Public Demonstration - Shiatsu for Chronic Pain

Zen Shiatsu Massage School In Chicago

Shiatsu Treatment Demo

A live shiatsu demonstration

Practitioners at Zen Shiatsu Chicago specialize in working with clients with autoimmune disorders, allergies, chronic infections like Lyme disease, post-traumatic pain and emotionally overwhelming states such as fear, anxiety and panic.  While giving relaxing hands-on shiatsu treatment, practitioners incorporate protocols to address symptoms related to these challenging disorders.

On Saturday July 20th, 5-7pm, Zen Shiatsu instructor Christina Mihai will perform a live treatment demonstration on a volunteer client with chronic pain.  The public is invited to see the protocol, hear the client’s feedback, and learn more about the long-term results clients have experienced.  This will also be an opportunity to meet all the therapists at Zen Shiatsu Chicago, and ask any questions about their experience working with any specific conditions.

This event is free, and will be held at Zen Shiatsu Chicago: 825 Chicago Ave in Evanston.  To register as an audience attendee, or as a potential demonstration recipient, contact Zen Shiatsu Chicago at 847-864-1130 or register online.

Read client testimonials and more at our Shiatsu for Chronic Conditions Page.

Client Testimonial: Post-Injury Pain

My friend recommended I try shiatsu to help heal my lingering injuries from seven car accidents and several sports injuries, including a torn disk and two bulging disks in my lower back, ongoing stiffness and pain in my neck and shoulders, and difficulty walking and exercising due to misfiring of the nerves in my left leg. The recurring body pain limited my flexibility and strength, making life an ongoing challenge. After just three one-hour Zen Shiatsu treatments, I regained flexibility, strength, and felt no pain continuously for four months. Deep healing has occurred in all levels of my being: body, mind, spirit and soul. My whole life outlook is more positive, re-vitalized and filled with bright hope for the future. Is it any wonder I am taking the beginning Zen Shiatsu course to learn more about this wonderful healing art?