Workshops, seminars and short courses
January 22 - April 2, 2018
Mondays 6pm - 9pm
Interested in learning simple but effective techniques to improve health and aid in relaxation? If so, this is the course for you!
Shiatsu is a popular style of Oriental Bodywork that can help you to maintain better health and ease the aches and stresses of daily life. This introductory course will teach you how to provide and receive a full shiatsu massage treatment using correct shiatsu therapeutic massage techniques through hands on practice.
Students will also learn:
We highly recommend this course to anyone interested in learning about well being, balanced lifestyle, shiatsu techniques and becoming more in tune with the body and mind connection.
About the Instructor:
Daniel Adler, R.Ac
After my first class in Zen Shiatsu in January 1999, my teacher told me to
I feel fortunate to have been taught by a traditionally-minded teacher, even
if it meant facing my youthful arrogance and ignorance on a daily basis.
Through experience, and
I have been teaching Zen Shiatsu for 14 years. In 2012 I began teaching at the Shiatsu School of Canada where I have enjoyed teaching courses in Diagnosis and Pattern Differentiation as well as Channel Theory, Zen Shiatsu 1,2 and 3 and Shiatsu 101.
I am thrilled to now be directing the Shiatsu Diploma Programme at SSC. It
holds a vital place for the traditional healing arts in Canada. It is
strongly rooted in practice which is
Zen Shiatsu is a life-affirming
practice. For the student it offers a unique chance to
April 23 - June 25, 2018
Location: Shiatsu School of Canada and SSC Acupuncture Institute
455 Spadina Avenue, Suite 300
Price: $300 + HST
A letter of attendance will be issued at the end of this course.
Please call 416-323-1818 ex 200 to register for this course. Payment can be
made by Visa or MasterCard or in person using cash or
Interac. Six person minimum is required to run this course however
class sizes are kept small to allow for a lot of one on one time with the
instructor. Registrations are taken on a first come, first serve
basis. Register early to avoid disappointment.