SHIATSU is a body mediation discipline, of Chinese origin, developed in Japan at the beginning of the twentieth century.
Shiatsu massage is practiced through the use of pressure on the body of the client who remains clothed.
The operator uses only the palms and fingers of the hands, sometimes also the forearms and elbows
No oils or creams are used.
It is practiced on the ground, on a special carpet called tatami.
SUITABLE CLOTHING: Clean, comfortable clothing, no jeans or buttoned-up clothing.
DURATION: about 1 hour consisting of 45/50 minutes of treatment and 5/10 minutes of sharing and dialogue on what emerged from the treatment itself