Tuesday 4 – Wednesday 5, April 2017 10am – 5pm
Australian Shiatsu College, 103 Evans St Brunswick, Melbourne
Long before X-rays and MRIs, traditional healers used noninvasive methods to assess personal health, lifestyle, and character. For the Oriental diagnostician, the body is the physical manifestation of the soul and reveals both symptom and cause.
Ohashi compares Eastern and Western approaches to health based on his many years of observing clients and students, and explains the precepts in a language all can understand. You will learn about many diagnoses of the body including face and body diagnosis, back diagnoses with bilateral distortion, movement diagnosis.
About Ohashi: Ohashi’s experience with traditional Eastern healing began in his infancy. Born in 1944, near Hiroshima, Japan, he had a weak constitution that made him vulnerable to illness. His strength was restored and has been maintained since by the healing techniques that are central to his teachings.
Ohashi has been teaching and practicing for more than 45 years. Ohashi brings humor and joy to his classes, enriching lives with his positive view of the human condition.
In 1974 he founded the Ohashi Institute in New York City, which offered courses in his bodywork method Ohashiatsu®. He is also the author of six books: Do It Yourself Shiatsu; Shiatsu for Your Baby; Natural Childbirth the Eastern Way; Zen Shiatsu (with Masunaga); Beyond Shiatsu; Reading the Body.
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