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A Shiatsu session

I would totally endorse Tania Davis’ views.I have found Dominic Cleary to be an excellent practitioner of Shiatsu Massage and have greatly benefitted from his skills. The initial reasons I began treatment were successfully worked through and there were other benefits I had not anticipated. From the first session I experienced a great increase in energy and wellbeing and a sense of feeling ‘together’.The session lasts for an hour with some time at the beginning for sharing of concerns and relevant information gathering.The treatment itself is very pleasant,sometimes vigorous and gives one a great sense of being tended to or being cared for.By the end of a session I have felt deeply relaxed and have a sense of feeling’ unified’ or ‘at one with myself’.
Over several years (I have also attended a Qi Gong class)I have found Dominic to be caring and empathic and a conscientious,reliable and ethical practitioner with a vast knowledge of the field of ‘wellbeing’. I have no hesitation in heartily recommending him.

I have been receiving shiatsu from Dominic for many years now as well as participating in his Tai Chi and Qi Gong classes. I have found this support from him truly life changing and it has affected my life in many positive ways, both personally and professionally as a psychotherapist/counsellor. I have a connected and caring relationship with my body now and I have much more understanding of the profound wisdom of my body, both from an embodied learning by experience and from learning the philosophy behind the work that Dominic does. Dominic is hugely devoted to helping others in his work and is a gifted teacher. Having been supported by him for a long period of time, I know he engages in continuous learning and I can see how his work has developed over time so he can support others in the best possible way he can. I feel strongly about the healing power of the work he does and have recommended him to many people who could benefit greatly from this type of support.

Tania Davies