Breathing Space Meditation, Shiatsu and Do-in

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Authentic Wellbeing

Would you like...
... to feel deeply well?
... to feel you're bringing all aspects of your self - mind, body and spirit - authentically together?
... to have someone else to support you on your health and well-being journey?

If the answer to any of these questions is 'yes', then you may find working with meditation, bodywork and exercises, along with a reflective tool - the Transformation Game - with Catherine Scanlon something you would like to explore further.

Mindfulness is a present buzzword for being positively present in life and activity; and the strategies offered here are all mindful, bringing you into a better focus, and present in the moment for this reality in the most positive way.

Based in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire; easily accessible from Aylesbury, Buckingham, Leighton Buzzard, Olney, Bedford, Northampton; also, Oxford, Cambridge, London; other locations possible by arrangement.

online bookings for some days:
click on link here
- for other days and times, please phone or email.

An introduction to Breathing Space: Tools for Wellbeing from practitioner, Catherine Scanlon:



free 10 minute consultation about how
meditation, shiatsu treatment,
do-in and chi kung exercises,
and The Transformation Game
may help you,
and to make a booking
please contact Catherine Scanlon
using this link
or call 07905-504418.
online booking click on link here



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Tools for Wellbeing - Bodywork and Reflection


What people say...

about Shiatsu Bodywork... 'how could something so gentle be so powerful?'; 'I felt put back together 'the right way'; 'I feel like I've been on a week's holiday'; 'when I win the lottery I will have shiatsu every day!'; 'it's like a magic pill'; 'the day following shiatsu, my sciatic pain resolved itself'; 'what a workout!'; 'I felt better able to make decisions'; 'following shiatsu, I was able to respond to my friend gently rather than irritably, and yet still fully expressing myself'; 'I felt better able to manage situations gracefully, rather than aggressively'; 'if everyone in the world had shiatsu every week, then we would have world peace.'; 'Shiatsu makes you smile!'; 'I've never felt so relaxed in my life!'.

about Bodywork in the form of Do-in and Tai chi qi gong exercises... 'chilled'; 'apparently gentle exercises, left me feeling more balanced and comfortable in my body'; 'some of the standing tai chi qi gong exercises are really challenging'; 'the variety of movement feels really health enhancing'; 'wow, my knees feel better!'; 'after the session, walking back I noticed I felt more benign and peaceful; my pelvis felt 'softer' (in a good way); potentially more able to cope with life'.

about Reflection in the form of Meditation and the Transformation Game... 'the Transformation Game gets me thinking about issues 'outside the box'; 'it's such a special game to support and promote reflection and inspiration'; 'profound - somehow the words on the cards hit the spot, whether I know it at the time or not!'; 'the ideas on the cards can take us places that we weren't expecting, and with unexpected but important wisdom along the way'; 'space for inspiration and allowing next steps to emerge'.


What are wellbeing and reflection techniques good for?

Most people in many situations can benefit from any of these techniques.

For example, Shiatsu bodywork and Do-in/ Tai Chi exercises can be helpful in overall wellbeing promotion, as well as de-stress, feeling more balanced; people with MS, Parkinsons, stroke have consulted and found these helpful.

Spiritual practice, along with reflective techniques are a good baseline to help gain daily balance, and longer term equilibrium and planning.

The practice presently has a particular interest in supporting people with dementia due to Alzheimer's disease, along with their carers. If you would like to discuss this, please contact Catherine. Also consider the notes produced by the Shiatsu Society on this subject.


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