Shiatsu @ CLAN

For the last 3.5 years Kay and Martin have been offering Shiatsu to cancer patients and their relations or carers at CLAN (Cancer Link Aberdeen & The North), and it has been so appreciated.

Shiatsu has been used to treat the whole person and as part of that it is a time to relax away from the western treatments for cancer and also address some of their side effects. Naturally, cancer patients are people with other normal issues from back pain to migraines and digestive things, all the way to helping them find their way back to feeling calmer or more centred and such-like.

If you know anyone suffering from cancer or being bereaved by someone dying from it, CLAN is there to help and naturally, some people do not wish to go to a place like CLAN but instead see someone at the Rosemount Centre…

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