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Taijutsu for Therapy Course

Last weekend saw 10 of us take part in the Taijutsu for Therapy course at Loudwater Farm led by Mark Evans.  Mark, a 7th Dan, is an experienced martial artist and Amatsu practitioner and is passionate about natural body movement. 

 The day was filled with much laughter as we learned to move our spines naturally - humans are the only creatures that need to be taught to move naturally, our brains get in the way! After a day of learning to crawl, we "grew up" to move onto the therapy setting and brought our new movement skills to the treatment couch.  

We all thoroughly enjoyed the weekend, we learned loads and clamoured for another course soon!  Hopefully we have convinced Mark that there is a real call for these courses and he will put on another soon, not just for Amatsu practitioners but for all bodywork therapists.

5 Comments to Taijutsu for Therapy Course:

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A2zsoftwarez on 06 January 2018 13:14
I must say, your job seems like a lot of fun clearly. Best of luck for your next courses.
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boomessays.com review on 26 April 2018 08:37
Taijutsu as a therapy? Hmm, I need some more info about this course now.
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best rated resume writing services on 12 July 2018 05:18
The Taijutsu is a form of combat sports that uses no weapon. The Taijutsu originates in Japan. The Japanese uses the term Taijutsu to define any technique of martial art that uses only body movement for combat. I heard a lot of therapies and exercises that use combat sports. And I believe that the use of these kind of martial art activities is a great idea for our fitness trainings and therapies, because combat sports has a lot of disciplines that we can apply. 
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