Shiatsu for wei team
Our theoretical base and our fixed point of reference is Chinese Medicine, seen as a worldview with its own - different from the Western - position on symptom, disease, pathology and treatment. This differentiation lies in the approach of the symptom, in the sense that in Western medicine its elimination is usually the end of treatment, while in Chinese Medicine the concept of treatment is not limited to this purpose. In this logic, there is no consistent protocol for the symptom, as the search for its true cause determines the steps of the treatment. Thus, each person is treated differently.
Vital energy Qi
The vital energy (Qi) flows into the body in meridian channels, forming a network that fills the entire body just as water flows to all parts of a plant. Through the shiatsu technique, it is sought to restore the flow of Qi. Shiatsu manages to detect the points-organs where this flow is blocked and the trace that led to it.
In our practice, the therapeutic framework that the therapist-treated person relationship creates is fundamental. Within this, the patient is given the space to talk about the symptom/pain, but also about himself. This process can lead to movement: from the condition in which the pain dominates, autonomous and unrelated, to the awareness of the pattern that precedes an upsurge/crisis. In this way, pain is perceived as a part of the overall image of everyday life. The cure therefore lies in this consciousness, in the light of which the individual is reconnected to both himself and others. Through all of this, we intend to show Shiatsu as a holistic and complete cure.