Catherine Scanlon

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Hi - I'm Catherine, and I am interested in what allows us to be most relaxed and healthful. I feel like this has always interested me. Years ago I came across holistic massage, and later, whilst working in Brazil, I discovered Japanese Shiatsu. This caught my attention and over the years I trained and qualified to practice. I graduated from the British School of Shiatsu-do in 1995. Along the way I studied linked exercises - yoga, chi kung, tai qi chi kung - to help support both practitioners and clients in wellness. I lived in the spiritual community, the Findhorn Foundation, for 6 years, and contributed to the Holistic Health centre, and also led shiatsu workshops there. Get in touch if you'd like to discuss how I can support you.
Therapies practised: 
Practice name: 
Breathing Space: Tools For Wellbeing
Milton Keynes
United Kingdom
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Home telephone: 
01908 679834


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