Shiatsu in Dingwall near Inverness

Shiatsu is a deep, powerful and relaxing form of massage that is given fully clothed. It originated in Japan where the blind gave treatments because of their sensitivity of touch. Based on acupuncture points and lines - fingers, thumbs, palms and elbows are used - but no needles! Tight areas can relax, weak areas are strengthened and the internal organs are benefited.

 

A treatment, lasting just over an hour, takes place on a comfortable futon on the floor supported by cushions. Alternatively, if this is difficult, shiatsu can be given on a massage table, or in a chair or wheelchair.

 

Advice regarding diet, nutrition and exercise may be given as this can enhance the effectiveness of the treatment.

 

Shiatsu is calming, relaxing and stimulating; a deeply restorative treatment. It works on physical, mental and emotional levels, so can help with many problems as well as being preventative and keeping you healthy; a deeply restorative treatment.

 

Chris is an experienced member of the Register of the Shiatsu Society (MRSS) having qualified in 1995. She carries full professional insurance and is governed by a Code of Ethics. She is also qualified in Spinal Touch and is a fully trained nurse.

You can contact Lifelines

Lifelines, 16 Lochussie, Dingwall IV7 8HJ

Telephone: 01349 861 822 Email: info@lifelines-highland.com

 

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