Therapeutic shiatsu training is as much a consolidation of what has been learned in Shiatsu 1
as the exploration and discovery of many other facets of shiatsu. The student will learn how to develop adaptability by working with the receiver in different positions and using different parts of his own body. In addition, the training will teach the Masunaga meridians as well as a variety of new maneuvers. The student will develop a renewed and rooted approach in advance shiatsu.
The approach to therapeutic shiatsu is based on Masunaga's philosophy. Therefore, self-experimentation is important. Thus, advanced shiatsu training is based on empowering the individual - both therapist and client - in their process of autonomy. Among other things, this involves, the experimentation of many tools and exercises which aim to strengthen the role of the therapist and to refine his inner perception (resonance, intuition, feeling).
The training allows the development of new ways of working and leads the student to have greater confidence in himself and in his interventions.