HMS: Shiatsu I | August 13, 2018 - August 18, 2018

HMS: Shiatsu I

Hawaii Massage School: Shiatsu I

Students are introduced to the Japanese healing art of Shiatsu. This course presents Oriental Philosophy and the theory of Yin and Yang through Aikido, Yoga and, Qi Gong. Students will learn the techniques of Shiatsu necessary for the effective practice of massage. Shiatsu is practiced based on twelve meridians. Students will learn and practice how to release and tonify these meridians, along with oriental breathing, Qi flow, intention and physical postures of the practitioner. Students will learn Shiatsu sequences in both the Prone and seated Position along with more than 30 basic acupressure points. Every morning students start with Energetic Aquatic Shiatsu Yoga (self- care) in the warm pool for one hour to learn the meridian and points through gentle yoga.

This class is approved by NCBTMB as continuing education units (CEU's).

In class schedule:  8:30am-12:30p, 2pm-6pm


To Register:

Michael Ceraso
Phone: 1(800) 800-6886 x126
Email: [email protected]
Website: Hawaii Massage School

Class Fees

Tuition: $700. Fees include workshop and lunch on class days.
Special note: the last day of class will be open to previous students as a review day for a flat rate of $65.
Prices subject to change without notice.

  • Facilitated by: Shinzo Fujimaki
  • Dates: August 13, 2018 - August 18, 2018
Shinzo Fujimaki
Shinzo Fujimaki
Shinzo Fujimaki LMT is an internationally renowned healer and teacher who is the founder of the innovative fusion, Shiatsu Yoga, from which he developed the warm-water practices called Energetic Aquatic Shiatsu Yoga (E.A.S.Y. also known as Clinical Ai Chi) as well as Fire and Water. These unique approaches to the therapeutic exercise maximize health through the use of acupressure and conscious, gentle yoga stretches along the body’s meridians. Since 1985 he has practiced Shiatsu and taught at numerous massage schools, acupuncture colleges and spas for over 20 years in the U.S.A, Japan, Switzerland and Canada.