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Returning to Lewes, dancer, Dawn Turner will be joining the team at Equilibrium based in Lewes in their 10th Anniversary Year to provide Shiatsu.
She joins the practice on the 28th April 2010, to offer four available appointment times between 5pm and 9pm every Wednesday evening. Home treatments are also available.
ďI began my dancing life studying ballet from the age of three, but I quickly realised by the age of 16 that ballet was not for me. I attended the, then very new Lewes Tertiary College in 1989 to start studying contemporary at GCSE, A/S and A level with tutor Anna Carlisle. I went on to obtain my degree in Dance and Related Arts from Chichester University. Having choreographed my own work and performed in Brighton, London, Holland and Denmark, I spent some time travelling visiting Australia, Italy and Greece. Iíve recently gone on to further study in Laban Movement Analysis. I am part of the Phoenix Project. A few of us went on to produce a DVD of examples of Labanís concepts, called Living Architecture. In August the Phoenix Project will be holding a summer school. I have furthered my fascination with the human body and movement with intensive study and practice of Massage, anatomy and physiology. Successfully after 3 years, I achieved my Diploma in Shiatsu. ď
Shiatsu uses hand pressure and manipulation techniques to adjust the bodyís physical structure and its natural inner energies or Ki, to help prevent illness and maintain health.
Shiatsu is useful in providing assistance, help and support to the body, to allow the healing process to work.
Shiatsu is a relaxing treatment and can be beneficial for the following, back pain, stress, headaches, whiplash injuries, neck stiffness, joint pain, reduced mobility, sports injuries asthma, IBS, chronic conditions and depression.
Iím a registered member of the Shiatsu Society. Iíve treated people from different cultural backgrounds and clients with various disabilities, some of whom have chronic conditions.Ē