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Shiatsu: obsessions and compulsions

This continuing training allows the student to deepen the tools of self-contact and resonance developed during training in therapeutic shiatsu. The first day kind of sets up the theme by reviewing and learning maneuvers that are related to the training theme. During the second day, the student immerses himself even more in the theme by learning how to organize a session with a person who experiences obsessions and compulsions (food, emotions, drugs, alcohol, etc.). This continuing education essentially aims to allow the student to develop his contact with himself, his feelings, and his perception. The student learns new maneuvers related to the theme. These maneuvers also fit very well into one’s general practice. The student becomes familiar with a meeting specific to people struggling with obsessions and compulsions. But even more important, this continuing training helps the student to meet his own excesses and his own compulsions, giving him different tools to welcome himself.

Specifications

  • Montreal
  • French
  • $ 210
  • Equivalency of 15 hours

Prerequisites

Be a graduate in therapeutic shiatsu (2nd year)

Know and practice the “Who am I?” meditation taught in Shiatsu 2

Course objectives

  • To learn or review the Gall Bladder meridian stretch (receiver on the side).
  • To learn or review the stomach meridian stretch (receiver on the stomach).
  • To review and practice a micro-macro shiatsu.
  • To familiarize yourself with the notion of lack (void).
  • To observe the way to deal with a follow-up involving an excessive or compulsive person.
  • To familiarize yourself with your own obsessions and your own compulsions.
  • To consolidate contact with oneself.

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