We are all affected by stress. How we address it determines the impact it will have on our bodies and minds. In this workshop we will discuss the causes and the short-term / long-term effects of stress on your health. You will learn self-shiatsu and other effective strategies for managing stress, allowing you to take control of your health and well being.
Shiatsu is based on the comfortable application of pressure to specific points on the body. As the pressure is adjusted to suit the needs and health of each client, shiatsu can be used on anyone, regardless of their condition. It is used for relaxation, stress relief or as preventive treatment and is used to effectively treat countless specific conditions.
Fees: $20.00 (Student/Senior Discount $16.00)
To Register: 416.351.0239 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Facilitator: Leisa Bellmore
Leisa Bellmore has been helping people to regain and maintain their health using shiatsu therapy for over ten years. A firm believer in the need for each of us to take responsibility for our health and well being, she enjoys giving clients the tools they need to take an active role in their health care.
Leisa joined the Artists’ Health Centre in June of 2010, but has been working with both performing and visual artists for many years. She is currently working on a book on self-care for musicians. She has been active in promoting natural health practices through her volunteer work on the board of directors and as President of the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada. She also volunteers at Toronto’s Ronald MacDonald House where she offers shiatsu to families with children coping with life-threatening medical conditions. Leisa’s background in theatre and film provides her with a first-hand understanding of the stresses and pressures of a life in the arts.