Kawada 3

Shiatsu level 4 is taught by the Japanese Sensei Kawada and treats the eight “Curious” Vessels. The special workings of these meridians (also known as wonder meridians) are studied extensively. The techniques taught in the previous years are brought together coherently and fluently. The student is expected to be well able to work with and manipulate Ki.

Practical aspect

  • The anatomical course and workings of the eight Curious Vessels.
  • Localising the Curious Vessels and their entrance and connecting points.
  • Indication of the acute-, chronic- and source points.
  • Manipulations and stretchings of the Curious Vessels.

Theoretical aspect

  • The connection between the twelve meridians and the eight Curious Vessels
  • The relation between Shiatsu and the I-Ching
  • Treatment methods for specific symptoms in relation to the Curious Vessels
  • Extended course material (bilingual English and Nederlands) will be distributed to course members

For real enthusiasts, sign in before the 1st of August for Master Kawada’s year with us. Read his book and enjoy the rich and deep history from someone who really knows.

All our courses are HBO accredited and professional association members get special prices. Bring someone with you and get a loyalty discount for any year with us for both of you. Take a look in Dutch here to see if you qualify for the 10% reduction even for seminars and extra schooling. You can find us in English here .

Alan Nash

Alan Nash was born in London on May 14, 1946 and came to the Netherlands in 1979 as a computer expert. He chose a different path and followed a study "Bio-metabolism European Laboratory for Nutrition and Nutrients" with Professor Drs. E.F. Vogelaar and Shiatsu training at Yoshinori Miyashita in Amsterdam. He then studied traditional oriental medicine and diagnostics under Yuichi Kawada Sensei and Kazunori Sasaki. He graduated cum laude and founded the Dutch School for Classical Shiatsu. In the years that followed, Alan specialized in treating patients who cannot be helped within mainstream medicine.
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