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Treatments feedback week of 5th May 2014

‘I feel 3 inches taller and 10 years younger after today’s treatment.  You’ve helped me a great deal over the years – especially through recovery from radio therapy and hormone therapy, which was a depressing time for me. All your … Continue reading

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Structural Alignment and Central Channel review courses – Budapest October 2014

Liz will be taking the  5 day Structural course to Budapest 20-25 October &  2 day review of the Central Channel 26-27 October 2014. ‘Central Channel work is powerful and there’s a lot of theory and practice to absorb. Liz … Continue reading

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New course in Edinburgh – Structural alignment 5-7 September & 3-5 October 2014

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2014 new course – Bath

Central Channel course in Bath. 7-9- & 28-30 March 2014 with Liz Arundel and Rachel Boase ‘Restoring motion, alignment and vitality’ – Saul Goodman’s masterpiece contribution to body work £450, non-fundable and non-transferrable deposit of £100. Early bird £425 by … Continue reading

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Structural Alignment Bath 2013

STRUCTURAL ALIGNMENT BATH 2013 with  Liz Arundel MRSS T & Rachel Boase MRSS T   14th June 2-9pm, 15 & 16 June, 10-5pm  28th June 2-9pm, 29 & 30 June, 10-5pm  New Oriel Hall, Brookleaze Buildings, Larkhall, Bath, BA1 6RA Have you … Continue reading

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GV/Spine course 6-8 & 27-29 April 2012, Edinburgh

This course is the core of the Shiatsu-Shintai approach to releasing deeply held patterns and habits in the body and mind. I am still curious and fascinated how it works after practicing it for 25 years! Through receiving treatments in … Continue reading

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2013 courses

Central Channel Release This course shows how to activate and energise the Primary Information System through a series of gentle and precise holds on the dural membrane attachments. This is Saul Goodman’s masterpiece contribution to bodywork which I have been … Continue reading

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