Psychology of the Meridians
Saturday & Sunday, 8 & 9 July, 2023
Ohashi says that our life is the manifestation of physical and psychological energy. Even today most Western psychologists do not consider the physical body when analyzing psychological states. Yet there are dozens of clues the physical body holds that can reveal one’s state of mind—even past traumas. Ohashi demonstrates how physical situations can manifest themselves in your emotions and psyche, and how unbalanced emotions can result in physical aches, pains and illness.
In this workshop you will learn:
- How human psychology is manifested in meridian lines.
- How Ki energy affects human life.
- What is Kyo and Jitsu (deficiency and excess) in our daily lives.
- Exercises you can give/practice for specific psychological problems.
- How to give meridian Ohashiatsu® to alleviate psychological problems.
Participants will practice meridian exercises and work on each other in pairs. The workshop is an opportunity for bodywork therapists and psychotherapists to add to their diagnostic skills.
It is of interest to anyone who wishes to know him/herself better.
Muscle Meridian Sedation
Monday, July 10, 2023
In this workshop Ohashi will show whether to increase or decrease the energy / strength of a group of muscles to improve the mobility and health of the client. When you are practicing Ohashiatsu and other bodywork modalities, you have to:
- Analyze, evaluate and diagnose your client’s problem.
- Decide what treatment technique your client needs.
- Perform the technique to get results.
In this class you will learn how to make a correct diagnosis and to choose the best technique for maximum results with minimum effort. These techniques will enrich your professional treatment by making you more effective and efficient.
Ohashi has developed his muscle meridian sedation techniques over forty years of practice and study of Eastern diagnosis, kinesiology, meridian therapy, Japanese martial arts, movement and dance.
Ohashiatsu for Parkinson’s
Tuesday, July 11, 2023
As the world’s population ages, a greater number of people are developing symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. This workshop addresses issues faced by those suffering from Parkinson’s, their family members, and the professional therapists—body-workers, nurses, physical therapists—who treat them. Ohashi will demonstrate how Ohashiatsu, applied at home or at a studio or clinic, can help to manage the symptoms. In Ohashi’s experience there are three important issues. First, if the neck is jitsu it tends to be stiff, which can decrease the oxygen supply to the brain. Second, the tremors caused by Parkinson’s makes a person chronically tired. Third, 50% of Parkinson’s patients suffer from depression. Ohashiatsu can help relieve these symptoms and make a person’s life more comfortable.
You will learn how to work on the upper part of the body with the receiver in a chair—tapping, squeezing, and rotating the shoulders, arms and neck; how to give a treatment with the receiver in stomach position on a padded mat on the floor, especially to the back and legs; how to utilize muscle meridian activation (kembiki) and sedation techniques, which are therapeutic for the receiver.
After Ohashi demonstrates each technique, participants will practice on each other. Ohashi and Certified Ohashiatsu® Instructors will help you during the practice sessions. Open to everyone. No prior bodywork experience is necessary. Wear loose, comfortable clothes.