Amatsu is a Japanese physical therapy originating from the martial arts of Ninjitsu and has been around in certain forms for about two thousand years brought to the West by Dennis Bartram in the early 1990’s following training with the Grand Master Dr Massaki Hatsumi in Japan.
Amatsu treats your whole body, not just the symptoms. It comprises of a number of different techniques such as massage, mobilisation, re-patterning and cranial balancing, which can be used in many combinations to suit the clients needs.
Your body has an amazing ability to regain its own health. However, the stresses of life can damage or distort your natural patterns leading to poor health in various forms. Amatsu supports and encourages the natural abilities of your body, working with it and not imposing corrections onto it. Regaining natural, healthy patterns is the aim of every Amatsu session, restoring balance and producing wholeness in your body.
Amatsu can be an effective therapy for all of the following and many more:
- Back pain
- Neck pain
- Shoulder pain
- Sports injuries
- Knee problems
- Tennis/golfers elbow
- Feet/ankle pain
- Stress related conditions
- RSI/carpal tunnel syndrome
- Groin strains
- Arthritic conditions
- Mobility problems
- Jaw pain
- Eye pain
- IBS/ digestive problems
- Postural problems
Have you been putting your life on hold? Are there activities you no longer participate in as it might give you back, neck, and shoulder or knee pain? Have you stopped exercising, gardening, playing sport, taking long walks?
You may be able to regain a fuller and more active life by using Amatsu to balance your body and therefore balancing your life.
Linda Hornsby offers Amatsu on a Wednesday here at Beehive Healthcare, Chester
I went for a session with Linda for my daughter and myself. My baby girl was just 2 months old at the time and having experienced an emergency c-section Linda informed me that sometimes when babies are pulled back from the birth canal that there can be subtle misalignments that can cause some discomfort so we did the treatment and Linda was amazing; she even kept Ayla quiet while she gave me her treatment… multi-talented. She was practical yet also warm. Ayla loved her and gave her lots of giggles and as Linda explored the potential blockages or barriers it seemed they were truly having a conversation! It was a lovely experience and Ayla is doing great.