I graduated from Kyoto butsugen college. I studied shiatsu and anma massage in japan. Shiatsu feels good and is comfortable. You can relax and feel warm. Try receiving Shiatsu! Please find a location nearby!
Graduated from Canadian College of Shiatsu Therapy. Member of Canadian Shiatsu Society of BC.
I’ve spent most of my 20s suffering from Somatic Symptom Disorder which includes a number of other disorders such as anxiety disorder, chronic muscle pain, IBS, insomnia.
Therefore, I bring both compassion and empathy to my clients who are also suffering from pain and stress.
I've been practice SHIATSU and Ayurveda. I love healing in natural way. Please come to heal by SHIATSU.
Enjoy good health , Enjoy good SHIATSU !!!!!!
After getting trained and working in acupressure massage, foot and hand reflexology, Indian head massage, lymphatic drainage massage,
I decided to pursue certified training in Shiatsu.
Please experience the healing touch of Shiatsu!
Graduated from Kanagawa Eisei Gakuen College, oriental and medical department in Japan. Acupuncture, Moxibustion and Anma Massage Therapist in Japan. Work as Shiatsu Therapist in Japan.
Samuel (Sang) Ha
Serve, Learn & Repeat
Graduated Shiatsu Diploma Program at the Canadian College of Shiatsu Therapy
Please try Shiatsu Therapy!
I can make you relax with my hands ; )
It was the day of September 1st,1998, when we opened our first Japan Shiatsu Clinic on Lower Lonsdale in North Vancouver. At that time, it was only one practitioner and one small treatment room, but it was the first step with full of hope and passion, and just like the Shiatsu therapy in Japan, which is regarded one of the world’s greatest pride in the Japanese culture and in the traditional Japanese hands-on therapy, we wanted to have many people as possible to recognize Shiatsu and spread it out from the North Vancouver location to all over the world. And so, the time has passed…
Now, we are very fortunate to have 8 Japan Shiatsu Clinics in all 7 municipalities, and in our first Japan Shiatsu Clinic, we merged into now what is called the Canadian College of Shiatsu Therapy. We’ve still have that passion since opening the first clinic, which has been taking over to all practitioners as a corporate philosophy. To show our appreciation, we are taking part in some of the events organized by these communities, by donating Shiatsu coupons, and we hope in the near future, we will have the opportunity to support your organizaion.
Our hope is to have many people to receive the original Japanese Shiatsu and love it. All of our staff continues to practice the best treatments with a feeling of delightfulness and gratitude to each and every client. We look forward to your continued support in the future.
Chair, Ikenaga Shiatsu International Holdings