WATSU® is the abbreviation for “Water Shiatsu” and is the world’s first form of Aquatic Bodywork. It is a deep relaxation technique based on zen shiatsu and developed
WATSU® is the abbreviation for “Water Shiatsu” and is the world’s first form of Aquatic Bodywork. It is a deep relaxation technique based on zen shiatsu and developed since the 1980s by the poet Harold Dull.
WATSU® is the world’s first form of Aquatic Bodywork. Like massage, it can be applied professionally or shared with family and friends. Warm water, unconditional holding and treating the body as a whole, create space safe enough for the one in our arms to access every level of their being. Adapting WATSU® therapy’s established form to each, and Free Flow, engages our whole being.
A 6-day course on the surface only.
Watsu 2 expands the Transition Flow taught in Watsu 1. You learn additional movements and bodywork in each position and to incorporate them in a session.
You also learn about the meridians and acupressure points in Watsu and to creatively explore your own movements, while following the client’s tendency to move.
Practicing acupressure massage, lifts, pushes and pulls introduced at this stage, helps developing the ability to explore and play with energy.
At the end of the training, a certificate recognized by WABA (Worldwide Acquatic Bodywork Association) will be given to students and will be counted for 50 hours in the internationally recognized Watsu and Tantsu Practitioner Training.
Cost of the Training:
75 000 xpf
Prerequisites: Watsu 1.
-Transportation, Meals, accommodation are not included in the cost of the training.
The Training will be at “Polynesian Watsu Center”.
February 24 (Friday) 09:00 - March 1 (Wednesday) 16:30
Watsu Polynesia Center
Moorea-Maiao, French Polynesia