We did some gentle individual bodywork, and then two sets of paired work – all really quite gentle, and more like hands-on healing in a way to me, including the theme of support throughout.
The following day I was so happy to feel that my ‘sick’ shoulder (the one with the broken clavicle, which I had said in the session felt as if I’d been shot) felt much happier, and as if it had received a healing balm. Really very impressive, and to be honest unexpected, even though I am a ‘shiatsu and all that’ fan.
A couple of days later, it still feels rather good, though to be honest I haven’t been challenging it too much with exercises which might cause the overlapping bones to rub against each other potentially in a tissue irritating way. Not sure what’s for best, since other practitioners are also concerned that I must use the muscles to maintain and regain range of movement.
something to ponder on – but, really, just wanted to share with you (whoever ‘you’ are) the potential balminess of shiatsu.