Seiki Soho in Japanese means “clear, blue sky, empty space".

What is Seiki?

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.

Who is it for?

Seiki is for everyone. It does not follow a particular religion, but it certainly embraces aspects of Shinto and Zen Buddhism. Shinto has been an established part of Japanese culture for at least 2000 years. It has a reverence for nature, a belief that life energy exists in all things, both animate and inanimate. It focuses on the here and now, on the ability to grow and change, incorporating an enduring theme for spiritual purification.

Seiki is especially helpful with:
• Fertility
• Breath
• Digestion
• Sleep
• Happiness
• Presence to oneself

Balance Health's Upcoming Event: Seiki Soho Course in Hong Kong - By Seiki Master Frans Copers

Frans Copers studied, lived, and taught Oriental and Japanese Medicine since 1972 with Macrobiotic Shiatsu, SO Tai, and Aikido in USA and in Japan. His life practice is dedicated to spread and protect the ancient knowledge and skills of Oriental and Japanese ways of health - especially the Seiki method - in his home country and abroad.

Positions: Director and head teacher of the Kimura Shiatsu Institute, and political representative of EFCAM and the European Shiatsu Federation at the EU Institutions. Frans is involved in lobbying for natural health through the ESF (European Shiatsu Federations), EPHA (European Public Health Alliance) and EFCAM (European Federation of Complementary and alternative Methods).

Course Details: Saturday 25th May & Sunday 26th May 2019 @ 10 AM - 6 PM
Click here to learn more about the event and registration instructions.


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