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Working on My Heart and Emotions

Working on My Heart and Emotions

Working on My Heart and Emotions Ms. M.M. (from Tokyo) One day I came across Ryokyu sensei’s book Tao Shiatsu: Life Medicine for the 21st Century. The book shows how Tao Shiatsu was structured through Ryokyu sensei’s realizations from his training and experience based on Oriental medical philosophy. Its contents

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For some reason, I want to continue treatment

For some reason, I want to continue treatment

M.U. (female in her forties, lives in Tokyo) I fell down the steps at a station at the end of November. I took it lightly and just put poultices on my legs, but the dull pain didn’t disappear even after the new year. At a New Year’s gathering I was

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Nightmares for as long as I can remember

It was a very common explanation before the Tao Shiatsu treatment. The patient explained that she had a hard time sleeping, and her nights were very restless and she always woke up tired in the morning. And she asked me if the treatment would help her sleep and feel rested

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ENT disease (otorhinolaryngologic disease)

By Ryokyu Endo First of all, giving a treatment in Oriental medicine is not about diagnosing a disease. However, analyzing “disease” within the physical dimension is attractive to patients, because the explanation of disease in Western medicine is very clear. So, for most people, it is seen as easy to

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Tao Shiatsu, a Loving Shiatsu Therapy

K.H (female in her fifties, lives in Yokohama, Japan) For almost 20 years, I was so sensitive to cold temperatures, that my feet were cold all year round. Even when people around me complained of the heat, I often felt cold. The worst was when it was very hot outside.

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Becoming a new person

E. S (female in her fifties, lives in Otsu, Japan) I think that I began to go to the Tao Sangha Center in Kyoto in October 2005. It was at a time when my husband and I were having troubles and my mind and body was so tired. I had

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Working on My Heart and Emotions

Working on My Heart and Emotions

Working on My Heart and Emotions Ms. M.M. (from Tokyo) One day I came across Ryokyu sensei’s book Tao Shiatsu: Life Medicine for the 21st Century. The book shows how Tao Shiatsu was structured through Ryokyu sensei’s realizations from his training and experience based on Oriental medical philosophy. Its contents

Read More »
For some reason, I want to continue treatment

For some reason, I want to continue treatment

M.U. (female in her forties, lives in Tokyo) I fell down the steps at a station at the end of November. I took it lightly and just put poultices on my legs, but the dull pain didn’t disappear even after the new year. At a New Year’s gathering I was

Read More »

Nightmares for as long as I can remember

It was a very common explanation before the Tao Shiatsu treatment. The patient explained that she had a hard time sleeping, and her nights were very restless and she always woke up tired in the morning. And she asked me if the treatment would help her sleep and feel rested

Read More »

ENT disease (otorhinolaryngologic disease)

By Ryokyu Endo First of all, giving a treatment in Oriental medicine is not about diagnosing a disease. However, analyzing “disease” within the physical dimension is attractive to patients, because the explanation of disease in Western medicine is very clear. So, for most people, it is seen as easy to

Read More »

Tao Shiatsu, a Loving Shiatsu Therapy

K.H (female in her fifties, lives in Yokohama, Japan) For almost 20 years, I was so sensitive to cold temperatures, that my feet were cold all year round. Even when people around me complained of the heat, I often felt cold. The worst was when it was very hot outside.

Read More »

Becoming a new person

E. S (female in her fifties, lives in Otsu, Japan) I think that I began to go to the Tao Sangha Center in Kyoto in October 2005. It was at a time when my husband and I were having troubles and my mind and body was so tired. I had

Read More »