The Manchester Branch of Shiatsu College is located in the heart of Manchester in the iconic cultural hub of the Northern Quarter within easy walking distance of both train stations. Classes take place at the beautiful studios of The Bodywise Natural Health Centre above the peaceful Manchester Buddhist Centre with the delicious Earth Cafe downstairs and an exciting selection of good food on our doorstep.
Bodywise Natural Health Centre (within Manchester Buddhist Centre), 16-20 Turner Street. Manchester. M4 1DZ
Dates for 2020/21:
Sep 26-27 2020
Jan 16 2021
Fees for 2020/21:
(includes online Anatomy course)
(includes online Physiology & Pathology course)
(includes online Physiology & Pathology course; May Residential)
All fees include registration with LASER learning for course accreditation.
Additional Workshops & Classes:
Manchester Teaching Team:
Anne Palmer MSc MBAcC FwSS
Anne’s early work in Medical Genetics, together with her Shiatsu, Tai Chi and Acupuncture practice, contribute to her ongoing fascination with the miracle that is the human body/mind/spirit. Her teaching is laced with a mischievous sense of humour and she is thrilled when her students also experience the possibility of the universe as a harmonious whole. She is an Editor for the Shiatsu Society Journal, former Chair of Shiatsu Society and her Acupuncture MSc Dissertation was on Shiatsu for people with shoulder pain.
Mandy Mosley NCAD.Dip FwSS
Mandy sees Shiatsu as having a huge and exciting potential for change for the individual on all levels. She works with various community & health initiative projects (eg Age UK) Mandy uses Shiatsu in workplace and corporate environments and she started Tai Chi and Qigong whilst living in a Camphill community. Originally an Art College graduate, Mandy is also a potter.
Hannah Mackay PhD BA FwSS
Hannah is a creative person and expresses her curiosity of life through the writing of poetry. She also enjoys exploring energy and embodiment through movement and dance. Hannah has a very inquisitive nature which comes across in her exploration of how best to facilate her students in gaining their own understanding of Shiatsu and Chinese Medicine. She has a background in academic research (psychotherapy and complementary medicine) which really supports her role as a Shiatsu teacher. Hannah has also completed a specialist training in using shiatsu to support mothers during pregnancy and childbirth.