Shiatsu Treatments

Japanese Shiatsu Treatments

Natural Pain Relief, Treatments & Therpaies in Mission Beach Queensland

Japaenese Shiatsu

Japanese Shiatsu Therapy

Japanese Shiatsu is a modern form of several other Japanese Arts of treating and balancing the body.
Sotai Therapy

Sotai Therapy

Sotai is a Japanese form of correct muscular, skeletal and general body movement.
Tsubo Therapy

Tsubo Therapy

Tsubo points correspond to the muscles, blood vessels, nerves, lymph vessels & glands of the endocrine system.
Moxa Therapy

Moxa Therapy

Moxibustion (Moxa) is from the Mugwort plant, used to treat a range symptoms & penetrates deep into muscles.
Japanese Meridian Therapy

Japanese Meridian Therapy

Japanese Meridian Therapy is non-invasive needle therapy helping the body regain balance & energy.
Japanese Hot Stone Therapy

Japanese Hot Stone Therapy

Japanese hot stone therapy is a relaxing treatment using hot stones and essential oils on the upper back.
Dr Manaka Protocols

Dr Manaka Protocols

Dr Yoshio Manaka spent most of his life bridging the gap between Western Science & Eastern Medicine.
Japanese Cupping

Japanese Cupping

Cupping evolved over 5,000 years ago and is still used by Japanese Meridian Therapists to treat a wide range of symptoms.
Dry Needling

Dry Needling

Neuromuscular Dry Needling is the treatment of trigger points for Myofascial Pain Syndrome MFPS.
Sauna Treatments

Sauna & TPD Lamp Treatments

Sweating is one of the body’s ways to eliminate toxins. Infrared saunas allow you to eliminate about seven times more toxins.
Dietary Therapeutics

Dietary Therapeutics

Dietary Therapeutics nourish the Organs System and are paired within the Five Elements Theory of Yin & Yang.

David Riddell | Japanese Shiatsu Practitioner

About Dave Riddell - Japanese Shiatsu Practitioner Melbourne Victoria

Dave Riddell – Japanese Shiatsu Practitioner

Dave has been involved with the Japanese Arts since 1968, His Father had lived in Japan in the 50s and was inspired by the Japanese people and their Culture, in 1960s the Japanese Karate Association (JKA) sent Japanese Instructors to teach Shotokan Karate in the UK, Dave’s 9th birthday present was he joined the JKA in 1968, and started training four nights a week, after many years of training Dave realised that he was not only learning the Art of Karate, He realised that lots of the warm up and stretching techniques and the post-isometric relaxation techniques were from the Japanese art of Sotai these techniques were done before and after training along with pressing on points of the anatomy in areas that were sore or injured during training known as the Tsubo or Ah shi points, Ah shi meaning “Ouch” or tender points along the twelve (jingjin) referred to as the tendino-muscle meridians.

Contact

Address: Shop 5 The Hub, Porter Promenade,
Mission Beach 4852
Far North Queensland
Telephone: 0439 329 864
Email: appointments@bushidoshiatsu.com.au

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