Ki Kai Shiatsu School

October 2019 News & Events

Movement Shiatsu Practice Class

Autumn term classes are from 7.00 – 9.00p.m. on Fridays on the following dates: 18th Oct; 15th Nov & 13th Dec 2019 Check Calendar 

.The next Ki Kai Movement Shiatsu Practice Class is led by Teresa Hadland on Friday 18th October 2019. 

This is a great opportunity for all ex and current students on Ki Kai Movement Shiatsu courses to practice client-centred techniques and to explore and integrate Inner Qigong exercises and the Six Forms of Touch in exchange treatments.

We welcome visitors, whether practitioners from Shiatsu, Movement Shiatsu or other therapeutic backgrounds.

This is a chance to share skills and knowledge in a friendly, supportive and supervised warm environment.

More Information & to Book:

 

Inner Qigong Classes

Autumn Term 2019 Inner Qigong classes are lead by Bill Commerford 7.00 – 9.00p.m. at Ki Kai on Fridays, on the following dates: 11th Oct; 1st, 8th, 22nd & 29th Nov; 6th Dec 2019 Check Calendar

Inner Qigong classes at Ki Kai are an opportunity to explore self-relationship through sensation, breath, visualisation, stillness and integrated movement:

  • All levels of mobility welcome – no previous experience is necessary.
  • Please wear loose fitting clothing for the class
  • If you have a yoga mat, please bring it

Read More & to Book Inner Qigong Classes On-Line:

Prices per Two-Hour Class of Movement Shiatsu or Inner Qigong

  • £15 per class on the day, payments in cash or by card
  • £13 per class if 6-9 classes are block booked
  • £12 per class if 10 or more classes are block booked

Location & Travel Details:

2019 Programme of Weekend Workshops of Movement Shiatsu, Six Forms of Touch & Inner Qigong:
 
 
 

Six Forms of Touch

A Weekend of Movement Shiatsu at Ki Kai with Bill Palmer & Teresa Hadland

By Popular Demand an Additional Workshop Scheduled on Sat 13th – Sun 14th April 2019. Covering a Different Selection of Forms of Touch to January’s Workshop. The Weekend is Self-Contained so you don’t need to have attended the first Workshop but it serves as a follow-on for those who did  

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Book Here:

Full Price £175

10% Reduction to Registered Shiatsu Society Members Booking Online Quoting Coupon Code: SSUK2019

Payments by credit card or direct bank transfer also accepted

Email: enquiries@kikaishiatsuschool.co.uk

Venue: Ki Kai Shiatsu School, Islington, N1 1LP

This workshop serves as a gateway to postgraduate studies at the School for Experiential Education (SEED) and provides an extra workshop for the new Undergraduate Certificate and Diploma Course in Movement Shiatsu at Ki Kai Shiatsu School which started 23 February 2019.

 

Movement Shiatsu Weekend Workshops

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Applying Principles & Techniques of Practical Movement Shiatsu, Six Forms of Touch & Inner Qigong in Client Work , lead by Bill Commerford, Jonathan Clifford, Teresa Hadland and Kate Strong.
 
These weekends will explore creative and effective ways of working, that are easily accessible for clients, so that they can benefit from treatments that can assist self-confidence and a sense of autonomy. Workshops will include:
  • Developing your skills with clients to tailor treatments to their needs
  • Techniques to enhance your communication skills that will enable clients to participate more actively in treatments
  • How to enhance your treatments through different types of subtle but focused touch and intention rather than physical effort
  • Making Inner Qigong accessible to clients and how to model this in your treatments so that you can assist clients to experience their own sense of relationship with themselves through breath, stillness and integrated movement.

For more information email: enquiries@kikaishiatsuschool.co.uk

 
 

Ki Kai Shiatsu School has taught Shiatsu successfully for over 20 years and aims to:

          1. Offer the highest quality tuition in the skills of Shiatsu and Oriental Medicine.
          2. Make Shiatsu accessible to as wide a range of people as possible.
          3. Provide an open, co-operative, exploratory and supportive learning environment.
          4. Actively encourage the integration of Shiatsu into organised healthcare and as a service in community social health and well-being.

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