sure you're supremely comfortable a so I am rarely without my BodyCushion to keep your spine, shoulders and hips in neutral position throughout the treatment. I will also be propping you up with cushions and bolsters - you've been warned!
2. My prices are the same - see them all here
3. I am still in touch with my old team from Meadowlark Healthy for Sport, with more collaborating to hopefully follow. I feel lucky to know a team of great professionals and am happy to refer my clients to them when needed.
Things that have changed:
1. You have a choice of two venues. Both are spacious, warm and quiet - no areal yoga stomps above as you're just starting to relax. 2. You can now book on-line for both venues. For Meadowlark, you'll need to pay before your session. Either phone the reception on 0131 228 7581 or, if you book through my page, expect a call from me to take a card payment.
As always, I am happy to hear from you with any Shiatsu-related queries and if you would rather book through me you can. My number is 07968874345 and all the contact details and booking link is on my web-page.
Find out more on the Shiatsu Society website.
What is Shiatsu?
Shiatsu translates as ‘finger pressure’ and is based on traditional Japanese massage. Combining acupressure, massage, flowing movement and joint rotations helps to disperse tension, reduce pain, promote relaxation and healthy functioning of the body systems (circulation, breathing, digestion etc.). Shiatsu therapists are guided by their experience & knowledge of physiology and traditional Chinese medicine and apply pressure using fingers, thumbs, palms and elbows and combine it with other techniques.
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