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Shiatsu  & Thai Massage Training Scotland, Fifth floor, Standard Buildings, 94 Hope Street, Glasgow G2 6PH (click here to see on Map)

(Our premises are closed to the public according to government guidelines. Appointments will take place online until further notice).

Online and Distance Appointments with Lucy Trend available on Wednesdays and Fridays

One to One Online sessions can take two forms:

  1. Online in person session which involves a personalised consultation, 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 button below)
  2. Distance Shiatsu Healing Session. For this you make the appointment as usual but we won’t have 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 email or send my observations from the session and any useful recommendations and information for you. (Book button below)

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

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

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Blog 3: Gratitude in the time of Coronavirus: Mindfulness and Transitions

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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Graeme Nixon

Coronavirus has brought with it anxiety, stress, fear, suffering and bereavement. It has also brought many to reflection, new perspectives, altruism and common humanity. All of us are in a moment of obvious transition. The students and young people of this moment are entering a time of huge uncertainty about how their education will proceed. Many are living alone, isolated from families and friends, in some cases distant from their homeland. For many of our students, beyond the remaining few course assignments, they are looking down the barrel of a long summer with little prospect of work or holiday.

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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