School of Five Element Shiatsu and Tai Chi Qigong

The  School of Five Element Shiatsu was founded to teach the fundamentals of Traditional Eastern healing arts and to help promote the awareness and application of Shiatsu and Acupressure, Qigong and Reiki.

The next Beginners and Shiatsu for Wellbeing classes begin on Saturday 12th January 2019 in Salisbury.

Taiji Shibashi 3 – a one day workshop in Salisbury. Sunday 27th January 2019

Taiji Shibashi 1 – a one day workshop in Salisbury. Sunday 7th April 2019

Taiji Shibashi 2 – a one day workshop in Salisbury. Sunday 21st July 2019

The School has Branches in Salisbury and Ealing and is ratified by the Shiatsu Society Uk and recognised by the CNHC as a provider of Shiatsu teaching


Shiatsu is a physical therapy developed in the early part of the 20th century in Japan, it uses a range of techniques including acupressure along meridian lines to stimulate a healing response in the body. Shiatsu also involves gentle stretches and joint mobilisationsShiatsu_side_position.

Shiatsu is a powerful healing art and is not only a deeply relaxing experience but also a truly holistic therapy, working on the physical and also on an energetic level to stimulate harmony in body, mind and spirit and regular Shiatsu sessions help to prevent the build up of stress in our daily lives, contributing to a more harmonious and healthy society..

TaiJi Shibashi & Qigong

Shibashi Qigong in the park

Qigong is an integral part of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and millions of people practice Qigong in China and around the world each day to successfully treat diseases ranging from arthritis to psychological problems to cancer and of course to improve their overall health.

Qigong is not simply an exercise, it is a dynamic meditation that combines slow graceful movements with mental concentration and breathing to increase and balance a person’s vital energy.

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