The International School of Shiatsu will host shiatsu and shin tai trainings as well as workshops and classes in body, energy and breathwork, tai chi, yoga, meditation and qigong throughout April and May. Offerings include Shiatsu Clinic, on April 1, Arcturian Healing Light Part Three with Gene Ang, from April 2 to 5, and Governing Vessel and the Spine, from April 21 to 23 and 28 to 30.
Aspiring massage students or those interested in finding out more can attend a Shiatsu Intro Weekend from May 6 to 7. The Shiatsu Level One training will begin May 13, and Shiatsu Level Two starts May 8. For those seeking a career in shiatsu and body therapies, full-time and part-time scheduling options are available.
The International School of Shiatsu recently relocated to a larger, new space in Plumsteadville, just north of Doylestown, to provide an even wider array of classes, programs and services to the community. The school’s mission is to train, nurture and support students to become excellent practitioners of shiatsu and shin tai and to provide the experience of shiatsu and advanced bodywork to the general public. All programming is designed to help “move the chi” and allow students and clients to become more fully engaged in life.