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Ealing School of Shiatsu
Ealing School of Shiatsu
45 Highview Road,
Ealing, London, W13 0HA
United Kingdom

Massage & Therapy Centre

Ealing School of Shiatsu
45 Highview Road,
Ealing, London, W13 0HA
United Kingdom
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Ealing School of Shiatsu part of Shiatsu Society

Shiatsu is a traditional hands on therapy with its roots in Japanese and Chinese Medical systems. It is primarily a Japanese form of massage, using pressure on the energy pathways of Chinese acupuncture in order to rebalance the flow of vital energy or ’Ki’. This holistic principle of rebalancing ‘Ki’ helps restore health, vitality and wholeness physically, emotionally and psychologically, and creates a deeper sense of well-being with a more harmonious feel for life.

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  • Deep Tissue Massage (1)
  • Shiatsu Massage (5)
  • Therapeutic Massage (7)
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Verified review Visited July 2011
Posted 3 years ago
Very calm environment - not at the original venue as it was booked out. The therapist was very professional and the massage was great for getting those knots out of my shoulders.

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Verified review Visited July 2011
Posted 3 years ago
I wanted to go to the Ealing School of Shiatsu but when I booked they had no therapists available so sent me to someone in Kew, which was quite a bit further away. The therapist was quite good, but somehow the way he placed the cushions was uncomfortable so I wasn't able to relax as much as I hoped I would. If I was living nearer to Kew I might go again, but it's not really convenient for me at all.

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Verified review Visited May 2011
Posted 3 years ago
I contacted David at Ealing school of massage. As I lived in Clapham Junction, he recommended that I get in touch with another one of his therapists. I'd arranged an appointment with the other therapist who works from home. You walk straight into his living room, he puts a blanket and cushions on the floor. We spoke about my needs out of the therapy before it started. It was strange that it was in a home. I did feel a bit uncomfortable. He seemed proffessional but I felt a bit awkward.

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Verified review Visited October 2011
Posted 3 years ago
Had a great Shiatsu massage at the Shiatsu School. This was my first one and the therapist helped to address my concerns and explain the process involved. I will definitely have this therapy again!

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Verified review Visited July 2011
Posted 3 years ago
Really impressed with the service offered by these guys. I was 8 and a half months pregnant at the time and the therapist arranged for me to be treated closer to home so I wouldn't have to travel across London. The treatment itself was wonderful and great for pregnancy. It was really relaxing and helped ease back tension. 100% recommended!

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Verified review Visited September 2011
Posted 3 years ago
Treatment bought as gift for partner, this is her review. Referred to therapist in Kew, due to therapist being abroad. First ever shiatsu massage, very relaxing. Practitioner, Amyr (?) was calm, sensitive, polite, accommodating and knew what he was doing. Afterwards, I definitely felt less stressed. Good value.

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Verified review Visited August 2011
Posted 3 years ago
After contacting the Ealing School of Shiatsu, I was referred to Amir, in Kew Gardens.
How did I feel after a Shiatsu session? Rejuvenated, energised and happier. Amir is a truly gifted Shiatsu practitioner and extremely knowledgeable. He was able to tell me about some little problems that doctors would only detect when other tests have been performed. I would definitely be seeing him again.

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Verified review Visited August 2011
Posted 3 years ago
The therapist was booked up so kindly referred me to a colleague in Kew - see http://www.kewshiatsu.com. The treatment was in the living room of a terraced house, so delivered in a nice relaxing ambience. I was a bit sceptical about how effective shiatsu would be for me as I like deep tissue massage, but this was really good, very relaxing, I felt better at the end of it and appreciated posture and dietary advice given by the therapist. I would recommend this practitioner if you want to try shiatsu.

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Verified review Visited July 2011
Posted 4 years ago
I had originally arranged a shiatsu massage for my boyfriend and I with a practitioner in Ealing however he had to cancel so helpful put me in touch with Amir in Kew. I was interested in having shiatsu as I have a specific complaint and thought a massage that focuses on certain pressure points would help. As with most massages the long term gain is difficult to assess but I felt relaxed and at ease during the treatment. Amir was very knowledgable and offered me good advice at the end to help with my issue. I would recommend Amir as a shiatsu therapist.

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Verified review Visited June 2011
Posted 4 years ago
The offer is very good value and although it was difficult to get an appointment, it was worth the effort.

The therapist has many years of experience and he spent some time discussing my needs and problem areas. I had a shiatsu massage with extra attention to back, neck and shoulders. I enjoyed the massage very much and have booked for another session again. Wahanda customers get a discount for the 2nd session @ £30 an hour.



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Verified review Visited July 2011
Posted 4 years ago
I did find that I experienced a feeling of well-being for a coupl of days after my massage and I would definitely think about trying the same sort of thing again.

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Verified review Visited June 2011
Posted 4 years ago
I greatly enjoyed my shiatsu massage, and would definitely do it again. The massage itself was sufficiently stretching, but surprisingly relaxing at the same time and I felt like walking on air afterwards. Would absolutely recommend shiatsu in general and Ealing School of Shiatsu in particular, - it certainly counts as a passive yoga session!

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Verified review Visited June 2011
Posted 4 years ago
This was my first Shiatsu massage an was not sure what to expect. I thought the ambience was not as presentable as imagined but the massage was good and the overall experience quite pleasant.
I found it also quite good value for money.

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Verified review Visited April 2011
Posted 4 years ago
I've tried a lot of different treatments but this was definitely by far the most professional. It was a shiatsu massage and the therapist made me feel confident about the combination of massage and application of pressure points. Most of the time, I'm waiting for the massage to actually feel like it's working. Right from the start, I felt present and that I was actually 'experiencing' a treatment as opposed to wondering when it was going to kick in. I would suggest this to anyone wanting a treatment that actually feels like it's done it's job when you leave bouncing down the street.

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Verified review Visited May 2011
Posted 4 years ago
Wahanda is very professional and the vouchers that you buy always deliver what they promise. I hope to see more deals from them and I will purchase from them again.

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