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Shiatsu with Lisa Esmonde, Sheffield

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My background and approach

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I specialise in Shiatsu, a form of body work originating from Japan that gently enables your body to relax and promotes well-being. If you feel stress and tension are interfering with your well-being or ability to deal with illness, Shiatsu is proven to help you manage both with its profoundly relaxing effect.  My private clinic is in Sheffield, South Yorkshire on London Road at 4 Good Health Clinic.  I also work at the Cavendish Cancer Care Centre and at Weston Park Hospital’s Cancer Information and Support Centre.

From the moment I first start talking with Lisa at the start of each treatment I feel calmer. Knowing that Lisa will listen and respond to my needs is so reassuring. The treatments themselves are so personal and beneficial, I can honestly say that I feel so much 'lighter' in every sense of the word when I leave. Jane

I have been having regular Shiatsu sessions for over a year now. I have Motor Neurone Disease which has left my body virtually paralysed from the neck down. The combination of gentle movements,pressure point work and the overall relaxation offered by the sessions means that they have become an invaluable part of my life. Lisa’s physiological and intuitive knowledge of my body has meant that each session can be tailored to my current needs. If you are thinking of trying a Shiatsu session, whether it be for emotional or physical reasons i would urge you to give it a go. Julie

11 years of experience as a Shiatsu practitioner

 

Working within the NHS, Charitable and Private clinic settings

 

Member of the UK’s Shiatsu Society (MRSS)

 

Post-graduate training in body alignment and stress-release

 

Experience in helping people who have Motor Neurone Disease and Multiple Sclerosis

 

I work with the emotional impact of these and other ailments on overall well-being