Ki Kai Shiatsu School

May 2021 News

Ki Kai School On-Line Qigong Classes Via Zoom 9-9:45 a.m. in May 2021 led by Bill Commerford  – for more information and to book: enquiries@kikaishiatsuschool.co.uk

May 2021 Qigong Classes Via Zoom: 

Saturday 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th

Wednesday 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th

 

Attending in Person: Ki Kai School Classes, Workshops, Courses & Events and Observing Current Covid-19 Precautions

Ki Kai Shiatsu School’s premises at Liverpool Road Community Centre, Laycock Street N1 1LP are closed whilst Lockdown regulations are in operation in accordance with current UK Government Health and Safety Covid-19 precautions. 

Movement Shiatsu Practice Classes will Resume as Soon as Conditions Normalise

Futons will be provided but for everyone’s health and safety you must bring your own:

  • PEP Mask
  • clean sheet or throw (to cover the futon)
  • hand towels or cloths 
  • Alcohol based hand gel to apply to hands after washing them and between treatments 

More Information & to Book:

  • Please Observe the Covid-19 Health & Safety Guidelines listed above and bring with you the items advised.
  • Spring 2021 Classes will be monthly on Fridays from 7.00 – 9.00p.m and will be led by Bill Commerford. Check Calendar 

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

Ki Kai Introductory / Taster Workshops in Movement Shiatsu Will Resume in June 2021 providing conditions normalise.

The dates of these workshops are TBC. Check Calendar 

 
Each workshop is self-contained and designed to give prospective students considering enrolling on the Certificate or Diploma in Shiatsu and Movement Shiatsu a sense of Ki Kai Shiatsu School, our informal teaching style in a supportive learning environment and the ways in which we model and introduce client-centred bodywork and interactive Movement Shiatsu, the Six Forms of Touch and Inner Qigong as effective ways of treating and deepening our sense of self-awareness and quality of communication and relationship with self and others. 
 
For more information visit: Ki Kai Introductory Workshops
 
 

2021 Ki Kai Courses: Certificate & Diploma in Shiatsu & Movement Shiatsu Will Resume in September 2021 (dates to be confirmed)

 
For more information visit:
 
 
For more information on all our events Check Calendar 

If you have any questions, email: enquiries@kikaishiatsuschool.co.uk

To speak with a tutor, call +44 (0)7876 43 29 39

 

Inner Qigong Classes

Ki Kai On-Line Inner Qigong Classes Via Zoom are twice weekly from 9-9:45 a.m. on Wednesdays and Saturdays since May 2020 – classes are led by Bill Commerford. Classes are open to all levels of mobility and experience. Each class starts with a Do-In or warm up and those who may prefer to remain seated can do so and still benefit from these sessions. Payment is by donation. More information and to participate,  contact Bill: enquiries@kikaishiatsuschool.co.uk

Check Calendar

We are not currently running Inner Qigong classes at Ki Kai but will review this in Spring 2021. In the meantime we invite you to attend our on-line classes: these 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
  • Loose fitting clothing for classes is advised
  • A yoga mat if you have one is useful for floor exercises

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

 

Ki Kai Shiatsu School has taught Shiatsu successfully for over 30 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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