Start Shiatsu Basis course
Lestijden: 20.00 uur – 22.00 uur
The new Basic course Shiatsu and Do-In consisting of 8 lessons on Wednesday night, will start 28 October, in our school and live online.
The birthplace of shiatsu originally lies with the "normal man". To this day, it is common in rural Japan and China that people treat each other with shiatsu. In Japan, people go to shiatsu therapists before going to the doctor. The N.S.K.S. wants to make shiatsu accessible and bring it to the attention of a wide audience. This way, everyone can benefit from the art of healing themselves and others and staying healthy.
The basic and family course consists of 8 classes of 2 hours. The first hour is spent on Do-In, featuring “Ki” development and meridian stretches. The second hour is spent on demonstration and practice of the basic techniques of Classical Shiatsu, with another student. This course is given 4 times a year. Each of the 4 courses deals with the teachings in a specific position in the following order during a year:
1. Front lying position
2. Back lying position
3. Sitting position
4. Side lying position
Every person older then 12, bodily fit or not, can participate in the basic and family course. Participants will need to bring easy fitting clothes, preferable without big buttons or other protrusions that can get in the way. Cotton clothing is advised but not mandatory.
Read more about content and costs of this course: Shiatsu and Do-in basic course.
The same RIVM /Dutch Government rules apply here as well (minimum of 5 students maximum of 10 students in the Dojo, 5 couples each from one household, so - "safe partners").
AIR CLEANERS WHICH DESTROY VIRUS PARTICLES WITH UV-C LIGHT TECHNOLOGY
The classrooms in our school are equipped with three professional air cleaning devices. The devices suck in all the air and filter the sucked in air through a HEPA filter that makes all viruses harmless and kills them with specific UV-C light, which damages the DNA / RNA structure of the virus and prevents it from multiplying. The devices are working 24 hours a day.
Of course we cannot guarantee that a device will catch a virus particle before someone has been able to inhale it, but it significantly reduces the chance because infection occurs through clusters of droplets or aerosols (which are also collected by the air purifiers).