London, England (PRWEB) September 11, 2006
The London based Zen School of Shiatsu celebrates its move to permanent new premises at 68 Great Eastern Street EC2 with an Open Evening and Video show, well in time for potential shiatsu students thinking of starting their shiatsu training at the beginning of the academic year.
“You start with a warm welcome and complete with a proper qualification,” says Kris Deva North, Master of the Zen School. “Students can join any time of the year through our continuous enrolment system which fits in with our ongoing training cycles. We are offering an evening of shiatsu information, demonstration and practice on Friday 29th September because most people think of starting shiatsu classes at the start of the academic study year. Our next Intensive Shiatsu Course starts Monday 2nd October which people can still join even if they miss the Open Evening, as well as our ongoing shiatsu training evenings, afternoons and weekends.”
The Shiatsu Open Evening and Video gives an experience of what is Zen Shiatsu, secrets of energy-flow, and how it might work for particular conditions, general information on length and cost of training. Participants get a taste of Shiatsu and see the video Zen Shiatsu the Art of Gentle Healing made with students and teachers of the Zen School and can get a 5% discount signing up that evening, but without pressure and no obligation. “It’s more important for us to have the right people than the most people” says Kris.
Open Evening and Video Show Friday 29th September 6.30 to 9 p.m., cost 9. No need to book, just turn up at the Zen School of Shiatsu, 1st Floor, 68 Great Eastern Street, London EC2A 3JT (between Old Street and Liverpool Street Tubes/BR). The next 5-day Shiatsu Intensive starts Monday 2nd October and runs every day 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Kris Deva North teaching. Ongoing Shiatsu classes run every Tuesday evening 6.30 to 9.30, Thursday afternoon 2.30 to 5.30, and double-sessions at monthly weekends (based on the 3rd Saturday of the month) 10 am to 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.