The International School of Shiatsu will host an open house from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., on January 21, to celebrate the opening of their new location in Pipersville.
The day’s festivities will include the best de-stressing methods, including yoga, meditation, qigong, shiatsu, manual lymph drainage, reflexology and sound journeying.
The school was previously located in Doylestown for over 23 years. “This has been such a long time coming for us and we are incredibly excited,” enthuses the school’s director, holistic health coach and longtime shiatu practitioner Shirley Scranta. “As soon as I saw it, I knew this was where to make our next home. There are walls of windows coming from three sides so the space is flooded with brilliant light. The floors are made of Canadian Maple wood, which supports the body.”
Future plans are in place to expand the facility to include private bodywork rooms and a salt room on the lower level.
“All are welcome!” invites Scranta. “Whether you are a past, current or prospective student, we would love to see you here to help us celebrate this next stage of our life-cycle.”
Location: 6055C Kellers Church Rd., Pipersville. For more information, call 215-766-2800 or visit Shiatsubo.com.