The Shen Shack

at home based, Sydney, 2000 Australia

Shiatsu Practitioner and Massage Therapist, Reiki Master. Passionately driven by the bodies own ability to heal itself


The Shen Shack
home based
Sydney , NSW 2000
Australia
Contact Phone
P: 0423731451
Website
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Description

About : Gio Garrick Is a Shiatsu Practitioner and Massage Therapist, Reiki Master. Passionately driven by the bodies own ability to heal itself and has been working within the field of Natural Therapies and practices for over 20yrs Covering areas of health such as Remedial Massage/ Shaitsu Treatment/TCM Nutrition/ cupping & moxa /Aromatherapy/Hot Stone Reiki/ and Spiritual Readings The my main focus is to help people to feel empowered . Reiki Workshops Reiki level -1 -2 -3(Masters) Enqiure within

Opening time

  • Mondays: 10:00- 19:00
  • Tuesdays: 10:00- 19:00
  • Wednesdays: 10:00- 19:00
  • Thursdays: 10:00- 19:00
  • Fridays: 10:00- 19:00
  • Saturdays: 10:00- 19:00
  • Sundays: 10:00- 19:00

Company Rating

42 FB users likes The Shen Shack, set it to 17 position in Likes Rating for Sydney, Australia in Health/medical/pharmacy category

What is Reiki Reiki is Universal energy which is the energy of Spirit, God/Goddess, Buddha, pronounced Ray -Key .All That Is, or Nature, flows through the Reiki channel Meaning spiritually guided life energy , an energy which animates us all and is found all around us. Reiki is a form of spiritual healing using the universal life energy channeled through the practitioner to the recipient. Reiki helps to harmonize body, mind and spirit for yourself or anyone you want to help.

Published on 2015-05-20 10:32:56 GMT

Would like to thanks those who booked in for their massage and treatments. Great to see new faces as well

Published on 2015-04-25 10:55:35 GMT

Loyality Cards available!! After 5 treatments receive the 6th one FREE !!

Published on 2015-04-10 00:33:09 GMT

Opening Special $60 75mins Shiatsu or Remedial Massage/Reiki

Published on 2015-04-10 00:30:53 GMT

Shiatsu Definition Shiatsu is a manipulative therapy developed in Japan and incorporating techniques of anma (Japanese traditional massage), acupressure, stretching, and Western massage. Shiatsu involves applying pressure to special points or areas on the body in order to maintain physical and mental well being, treat disease, or alleviate discomfort. This therapy is considered holistic because it attempts to treat the whole person instead of a specific medical complaint. All types of acupressure generally focus on the same pressure points and so-called energy pathways, but may differ in terms of massage technique. Shiatsu, which can be translated as finger pressure, has been described as needle-free acupuncture.

Published on 2015-03-25 23:52:40 GMT

Element: Water Nature: Yin Organs: Kidney, Urinary Bladder, Adrenal Glands, Ears, and Hair Taste: Salty Emotion: Fear and Depression Winter is ruled by the water element, which is associated with the kidneys, bladder, and adrenal glands. According to the philosophy of traditional Chinese medicine, the kidneys are considered the source of all energy (Qi) within the body. They store all of the reserve Qi in the body so that it can be used in times of stress and change, or to heal, prevent illness, and age gracefully. During the winter months it is important to nurture and nourish our kidney Qi. It is the time where this energy can be most easily depleted. Our bodies are instinctively expressing the fundamental principles of winter – rest, reflection, conservation, and storage. Foods for Winter Winter is a time when many people tend to reduce their activity. If that's true for you, it's wise to reduce the amount of food you eat, too, to avoid gaining weight unnecessarily. Avoid raw foods during the winter as much as possible, as these tend to cool the body. During winter you should emphasize warming foods: Soups and stews Root vegetables Beans Miso and seaweed Garlic and ginger Eating warm hearty soups, whole grains, and roasted nuts help to warm the body's core and to keep us nourished. Sleep early, rest well, stay warm, and expend a minimum quantity of energy.