A holistic approach is at the root of one’s way to balance
She encourages listening and trusting the body’s natural ways. It leads to living self-connected and centered, yet open and flexible. One can improve resiliency by tuning into one’s self-regulatory body processes.
Anne created The Moving Touch and has been practicing Chi Nei Tsang, Shiatsu, Somatics and TRE® in Hong Kong since 2010. She is delighted to meet you at Balance Health where she offers private sessions and group classes.
Anne has studied traditional Zen Shiatsu since 2004 with K. Sasaki, a Japanese Master. She believes that in healing well-being matters, there is a strong relationship between the mind and the body, as well as between a living being and its environment. In addition, she has learned Chi Nei Tsang from a Thai Master (Abdominal Chi Detox massage coupled with deep breathing).
Watch this video to see Anne's demonstrations of how Tibetan Singing Bowls works:
New promotion package from Anne Cousin:
REGROUP Program – 6 sessions – HKD 7800 (save HKD 600)
What if you could learn from your emotions, rather than react to them? What wisdom might you discover by opening fully to your inner world, rather than hiding from discomfort?
Our mind body therapist Anne Cousin help you find strength from vulnerability and relieve your exhaustion from carrying your invisible armor by giving you a space to safely slow down and heal holistically.
Depending on each person’s unique case, Anne will choose and adjust the techniques that she is certified in: Somatic Experiencing, Integral Somatic Psychology, Somatic Movement Education, Seiki Shiatsu, Tension Release Exercises (TRE).
Together with Anne, you will learn to:
- Develop self-awareness
- Explore the messages of your physiology and emotions, needs and values
- Identify your inner resources
- Ground your own resources
- Achieve a sense of integrity and authenticity
Note: There will be cases where 6 sessions are not enough. 6 sessions are the minimum to start regrouping yourself. The more vulnerable individuals are recommended to seek additional professional clinical counselling.
To register, please call us: +852 2530 3315 or send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To check out Anne's website, please visit: http://www.themovingtouch.com/
In Japanese SHI means “Fingers” and ATSU “Pressure”. This therapy finds its origins in Taoism Philosophy and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Shiatsu aims to release tensions from the body and mind in helping Yin and Yang energies of the body to flow freely.
It supports the body’s self-regulation and vitality
A holistic view of the receiver combined with the practitioner 2 hands working in synchronization with pressure that is deep, stable and slowly moving along the body awaken the body’s innate healing ability, to release emotional, mental, and physical blockages, and to restore life essence and present awareness.
This simple, meditative, non-doing, healing touch can open hearts, tone chakras, restore peace, and connect us with our inner wisdom. People often compare it to micro-osteopathy and experience it as “relaxing, nurturing, non-invasive and deeply therapeutic”.
Shiatsu is especially helpful with:
• Neck, shoulder and back pain
• Reduced mobility and joint pain
• Headaches and migraine
• Digestive problems
• Sleeping disorders
• Asthmatic symptoms
• Depression, anxiety and stress related symptoms
• Menstrual problems, regulation of menstrual cycle and pregnancy
• Lethargy and fluid retention
• Improving energy and well-being
Seiki is a method of healing that facilitates the flow of energy through the body, clearing energy blockages and creating an awareness of energy flows - A Way.
Founded by Akinobu Kishi Sensei, Seiki is the flowering of his immense experience in Shiatsu and wisdom. in a long tradition of Japanese healing and spiritual practice and, non-culture specific as its main intention is to become more of ourselves. Since central to it is the injunction to become more ourselves, it is, at base, non-culture specific too.
Seiki incorporates bodywork treatments, Katsugen spontaneous movement and, most importantly, space to experience and enjoy life as embodied human beings breathing again.
Fundamentally, Seiki treats the breath. By following the movement of the breath, the body rediscovers its space, its originality. It is the simplest and purest form of healing I have ever experienced. Seiki provides the space for encouraging inner awareness and sensitivity, recognition that the body always expresses what it needs, essential for making connections and noticing the undetected – an absolute necessity for clearing stagnant energy and releasing habitual patterns.
Do-In is a form of Dao Yin that is further developed in Japan. It is a system of gentle exercises that promote your energy flow. Do-In combines gentle and effective meridian (conduit of vital energy in the body used in acupuncture) stretches and mobilizations, with meditative and breathing techniques as well as self-acupressure.
This practice is believed to be at the origin of the discovery of the meridians, when our ancestors were closely attuned to nature’s cycles. It improves the mind-body awareness and the circulation of energies which is considered a base for a healthy life in oriental therapies.
You will learn ancestral, simple and effective ways to quieten your mind, strengthen your Ki (Chi, or vital energy) release tensions and improve your vitality as energy flows into your body.
• Body flexibility
• Increased blood circulation
• Improve breathing
• Higher energy level
• Peace of mind
Our mission is to connect you with practitioners offering treatments tailored to your individual wishes and needs.
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