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Thursday, April 5 • 16:00 - 17:30
ZenThai Shiatsu - The Tiger Meets The Dragon (a joint mobilisation workshop)

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Within Chinese Medicine the metal element is represented by the white tiger, precise, strong and pure whilst the wood element is represented by the Emerald dragon, abundant, flowing and generous. This gets played out within our physical, psychological and energetic beings. It is a relationship that dictates our harmonious flow within and out, within our surrounding environment and has a large impact on the health of our joints.
In this class we take a good structural and energetic look at the shoulder joint.
Discover a simple yet very effective thai massages sequence that deals with this troublesome joint.

Embrace the depth of Chinese medicine as we  free flowing movement to harmonise the liver and its role towards tendons and ligaments.

Invite the strength and sensitivity  of the tiger to allow the free flowing dance of a happy dragon. Yoga asana and Bodywork with Chinese medicine.

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Gwyn Williams

Australia, Zenthai Shiatsu
Zenthai shiatsu was created by Gwyn Williams over 15 years ago, as a fusion of Zen shiatsu, Thai massage and osteopathic technique. The sacredness of touch continues to be his inspiration, the evolution continues whilst welcoming any music or movement form that bring us away from division and back home to unity and ultimately true freedom.Gwyn's work can be explored through his book ' The Zen of touch ', the Zenthai Shiatsu website or the Zenthai healing centers in Australia (Sunny coast, qld) or Bali (Shanti Agung Retreat Centre). More recently the Zenthai bodywork has evolved into a rhythmic, fluid yoga asana practice involving the 5 elements, however it is noted that whenever one is in "a state of trust, curiously exploring and fully engaging in the moment" we are in the practice of Zenthai. For more information about Gwyn, see... Read More →

Thursday April 5, 2018 16:00 - 17:30