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Next course coming up: Mini Thai Abdominal Massage – Sat 11th July 2020 10.00-13.00

 “The best massage I have ever had!” Evening Times

Welcome to the wonderful world of Shiatsu and Thai Massage. My name is Lucy Trend and I run Shiatsu & Thai Massage Training Scotland in the City Centre of Glasgow, Scotland.

Our premises are currently closed to the public according to government guidelines for controlling the Covid 19 Virus pandemic. Appointments and trainings will take place online. We hope to be back working at the studio shortly following the phase 3 announcements.  Face to face appointments are likely to resume towards the end of July. Of course this all depends on the infamous R number! So, please, less haste more speed:- wear a mask when required, don’t touch your face when you’re out, and wash your hands regularly – then we’ll be back on track in jig time.

One to One Online sessions can take two forms:

  1. Online in person session which involves a personalised consultation, to suit you – drawing from self Shiatsu or Thai Massage techniques incorporating Acupoints, Meridian stretching, Mindfulness or guided visualisation and further self care care recommendations, which can be emailed to you with any useful links etc. Please book as normal and your therapist will get in touch about which online video platform you prefer. Book here
  2. Distance Shiatsu Healing Session. We make the appointment but we’re not in phone or video contact during the session because you are resting and receiving and I am doing the Shiatsu diagnosis, and treatment, followed by assessment. I’ll send instructions beforehand, and request a summary of your needs for the session, and afterwards I’ll send my observations from the session and any useful and recommendations and information for you. Book here

Training will also go online – a joining link will be sent when you register. 

‘Be at One’ drop in 30 mins Mindfulness session on Wednesdays has moved online to live Facebook – Shiatsu Lucy. Please book here

If you are looking for wellbeing services for your workplace please enquire. And if you’re not sure what you are looking for, please have a browse around this site and I hope you will find something to interest you.

I’m a registered practitioner and teacher of Shiatsu and traditional Thai Massage therapies. I offer online treatments, and also online Classes, Workshops, and Training Courses from beginner to professional level. I am also a trained Mindfulness teacher and a doula and pregnancy specialist.

May you Be Well…. May you Be Safe…. May you live with Ease…. 

Shiatsu and Thai Massage Training Scotland (STMTS),
Standard Buildings, 94 Hope Street, Glasgow G2 6PH     

For ‘Be at One’ drop in 30 mins Mindfulness session on Wednesdays please book here or go to Facebook – Shiatsu Lucy.

May you Be Well….  May you Be Safe…. May you live with Ease…. 

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“A fantastically comprehensive treatment, it was great” Tim Booth (lead singer of James)

“Shiatsu has helped me so much. My neck pain is gone, I’m more relaxed and able to cope with life, and I feel  myself again!” Andrew, Glasgow

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“ I absolutely loved the Advanced Thai Yoga Massage course. I now feel more confident than before and the delivery of my technique has improved so much because of it. My clients have noticed a huge difference since attending Lucy’s training and their feedback has been very positive, which now means I have more clients from recommendations. Lucy is an excellent tutor and makes learning easy ” Scott Robertson, February 2017

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If you are looking to book an online treatment session or distance Shiatsu healing you can find out how here. If you are looking for an online training course have a look here.

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Ah, to dwell on the positive moments of my day! This has been one of the joys that my mindfulness practice has brought, and particularly during lockdown which has offered so many more peaceful moments in my environment, despite the difficulties of these times. These words are from the head of my MSc course at Aberdeen Uni, Studies in Mindfulness. Thank you Graeme!

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For the last 6 weeks I, and my colleague Ingrid Stanyer, have been offering drop in mindfulness sessions for student teachers at the University of Aberdeen. I wanted to share how these have been going and what benefits may result, with particular focus on the claim that we can…

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