by Nick Neter on December 10, 2014


NN-working-on-back-originalWe  now offer  three  WALK IN SHIATSU CLINICS a month in  and around  Eastbourneone in town at the YOGALIFE STUDIO on the fourth Friday every month, one on the seafront at the NATURAL FITNESS CENTRE on the third Saturday  of every  month and one  at ST. LUKES PARISH CENTRE on the second Friday of every month  in Stone Cross.From May 2015 we shall be doing a new monthly Walk In fron the WELL BEING CENTRE at STONE CROSS. In these difficult times the Walk In Clinics are becoming more and more popular with a mixture of regular clients who love to receive Shiatsu but cannot afford regular prices and new clients who would like to experience Shiatsu at a cost of their choosing!These clinics provide a wonderful opportunity to have a deeply relaxing, revitalizing  and healing half hour Shiatsu treatment from a fully qualified Shiatsu Practitioner for a  small donation (suggested from£10). Truly excellent  value. There are some appointments  available for booking if required but it is generally a walk in and we shall endeavour to see you as soon as possible. March and April dates for the diary….


  MARCH and APRIL  2015

Friday,13th MARCH  at  STONE CROSS PARISH CENTRE, Eastbourne from 10am to 2pm.THERE IS NO STONE CROSS WALK IN in APRIL. With Nick Neter and Tina Doherty.We are running this clinic on the second Friday every  month, with a stall  at the St Luke’s Parish Centre Community Market from time to time. We  shall  continue to offer free seated acupressure taster sessions in both  the clinics and the market. From May 2015 this clinic will transfer to the Well Being Centre. See details below. NN back stretch

nps36nps36Saturday,21st MARCH and 18th APRIL,every 3rd Saturday of the month, at the NATURAL FITNESS CENTRE, Eastbourne on the seafront from 9am to 1pm. With Nick Neter,Ben Trowell, Machiko Lacy,Steph and Alvin,in a lovely room overlooking the beach and the Channel, the most popular and longest running of our Walk In Clinics.Scapula

Friday,27th MARCH  and 24th APRIL  at YOGALIFE STUDIO from 2.15pm to 6pm.This is always on 4th Friday of the month.With Nick Neter and Ben Trowell. Next to the Yasuragi Shiatsu Studio in the Enterprise Centre and easily accessible for those in town,parking is  available in the Enterprise car park.

NEW in MAY on Saturday,9th MAY, at the WELL BEING CENTRE,Stone Cross from 9am to 1pm. With Nick Neter,Tina Doherty and Machiko Lacey in a beautiful yurt on the edge of the Pevensey levels.

On arrival we operate a booking system so that you know when you will be having your treatment and we work on a first come first serve basis except where under arranged circumstances you have pre-booked. Only a few places can be prebooked…..!(Please note that from time to time the Shiatsu College  students will be working at the Shiatsu Clinics to give them valuable clinical experience)



The Well Being Centre at Glynleigh Organic Farm  at Stone Cross is developing beautifully. As you may well have heard we received planning permission at the end of last year to create an environmentally friendly and holistic  centre for complementary  and transformative healing work,in all its many forms, on the edge of Pevensey marshes.It  is based at Glynleigh Farm, a small organic farm near Stone Cross.The  big 24ft yurt for classes and workshops went up at the beginning of August and now has a big and magnificent woodburner.There are  cotswold stone pathways and a car park, with  a small 14ft for  therapies and treatments. We shall be  opening  on Monday, 23rd March with an Open Weekend on  Saturday and Sunday April 11th/12th, with talks,tasters and demos.For more information on classes,therapies and workshops please check out www.glynleighwellbeingcentre.com

20140828_105532[1]If this feels like something you would like to be part of, please get in touch with us and we would love to share our plans and ideas and show you around the place…!


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We are offering Seated Acupressure Massage at greatly discounted prices both at The Natural Fitness Centre on the seafront on the SECOND  TUESDAY of the month (10th March and 14th April)from 9am to 12.30pm and weekly  every Wednesday  from 9.30 to 2pm at the WRVS in Eastbourne town centre. The prices are £10 for half an hour and £5 for 15 minutes as well as as free 10 minute tasters!A veritable bargain…..

Seated Acupressure massage is a relaxing and invigorating  style of bodywork  adapted from a traditional form of Japanese massage called Anma, Shiatsu and Western Bodywork.

The massage involves work on the back, shoulders, neck, arms, hands and head, specifically targeting those areas susceptible to tension and stress.

This treatment is received fully clothed, while sitting in a specially designed ergonomic chair, which allows the therapist to perform rotations and stretches as well as soothe and rub away any aches and pains. No oils or lotions are used.

Seated Acupressure massage is an immediate stress reliever working to relieve tired, aching and tense muscles as well as creating a sense  of well being and relaxation in short time.

Regular Seated Acupressure Massage can help to

· Promote an overall sense of well-being, calmness and relaxation.

· Unravel tense and aching muscles.

· Relieve minor aches and pains.

· Increase circulation to all parts of the body but especially the back, neck, head, arms and hands.

· Lower anxiety levels.

· Improve memory and mental alertness.


  QIGONG and MEDITATION, next  series of classes.


In January we begin a new series of classes of Qigong and Meditation at the Natural Fitness Centre on Eastbourne seafront.This takes place  on Monday afternoons from 5.00 to 5.45pm. We shall be working with Shibashe 1 and 2  as well as  exploring the different qualities of the Five  Elements  of Chinese medicine through movement, meditation and the magic of the breath! No experience is necessary. This four week course is an introduction to Qigong and Meditation. This is available as  a drop in at £6 per session or £20 for 4 sessions to use as and when…


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