If you have any questions or would like to book a treatment, then please contact Megan on:

01273 684939

or email: mrrstuart@yahoo.com


Megan Stuart TZSS CH

Megan has a background of music, performing, theatre, healing and many years of teaching and working with children. She has a long-standing interest in and experience of many complementary therapies, and brings all her experiences into giving shiatsu treatments with sensitivity and depth.

Having discovered the Zen School of Shiatsu 6 years ago, she finds that working with people to facilitate their self-healing on all levels - physical, emotional, mental and spiritual - enhances her own sense of vitality, groundedness and well-being.

She has particular experience and understanding of working with pregnant women and children - shiatsu can be safely received throughout pregnancy as a relaxing and nurturing experience for both mother and baby.

Megan is a teacher at the Zen School of Shiatsu, and has studied Taoist Qi Gong healing with Master Mantak Chia.

Zen Shiatsu is a Japanese therapy based on the ancient theories and wisdom of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Shiatsu literally means "finger push", often known as acupressure. A treatment includes palm and finger pressure and gentle stretches which connect with the energy flowing around the body. Each internal organ (for example the lungs, liver and heart) has a meridian or energy line which runs through the body. These meridians are affected by the everyday stresses of life: overwork, a sedentary lifestyle, lack of rest and calm, emotional traumas and illness all contribute to blockages and imbalances forming within the meridians. These blockages may manifest in different ways such as tension, pain and fatigue. By tonifying or releasing the energy within the meridians, shiatsu works to encourage the body to rediscover its own balance.

Shiatsu has many benefits for health and wellbeing. It is a wonderful way to take some time for yourself, connect with your body, relax, clear any tension and blockages from your system and generally boost your immunity. After a treatment, which lasts about an hour, you may feel invigorated yet deeply relaxed.

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