NSKS Basic shiatsu for safe partners

Hello everyone,

Yes-still busy. Rebuilding everything is what it feels like so here's the next Shiatsu lesson video for beginners who consider themselves "safe partners".

It's not super advanced and that's why we made it. You don't have to be an expert to do this and you can really help those nervous systems right now - in safety.

We're working on our private life lessons and pretty soon it will be all set up and live online with Alan Nash. That means that all the people that wanted to visit will be able to do so securely live online. We assume you have a smartphone, laptop or computer with a webcam. During these times of social distancing and lots of real life meetings being transformned into online events, it's becoming very useful to have these things.

You should know that August the 30th we will have our school open day online too - live from the dojo studio with real people. What we won't have is a crowd of real people in the dojo.

If all goes well with the world, our real lessons in the school will start in September while we prepare to keep everyone safe and checked - in and out. So safe partners once more.

Many of my favourite students and qualified therapists have already begun treating people with the Shiatsu they have learned here. Be careful and be good guys. We need you. See you here again soon.

Have you watched these video's yet?

online lesson number 2

online lesson number 1

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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