In April we will be doing a talk for the Association of British Women’s of Malaysia on Japanese Healing Arts, namely Toyohari-stye acupuncture and Zen Shiatsu. This will be an informal talk, with plenty of time for questions, discussion and demonstrations. Lucky volunteers may get to have a mini-session, if they don’t mind everyone else watching!
Some people think that Shiatsu is a kind of massage. In Malaysia, what is advertised as Shiatsu can be quite painful. Authentic Zen Shiatsu can be better described as a traditional kind of bodywork that focuses on moving energy. It is gentle, light and profoundly relaxing. Shiatsu can be safely used to treat stress, anxiety and poor sleep as well as general aches and pains
Japanese acupuncture is very different to the stereotype of acupuncture. The techniques are very delicate and light and frequently the needle is merely touched to the point. This is totally painless and you won’t end up looking like a porcupine! For anxious adults and children this is a big advantage.
Japanese acupuncture also incorporates a wealth of other techniques, including moxibustion and cupping. It can be used to treat most health problems including fatigue, pain anywhere in the body, menstrual and fertility problems and migraine.
If you’re interested to know more, simply contact the ABWM on the number below.
88 Jalan Terasek 8
Tel: 03 2284 4407
Time and Date
Tuesday, April 16th, 10.30am – 12.00pm
For more info please call ABWM: 03 2284 4407
Admission is free to members