Watsu (Aquatic Shiatsu)

Watsu (from “water” and “shiatsu”) began when Harold Dull started floating people, applying the moves and stretches of the zen shiatsu he had studied in Japan. Watsu, aquatic or water Shiatsu, began at Harbin Hot Springs where Harold Dull brought his knowledge of Zen Shiatsu that he had studied in Japan into a warm pool. … Continue reading Watsu (Aquatic Shiatsu)

White Light Healing

The universal vibrations and the movement of planets, the movement of the sun in its sojourn through its orbit, through its orbit around Sirius in the Orion constellation, and the variation that it meets in its movement, determine the Earth ages of approximately 2200 years each. It is this movement into these new vibrations that … Continue reading White Light Healing


As practiced and taught in the West, yoga is most typically seen as a gentle way to strengthen and tone the body as well as calm the mind and spirit. However, yoga as traditionally practiced in India and other parts of Asia is a complicated system of exercise, diet and meditation tied to specific philosophy … Continue reading Yoga

Zero Balancing

Developed by Fritz Smith, MD, osteopath, Rolfer and acupuncturist, Zero Balancing integrates a Western anatomical view of structure with Eastern concepts of body energy. Practitioners use hands-on touch to balance the body’s internal energy currents with such structural elements as bones, muscles, organs, and joints. Generally, a session takes place in setting similar to massage … Continue reading Zero Balancing