Shiatsu For Beginners ~A Five Week Series With Moriah Ella Mason

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Shiatsu is a traditional Japanese form of massage, featuring acupressure and deep stretching. It’s a versatile form that does not require equipment and can be used to treat everything from stress to muscle soreness to headaches.

In this series you will learn the basic techniques of Shiatsu. Each class will focus on a pair of meridians and the parts of the body they pass through. You will learn how to locate acupressure points and how to safely and joyfully practice Shiatsu on friends and family. Each class will include a mix of lecture on anatomy and the five element theory with hands on practice. Drop-ins will be admitted as space allows, but students who take all five classes will finish the series with the ability to perform a full-body traditional Shiatsu session. Wear comfortable, stretchable clothes and be comfortable lying and kneeling on the floor or a yoga mat or blanket. You do not need to come with a partner.

Sundays from 1:00-2:30pm
March 26th ~Earth
April 2nd ~Metal
April 9th ~Water
April 23rd ~Wood
April 30th ~Fire
***please note that there is no class on April 16th

$75 for the whole series when you pre-register
$20/class drop-in rate
*Drop-ins will be admitted as space allows. Highly recommend pre-registration.
You may register by using the "find tickets" link or by calling 412-407-7829

Moriah Ella Mason, L.M.T.
Ella began her massage therapy career in 2010 after graduating from the Finger Lakes School of Massage in Ithaca, NY. With over 1,000 hours of formal training and 6 years of practice Ella has experience helping clients with a wide range of goals: everything from sciatica to bursitis to post-traumatic stress disorder.
Ella is also an experienced professional modern dancer and movement educator. She brings this unique skill set to her teaching, helping students develop greater body awareness and knowledge of anatomy through movement.
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By: Mookshi Wellness Center

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