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Senstitive Gestalt Massage

  • 43 Walney Road, York, North Yorkshire YO31 1AH.

About Senstitive Gestalt Massage

I am a Soma-therapist and a Sports therapist in York. I am also a business owner and I work in partnership with other professionals of the sector to bring the best experience into the therapies room. I perform the following:

  • Sensitive Gestalt Massage
  • Sports Massage
  • Hot/cold Stone Therapy
  • Indian Head Massage
  • Integrative Massage (signature treatment)
  • Couples Massage
  • Corporate events

SHARING MY EXPERIENCE WITH YOU

After I finished my Quiromassage studies I was called to join a pioneer group in Spain of Sensitive Gestalt Massage in the 2006.

I was invited to do the 1rst of the three parts of the course for free! So I thought I'd give it a go. I ended up completing the whole course because I sensed how it was changing my life already. Learning about Phylosomatics and Gestalt was revealing as it treats the persons as individuals instead of applying the same methods for everyone. That, translated to massage, was just beautiful to witness, practice and receive.

My companions where Italian, French and Spanish, a real eclectic and creative European mix.

The course always started with an hour long meditation to connect with our “centre” before practice, to be focussed. This is a habit I still do for some of my treatments, only a shorter version which I like calling Focussing. This meditation practice was followed by a personal feedback from us pupils and then, before going to practice, Miguel A., the teacher would talk to us about the meaning of Filosomatica, Gestalt and Sensitive Gestalt Massage. And then we'd learn and practice the approaches and techniques.

I made beautiful friends from all over the world as it was part of the course to do a Self-Experince week in Ticino, Locarno, next to the Lacco Magiore in lovely Switzerland, where we also had an introduction to Watsu (meditative massage in water) and Tansu (meditative massage on a mat).

This course was a huge confirmation for what I really see myself doing which is helping people feel better in different levels by providing of a good sensible and professional massage therapy. I am a healer!

I feel that having studied Quiromassage (Sports Massage) has given me the knowledge and tools to be technical and precise on the more physical level, but after having studied SGM I know that massage therapy is more than a phisical work, more effective and beneficial when it is holistic as it embraces a higher spectrum of the individual human being. This blend of knowledge can be enjoyed at my therapies room and apparently it won't leave you indifferent!

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Senstitive Gestalt Massage

  • 43 Walney Road, York, North Yorkshire YO31 1AH.

About Senstitive Gestalt Massage

I am a Soma-therapist and a Sports therapist in York. I am also a business owner and I work in partnership with other professionals of the sector to bring the best experience into the therapies room. I perform the following:

  • Sensitive Gestalt Massage
  • Sports Massage
  • Hot/cold Stone Therapy
  • Indian Head Massage
  • Integrative Massage (signature treatment)
  • Couples Massage
  • Corporate events

SHARING MY EXPERIENCE WITH YOU

After I finished my Quiromassage studies I was called to join a pioneer group in Spain of Sensitive Gestalt Massage in the 2006.

I was invited to do the 1rst of the three parts of the course for free! So I thought I'd give it a go. I ended up completing the whole course because I sensed how it was changing my life already. Learning about Phylosomatics and Gestalt was revealing as it treats the persons as individuals instead of applying the same methods for everyone. That, translated to massage, was just beautiful to witness, practice and receive.

My companions where Italian, French and Spanish, a real eclectic and creative European mix.

The course always started with an hour long meditation to connect with our “centre” before practice, to be focussed. This is a habit I still do for some of my treatments, only a shorter version which I like calling Focussing. This meditation practice was followed by a personal feedback from us pupils and then, before going to practice, Miguel A., the teacher would talk to us about the meaning of Filosomatica, Gestalt and Sensitive Gestalt Massage. And then we'd learn and practice the approaches and techniques.

I made beautiful friends from all over the world as it was part of the course to do a Self-Experince week in Ticino, Locarno, next to the Lacco Magiore in lovely Switzerland, where we also had an introduction to Watsu (meditative massage in water) and Tansu (meditative massage on a mat).

This course was a huge confirmation for what I really see myself doing which is helping people feel better in different levels by providing of a good sensible and professional massage therapy. I am a healer!

I feel that having studied Quiromassage (Sports Massage) has given me the knowledge and tools to be technical and precise on the more physical level, but after having studied SGM I know that massage therapy is more than a phisical work, more effective and beneficial when it is holistic as it embraces a higher spectrum of the individual human being. This blend of knowledge can be enjoyed at my therapies room and apparently it won't leave you indifferent!

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