Shiatsu promotes and preserves health, activates self-healing powers, contributes to greater joie de vivre and as a result can enhance a sense of well-being. For example, treatment is available all year round in the Seeblick practice in Litzelstetten, just a few minutes from the “Campingplatz Klausenhorn”...
What is Shiatsu?
The origin of shiatsu lies in Japan, and it translates as finger pressure. Shiatsu is rooted in Far Eastern philosophy, medicine and life science, and is also referred to as the “art of mindful touch”. In the process, shiatsu touches every person as a whole entity (mind, body, spirit), thus opening up ways to access their potential.
Treatment is held in the Seeblick practice in Litzelstetten. Shiatsu is administered on a massage table and is performed on the fully clothed body. Comfortable tracksuit bottoms, a long-sleeved T-shirt and warm socks are recommended. A shiatsu treatment is suitable for people of any age, with or without prior complaints. A session lasts approx. 60 minutes including preliminary and follow-up discussions.
Shiatsu promotes and preserves health. If energy is not able to flow freely in the body or the meridians, this causes blockages which can lead to physical and/or psychological symptoms. Gentle pressure on the meridians stimulates the flow of energy in the body again. Shiatsu activates self-healing powers, contributes to greater joie de vivre and as a result can enhance a sense of well-being.
Disorders that respond well to it
- Fatigue & exhaustion
- Muscle tension
- Stiffness in the neck & shoulders
- Joint pain
- Back pain
- Digestive disorders
- Menstruation complaints
- Symptoms of stress & nervousness
- Anxiety & depression
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