Offerings Shiatsu praxis Micheline Pfister
Shiatsu is a gentle form of energetic bodywork. Its goal is to harmonize the flow of energy throughout the body. Originally Shiatsu is from Japan, and is one of the accepted methods of complementary therapy in Switzerland. By gentle, deep pressure along the meridians using thumbs, hands, elbows, or knees, the energy flow is stimulated and the self-healing forces are activated. In this way, blockages can be resolved which express themselves as tensions, stiffness and pain in the body, or which manifest themselves as emotional disturbances. In addition, Shiatsu is also suitable as a complementary accompaniment to Western medicine's therapy of serious diseases. This is an area which I have focused on in recent years.
Areas of Specialization
Through my specialized training and my experience over the years, I often accompany patients with the following diseases:
As a complement to Western medicine. The goals are reduction ofside effects from other therapies, and support of the immune system as well as the soul.
Immersion and deep dive into an hour of relaxation, rest and release. An opportunity to get to know and feel ones body again.
Mostly in addition to a classic treatment. To achieve a deep relaxation and find his own strength again.
Treatment of the physical symptoms of the disease in addition to Western medicine, as well as in support of mental well-being.
Frequently accompanied by a medical treatment. A subtle approach to the underlying causes, and as a moment of rest.
To rediscover its resources, to feel like one’s self again and to regain strength, in order to search for a new path.
Shiatsu promotes health and general well-being, and supports physical and spiritual processes of transformation. Shiatsu can support you in the following ways:
- disorders of the vegetative nervous
- chronic diseases (e.g., diabetes, high blood pressure)
- respiratory complaints
- general tension and discomfort
- neck, shoulder and back problems
- headaches and migraines
- stress and nervousness
- digestive problems
- fatigue and general lack of energy
- menstrual problems
- support during pregnancy and birth