Children, Hospitals

Shiatsu at Hippokratio Pain Clinic

The possibility of using Shiatsu as a complementary tool for chronic pain management became clear to the doctors who had the opportunity to observe Shiatsu sessions.
Children, Empowerment

The ‘Shiatsu Giovani’ Project

Shiatsu helps the children discover two very important aspects of themselves: they experience their boundaries and learn to enjoy their bodies.

Shiatsu for People Emerging from Coma

People with severe brain injuries need exactly what everyone else needs: presence, careful and subtle listening. Shiatsu is a gentle and steady technique that proved its worth in these testing situations.

Shiatsu for Medical Staff in 10 Covid Intensive Care Units in Uruguay

“In 27 years of work as a doctor, this is the first time I have experienced someone taking care of me.” Doctor in Covid ICU, Centro Covid 2, Montevideo, Uruguay.

Shiatsu for Change

Shiatsu For Change was set up to provide affordable Shiatsu, Qigong and self-healing. The goal of this project is to give women the choice to take more responsibility for their own physical and mental health and wellbeing.
Children, Hospitals

Shiatsu at Schneider Children’s Hospital, Israel

Shiatsu helps manage physical and mental symptoms and side effects and improves quality of life as a complement to conventional cancer treatments.

Project Serenity In the Iris Sud Hospital Consortium, Brussels

Promoting psycho-physical well-being, providing mental support and recognition through touch, raising awareness of the importance of self-care.
Humanitarian Crisis

Shiatsu in Emergency Situations in Puerto Rico

The power of Shiatsu reaches far beyond consciousness – it touches the very filaments of existence itself.

Free Shiatsu Treatments for Healthcare Workers in Hungary

The “heart goal” of the project was for the Shiatsu community to give back by creating space and time for relaxation, recharge and recovery.

Shiatsu Treatments for HIV-positive Patients, St. Pierre Hospital, Brussels

Positive feedback from an initial trial session convinced the medical staff to set up a regular Shiatsu program for their HIV-infected patients.