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Shiatsu chair



We are used to performing Shiatsu on a tatami or stretcher, i.e. with the patient lying down. This may be the most suitable position for our therapy, but what happens if the person cannot lie down? Some people suffer from pathologies that prevent them from lying down properly. We cannot forget disabled people who use a wheelchair to move around and who also have difficulties to lie in the decubitus position. supine. The answer to this is to receive Shiatsu sitting on a chair. No matter if it is a stool, a chair or even a stretcher, anyone can receive Shiatsu without lying down. With this volume we teach the correct way to apply chair Shiatsu, indicating the correct posture for both the therapist and the patient. Emphasis is placed on the eight neck movements, arm, back and neck pressures, stretching, cervical treatment and Anma techniques.
A complete guide which is detailed with images for an easy understanding; from the pressure points to the pathologies to be treated.

Author. Shigeru Onoda.
Difficulty level. Medium.
Edita. Japanese School of Shiatsu.
Language. English.
Soft cover. 127 Pages.
Images: Colour.

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