Workshops, Classes & Events

The Shiatsu College offers a wide variety of workshops, events, short courses, local community grassroots initiatives and more. Courses include introductory Shiatsu workshops, for beginners to find out more about this wonderful healing art, as well as a rolling programme of related topics for all levels, from complete beginners to master classes. Workshops vary between the regional Branches and are updated regularly

Workshops are for:

  • Complete beginners – to gain practical skills in working with your own energies and in helping others
  • Complementary Therapists – to add to the skills you already have
  • Professional Shiatsu Practitioner Diploma students 
  • All Shiatsu students, practitioners & teachers – to develop and expand your practice of Shiatsu and energy work

For CPD opportunities please visit, join the New Energy Work Emailing list to receive news or check with your local branch

Shiatsu College Residential

The Shiatsu College’s famously popular Residential has changed format in recent years and combined with our annual Teachers’ Meeting. We’ve opened it out to invite all students: welcoming 1st Year Acupressure Certificate level and 2nd Year Zen Shiatsu students, as well as 3rd year Diploma students and all past Graduates! Click here for more details.


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The Norwich Shiatsu College branch has a quarterly e-mailing list which sends you up to date information on regional workshops to your inbox! Visit the Norwich Branch page to sign up.


The Creative Body @ Inner space
May 23 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
The Creative Body @ Inner space

Workshops weaving elements of Somatic Movement, Dance Improvisation, Yoga & Bodywork

“The experiment deepens as the body lets us in” John Stirk

Through opening our awareness to the relationship between sensing and perceiving we can discover new movement possibilities and investigate the creative potential of dancing and being together. Guided movement and bodywork explorations will facilitate a supportive environment for each participant to delve into embodied practice and play.

Open to all levels of experience

Booking is required: 07503 258670. Find out more about Cat & Gaelin here

About the Tutors
Dance artists and bodywork practitioners Gaelin Little and Cat Westwood have been working together and teaching for over a decade. They are both artistic co-directors of dance quartet Eleven Farrer House. Their collective work draws from their own practice in studio together as well as various somatic disciplines including: Body Mind Centering®, Authentic Movement, Somatic Movement Therapy, Contact Improvisation, Shiatsu, Butoh Dance and Meridian Yoga

Photography: top left Robin Wilson, bottom left Zannie Fraser, Right side Franziska Boehm