Toby Warrener MRSS DIP BSS
BSS Diploma in Shiatsu Therapy and Traditional Chinese Medicine
Toby is a Graduate of the British School of Shiatsu and Professionally registered member of Shiatsu Society UK.
He is passionate about Shiatsu and feels his practice helps increases his client’s health and vitality by nourishing the circulation of blood and energy to the tissues and vital organs.
Toby also uses his own form of daily breathing and gentle stretching exercises in between treatments to further strengthen his clients healing process.
He Whole Heartedly believes that Shiatsu offers people simple but powerful way to maintain their own health in a gentle and supportive way.
INTRODUCTION TO SHIATSU
What happens in a Shiatsu session?
A session usually begins with a discussion about your health. Normally this would include any specific problems you have, and a discussion of your work, family, eating and exercise patterns.
This is followed by the Shiatsu treatment which lasts Approximately 60 minutes.
What Conditions are Shiatsu good for?
Shiatsu is a safe and gentle therapy which can help with most conditions.
Here are just a few of the conditions that Shiatsu has proven helpful with:
Insomnia, Circulation problems, Headaches, Migraines, Back pain, Neck Tension , Joint and Muscular problems , Menstral pain, Abdominal discomfort , Digestives disorders, Asthma and Respiratory problems, Sports induries, Stress and Depression, Exhaustion and Fatigue Etc.
What should I wear?
You remain fully clothed. You should wear loose fitting clothing, preferably with long sleeves as your body temperature often drops a little during the treatment. Avoid wearing skirts or jeans and please leave sometime between eating before and having your treatment. Avoid wearing skirts or jeans and please leave sometime between eating before and having your treatment as the Abdomen is one of the key areas a Shiatsu Practitioner will be working