• Eri Ito

The Journey of Seiki Shiatsu Vol. 5

Updated: May 28








LONDON SEIKI MERIDIAN SHIATSU WORKSHOP with Tzvika Sensei


Day 1: We reviewed the side position sequence ‘kata’. In the lecture, Tzvika Sensei talked about the main difference between the two ways of oriental medicine diagnosis which are;


1. Analytical: diagnosis based on the theoretical knowledge such as the theory of acupuncture points and channels with exact anatomical location, and symptomatic pattern differentiation of diseases (e.g. TCM, acupuncture)


2. Intuitive: By developing the sensitivity to Qi so that the practitioner becomes able to visualise Meridians/channels, thus, able to diagnose and treat the patient accordingly (just like the old masters in China used to do thousands of years ago). And it is the Seiki Shiatsu method.


Tzvika Sensei explains how the diagnosis which relies on logic and analysis (TCM) alone cannot make the practitioners reach a higher level at their skills in healing and treatment. I am going to write about it in a later post.Tzvika Sensei says, 'I cannot teach you how to find Meridians, but I can teach you how to develop the sensitivity so that you can visualise and reach them in everyone.’]


For more information on Seiki Meridian Shiatsu: It is a Japanese traditional medical Shiatsu 🇯🇵, acupressure therapy, developed by Tzvika Calisar. Tzvika Sensei/teacher, currently based in Israel, has over thirty-five years of experience in practising and teaching Shiatsu. He lived in Japan, studied, practised and taught various styles of Shiatsu for over a decade. He frequently travels to teach Seiki Shiatsu worldwide including Europe and the UK. 🌎 ✈️The workshop takes place every three months in London.🇬🇧


Dates for the London workshop in 2020: January 24-26 April 24-26 July 24-26 October 9-11For information on Seiki Meridian Shiatsu, visit https://www.seikishiatsu.org For workshops in London, contact me. Eri Ito seikishiatsu.uk@gmail.com



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