Welcome to Sourcepoint Shiatsu Centre


Our commitments to you

  • To offer the highest quality therapy by qualified professionals in a supportive environment
     
  • To provide comprehensive training in shiatsu therapy, maintaining the highest ethical and professional standards
     
  • To educate the public and other health care professionals about the effectiveness of shiatsu therapy

 

Specializing in:

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Shiatsu Therapy
Sourcepoint Shiatsu Therapy and Japanese Shiatsu Vancouver
Homeopathy
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Acupuncture
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Reiki
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Shiatsu Therapy Training
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CranioSacral Therapy
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Aromatherapy
   
       
 

Shiatsu Therapy Training

Shiatsu therapy is a powerful touch therapy that will enable you to change your life path and have a positive impact on the lives of others. Typically, students who attend our program want to dShiatsu Therapy from Sourcepoint Shiatsu Centre in Vancouverevelop and use the power of healing touch, and are eager to explore and learn about the eastern way of balancing body, mind and spirit as a means to achieving optimum health and happiness. They want to integrate western medical knowledge and the wisdom of eastern medicine into a professional health care practice that offers the best of both worlds to their clients.

 

Sourcepoint Shiatsu Therapy and Japanese Shiatsu Vancouver

ROOM RENTALS

We have a treatment room available for part time rental on November 1st. Contact Ted for details.

 TREATMENT PACKAGES 

Our treatment packages make your healthcare more affordable.  Click here for more details
 

Our Services

SHIATSU is a Japanese therapy that traces its origins back to ancient Chinese medical traditions. Combining the knowledge of anatomy and physiology with the wisdom of oriental medical philosophy, shiatsu employs the techniques of manual pressure and gentle stretching to release tension and stress. Some of the conditions that shiatsu can help include: muscular tension and pain, headaches, arthritic pain, digestive problems, menstrual irregularities, insomnia, and anxiety.

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The Shiatsu Therapy Program is offered annually in September.  The full time program is 22 weeks long and ends in March.   The program provides in depth professional training in the healing art of shiatsu therapy, as well as opportunities for personal growth and development.  Graduates of our 750 hour program are eligible to apply to the Shiatsu Therapy Association (S.T.A.) of B.C. for Registered Shiatsu Therapist (R.S.T.) status, and may also apply to become members of the American Organization of Bodywork Therapies of Asia (A.O.B.T.A.)

Our program integrates eastern medical philosophy with western sciences and self care.  It is this synthesis that helps make shiatsu therapy a unique and valuable component of an emerging health care model that recognizes the role of prevention and the use of non-invasive therapies.  The program provides comprehensive instruction in Zen Shiatsu, a form of Japanese physical therapy that utilizes firm sensitive pressure and gentle stretches to balance the flow of life force energy, or Ki, that underlies and energizes all of our functions.  Developed by Shizuto Masunaga, Zen Shiatsu is an integration of Master Masunaga’s vast clinical and teaching experience in shiatsu, eastern medical philosophy, western anatomy and physiology, and psychology.  The system recognizes that body, mind and spirit are a unified whole, and that touching another person is more than a purely physical act. Our graduates become skilled practitioners of this healing art and are prepared for success as members of a growing community of complementary health care professionals.

 

"...you are not looking for a specific disease but improving the patient's life by working from the roots of his existence and enlightening the patient to a better way of life."

Master Shizuto Masunaga