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Science Library of the European Shiatsu Congress – this website lists links to several Scientific Studies and reports concerning Shiatsu 

Shiatsu in the news again! That’s Life magazine published an article about Suki Goodier, 47, who found that Shiatsu worked to treat her neck pain when nothing else had worked. 

Shiatsu worked for her Whiplash

Shiatsu worked for her Whiplash

Samantha Cameron gets Shiatsu! While on an Easter break with her husband and children in Lanzarote, the Prime Minister’s wife chose to have a holistic ‘shiatsu’ massage – which involves finger pressure, stretching, breathing and rotating for a ‘whole body’ approach to stress-relief.
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Below is a list of useful web links concerning Shiatsu massage and Maternity Care.

http://www.wellmother.org

The website of the very knowledgeable Suzanne Yates, my specialist Shiatsu for Maternity teacher. Lots of info here.

www.glasgowshiatsu.co.uk
Founded in 1986 The Glasgow School of Shiatsu is the oldest established Shiatsu training organisation in Scotland. We run a three year diploma course, regular introductory classes, and student training clinics.

www.shiatsu.org
The Shiatsu Society is a non-profit umbrella organization for all types and styles of Shiatsu. The Society sets standards in training which are implemented by Registered Teachers.

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http://www.cnhc.org.uk CNHC was set up with government support to protect the public by providing a UK voluntary register of complementary therapists. CNHC’s register has been approved as an Accredited Register by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care.

http://www.newenergywork.com
Run by Clifford Andrews, one of my advanced Shiatsu teachers, and my teacher trainer, this website has information on fantastic Shiatsu training, teacher training and CPD courses.

www.dragonphoenixshiatsu.com
Jeannie Cronin’s school in Montreal where I received my initial training.

www.chisuk.org.uk
The UK’s Alternative Medicine, Complementary Therapy and Natural Health Care Resource Centre.

www.dharma-yoga.co.uk
Yoga classes in Hamilton and Motherwell

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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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