Shiatsu College London

The London branch of the Shiatsu College is conveniently located only 1 minute walk from Brixton tube station at the light and airy Gong Bodywork (formerly known as Brixton Acupuncture and Shiatsu Space, BASS), a health and wellbeing project in the heart of Brixton just a few minutes from the famous vibrant Brixton market with a mix of vintage clothes, international food and bakers market. Our students come from across the south to the London branch and are able to study short courses, attend grass-roots events as well as accredited Acupressure and Shiatsu trainings.

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Location:

Gong Bodywork (formerly known as Brixton Acupuncture and Shiatsu Space, BASS), Studio 2, 34/44 Tunstall Road, London. SW9 8DA

Phone:

0208 671 0909

Email:

london@shiatsucollege.co.uk

The London branch also runs fully supervised, monthly student clinics. For more information and booking info please email Christian Huber or see the Events listing below.

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Dates for 2018/19:

Acupressure Certificate (Year 1)


Term 2

Jan 26-17 2019
Feb 9-10
Mar 2-3
Apr 6-7

Term 3

May 11-12
(May 17-20: The Residential: included in Yr 3, optional for Yrs 1 & 2)*
Jun 1-2
Jun 29-30

Year 2


Term 2

Jan 12-13 2019
Feb 9-10
Mar 16-17
Apr 20-21

Term 3

May 11-12
(May 17-20: The Residential: included in Yr 3, optional for Yrs 1 & 2)*
Jun 1-2
Jul 13-14

Year 3


Term 2

Jan 12-13 2019
Feb 23-24
Mar 16-17
Apr 20-21

Term 3

May 17-20: The Residential (included in Yr 3, optional for Yrs 1 & 2)*
Jun 8-9
Jul 13-14

* The College runs a very popular annual Residential course as part of the Diploma training. This is now open to all levels, including post-graduate students from our linked international project New Energy Work (newenergywork.com). Diploma students are required to attend the Residential as part of their Year 3


Dates for 2019/20:

Acupressure Certificate (Year 1)

Term 1

Oct 12-13 2019
Nov 2-3
Nov 23-24
Dec 14-15

Term 2

Jan 18-19 2020
Feb 8-9
Feb 29 / Mar 1
Mar 28-29

Term 3

(Apr 3-6: The Residential: included in Yr 3, optional for Yrs 1 & 2)*
Apr 18-19
May 9-10
Jun 6-7

Year 2

Term 1

Sep 28-29 2019
Oct 19-20
Nov 9-10
Nov 30 / Dec 1

Term 2

Jan 11-12 2020
Feb 8-9
Mar 7-8
Mar 28-29

Term 3

(Apr 3-6: The Residential: included in Yr 3, optional for Yrs 1 & 2)*
Apr 25-26
May 16-17
Jun 13-14

Year 3

Term 1

Sep 28-29 2019
Oct 19-20
Nov 9-10
Nov 30 / Dec 1

Term 2

Jan 11-12 2020
Feb 15-16
Mar 7-8

Term 3

Apr 3-6: The Residential*
Apr 25-26
May 16-17
Jun 13-14

* The College runs a very popular annual Residential course as part of the Diploma training. This is now open to all levels, including post-graduate students from our linked international project New Energy Work (newenergywork.com). Diploma students are required to attend the Residential as part of their Year 3


Fees for 2019/20:

Year 1

(Acupressure Certificate)

£1690
(includes online Anatomy course)

Year 2

(Shiatsu Diploma)

£1990
(includes online Physiology & Pathology course)

Year 3

(Shiatsu Diploma)

£2250
(includes online Physiology & Pathology course; April Residential)

All fees include registration with LASER learning for course accreditation.


 


Additional Workshops & Classes:

Oct
5
Sat
Foundations of Holistic Acupressure @ Brighton
Oct 5 @ 10:00 am – Dec 8 @ 5:30 pm
Foundations of Holistic Acupressure @ Brighton

Over 3 weekends, learn how to give simple, effective Acupressure whilst benefiting your own well-being.  Gain insights into your own energies and health.  Relax, calm the mind and celebrate your own creativity and potential.

Themes covered include:

  • Shiatsu routines in different positions
  • Grounding and support
  • Love and mindfulness
  • Power and potential

This course runs for 3 weekends: Oct 5/6 (also available as our Introduction to Holistic Acupressure, for those who can’t make the subsequent weekends) Nov 2/3; Dec 7/8.  Alternatively, you can join us for one or two of the weekend.

All welcome  – beginners, improvers and therapists wanting to broaden their skills.

For more information and to register for the morning please contact Debbie on 01273 782872 or email on the link above

Grassroots Shiatsu – Introduction to Energywork @ Brighton
Oct 5 @ 10:00 am – 1:15 pm

Saturday mornings are our time to awaken and develop our Qi, through Qigong, meditation, visualisation and play.

Our October Grassroots is an introduction to the principles of energywork and is particularly useful for relaxation, improving posture and calming the mind.

These sessions are for people who are:

  • interested in these studies but have limited time to dedicate to them
  • want to support and improve their own health and wellbeing
  • want fun, regular input into their own self-development

The morning is followed by a shared lunch which visitors are also welcome to join in with  –  just bring something to add to the buffet.

For more information and to register for a morning please contact Debbie on 01273 782872 or email.

MS Centre location details can be found here.

Nov
3
Sun
Grassroots Shiatsu: Breathe and Let Go @ Brighton
Nov 3 @ 10:00 am – 1:15 pm

Come and learn about the beauty of the metal element which supports us to release and let go of what we no longer need in our life.

These morning sessions are for people who are either:

  • interested in these studies but have limited time to dedicate to it
  • want to support and improve their own health and well-being
  • want fun, regular input into their own self-development

For more information and to register for the morning please contact Debbie on 01273 782872 or email on the link above.

Please click here to visit the Workshops & Classes page for a list of all of the events from every branch of the Shiatsu College


London Teaching Team:

Jane Lyons BA(Hons) ITEC FwSS – Branch Principal

Jane Lyons is passionate about Shiatsu and she loves the honesty and integrity of the connection that it allows between people. Her students particularly love the clarity, energy, imagination and humour of her teaching. Jane has been teaching Shiatsu since 1991, she is also a Ki Aikido Teacher, an approved Shiatsu Society (UK) assessor, a trained Massage Therapist, a visual artist and member of the Ki Federation of Great Britain.

Matt Woods FwSS

Matt Woods enjoys the magical mix of the profound and the humorous, in both his daily life and his teaching of Shiatsu. He is a Sei-Ki, Qigong and Taiji practitioner as well as a Shiatsu practitioner with experience in palliative care for people living with HIV & AIDS. He currently works at the Brighton Housing Trust Detox & Recovery Projects. Matt has had a lifelong interest in self-development and energy work, which grew originally from a meditation and yoga practice. As well as Shiatsu Matt continues to study and practise Sei-Ki.

Annie Cryar BSc Cert.Ed(1974) FwSS

Annie is Principal of the Shiatsu College, Hastings. She started her career as a teacher in primary schools in the early 1970‘s and her interest in the art of teaching continues to the present day. Annie has a wide range of teaching experience and has mentored teacher-trainees in both mainstream education and for the UK Shiatsu Society. Annie is a member of the Shiatsu Society’s teacher trainer panel and has worked with The Shiatsu College teacher training programme, she has also assisted on the National College of School Leadership, a professional programme for head teachers. She gained a qualification in Internal Verification in 2010. Annie was inspired to practise Qigong through the teaching of Nicola Ley and Paul Lundberg and has more recently studied with Sifu Wing Cheung. She has taught Qigong, Yoga and Shiatsu for the past nineteen years. She is committed to helping students find the best in themselves to teach the form, the essence and the spirit of Qigong.

Catherine Burnett BEd FwSS

Catherine graduated as a teacher of Physical Education with Dance in 1993 and her teaching background led her to a career in management training and development. She was responsible for the design and delivery of development workshops and one to one coaching, including stress management and the art of facilitation. A registered teacher with the Shiatsu Society, she enjoys sharing in the wonder of our connection with Qi and the natural world. Since 2007 she has been training with Sifu Wing Cheung, who inspired her to spread the benefits of Qigong to the wider community. She has worked in partnership with the N.H.S., E.S.C.C., Hastings Borough Council and Rother District Council on various community well being projects. The combination of the ancient wisdom of Taoism and new perspectives in Energy Medicine continues to influence her teaching. Catherine is passionate about the integration of Shiatsu and Qigong into mainstream healthcare

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