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October 26, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

By donation


Introduction to Aromatherapy from an East-West perspective.  Also, Seymour will unveil his long researched and newly created line of 5 element essential oils


followed by Zen-Touch™ Shiatsu with health assessments and recommendations


Shiatsu Gallbladder/Bladder stretch

Zen-Touch Shiatsu is a trademarked ™ innovative hybrid of shiatsu, acupressure, and Asian/Eastern bodywork created by Seymour Koblin.

Practitioners apply pressure while stretching limbs gradually. The attitude of compassion, respect and “energetic empathy” that accompanies the work, serves to stimulate “chi” flow, circulation and vitality.

Every touch combines health assessment and therapy as the practitioner sensitively responds to the unique condition of each client…… A dual journey in healing for both client and practitioner.
The versatility of light energy balancing, deep holding, stretching, elbow, foot and knee techniques or stimulating hand movements provide the practitioner with a vast repertoire of methods to affect profound changes with clients.

Do you want to try shiatsu with our students for free? Come to join us – every Thursday – Get recommendations for improving your health and vitality. Start to learn anytime!


Zen-Touch2 Shiatsu lift

Because of the popularity of Thai massage and it’s similarity of moves and stretches to Zen-Touch™, Seymour created a Zen-Thai Touch practitioner program so graduates are prepared for clients and employers who request  Shiatsu or Thai massage.


Seymour has taught this course in Thailand to advanced Thai practitioners who wanted to incorporate Energy Work, Body Reading, Chinese Medicine applications and how to add intuition, and improvisation to Thai massage that is typically more of a routine massage style. The course can be taught in shorter or longer formats depending on the needs of the student or spa that wants to incorporate the Zen-Thai Touch style into their menu. it can be taught and practiced on a mat or table.

Free SHIATSU & Health Assessments

Practitioners who already have familiarity with Western massage Thai, Shiatsu or Tui Na may require less training than beginners.

Probably the biggest difference in the actual work is that Zen-Thai Touch is slower than Thai massage. Zen-Thai Touch Practitioners are trained to feel the Energy field in a client that moves with the blood circulation and heartbeat. This involves more holding and listening before moving to another location. The principles of Zen-Touch™ ~Reverence ~Be Received~ Flow continuously,~Be Natural and always use and balance at least~ 2 areas of contact, creates a session that is never painful even when deep pressure is applied.



October 26, 2017
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
By donation
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