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Move n’ Flow

Move n’ Flow is a body, mind, subject/object awareness method for achieving peak performance as well as a way of finding flow in everyday activities. Life is filled with various rhythms. If our body and mind become synchronized with these rhythms then flow or “effortless action” is possible. Many of us have experienced “effortless action”, a moment of totally absorption and ease, a feeling of merging with an activity or experience. These times are often remembered as highlights in our life, though tend to come about randomly and are elusive and fleeting. The experience is often amazing yet we find little understanding of how or why it happened that way. Move n’ Flow provides a foundation for learning and performing your chosen activities at a higher potential with effortless ease, confidence and enjoyment. You are welcome to experience Move n’ Flow in our tennis and tango lessons as well as many other activities of learning and performance

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What is shiatsu?

Shiatsu is from Japan and means “finger pressure. It is often described as “acupuncture without needles”. Originating in Japan though now practiced worldwide, shiatsu has gained recognition as an effective bodywork/energy therapy to restore and maintain health.

It is beneficial to receive a shiatsu under many circumstances. Some reasons include: a need to de-stress, have generalized or specific pain, experiencing low energy, want to feel more connected to your body, or rehabilitate from an injury. Sometimes you may feel out of sorts and the rebalancing of energy from a shiatsu session can make you to feel much better. So shiatsu can be used both as a healing modality and preventatively as a means of staying healthy.

Massage relaxes muscles and improves blood circulation. While shiatsu can do this it also does much more. Shiatsu works both on the physical and energetic level of the body. Similar to acupuncture shiatsu unblocks stagnant Chi energy in the body’s meridian system. This is done via finger pressure on acupressure points instead of using needles. In this process muscles, connective tissues, and joints relax and expand slightly to allow for more blood and energy flow. Restoring and balancing this energy and blood flow nourishes the organ systems (heart, liver, lungs, intestines, stomach, spleen, bladder and kidneys) as well as detoxifying the body on the cellular level. Shiatsu also differs from massage in that you remain clothed and no oils or lotions are necessary during the session.

The shiatsu practitioner asks about your health and any concerns you might have. The session begins with you lying down on a shiatsu mat while the shiatsu practitioner applies hand or finger pressure on specific points on your body to promote circulation and energy flow. Joint rotations and stretches are also a part of the relaxing shiatsu experience.

It is recommended not to have a large meal within the hour of your scheduled appointment. Bring a change of comfortable clothes, ie sweat pants and top, and a clean pair of socks.

Shiatsu is very effective for treating stress and body aches. There are many postural and stress-related conditions which shiatsu can help alleviate as well. These include; digestion, headaches, arthritis, back, neck, shoulder pain, fatigue, anxiety, depression, asthma, allergies, tinnitus, sleep problems and many more.

It depends. Some people receive shiatsu on a weekly basis to regain health and find shiatsu is a good way to stay healthy. Another common interval is once every two weeks or once a month. Others come in a few times a year for a body tune-up. It is a matter of choice.

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