Chōwa Do Ki-Therapy Introductory Training
June 13, 2020
Chōwa Do is a dynamic and engaged Healing Arts Training Program designed for lay people and established therapists, by practitioners who have actively been practicing in the energetic and body work therapy field for more than 40 years.
The core intent of all Chōwa Training is as self - development practice. It is a system of training and healing that allows practitioners to grasp the fundamentals of Ki-flow in an accessible way.
As a self-development practice, emphasis is placed on rooting and deepening the practice within yourself, developing your experience and skill.
But Chōwa Do is also a therapy that can be given to others.
As a therapeutic practice, Chōwa Do is a powerful way of removing blockages within the body’s meridian system. It is hands on treatment but it is not a massage. Nor is it Reiki. The practitioner works to regulate the flow of ki within the patient, assisting them to establish harmony within their lives. Chōwa Do Therapy is an excellent adjunct therapy for already established therapists such as Massage Therapists, Shiatsu Practitioners, Acupuncturists, Nurses, Social Workers and Palliative Care Workers.
This Workshop serves as an Introduction to Chōwa Do Therapy and Training. There will be Ki - Practice, Treatment Practice and the opportunity to receive treatment as well. Time for discussion will also be given.
Requirements: None! This workshop is open to all.
Saturday June 13, 2020
from 11am - 4pm
Cost: $125 + hst
455 Spadina Ave, Suite 300, Toronto ON, M5S 2G8Registration
Please call 416-323-1818 ex. 200 to register. Payment can be made by Visa or MasterCard or in person using cash or interac. Registrations are taken on a first come, first serve basis. Register early to avoid disappointment.
Cancellations made by the student on or before two weeks prior to the course start date will result in a $35 cancellation fee. Student cancellations made after that date will not receive a refund.
Adarsa Chakra Sensei has been studying and practicing Zen Shiatsu since 1980. As head instructor at Zen Shiatsu institute and later Kokoro Dojo from 1985 until 2009 he taught many students facilitating their growth to become excellent therapists and in some cases instructors. Chakra Sensei is known for his forthright, energetic and clear style along with his ability to hold the space for students to develop themselves as strong practitioners.
Since 2010 Chakra Sensei has been working on the development of Chōwa Do alongside mentoring Zen Shiatsu therapists through training days and retreats.
Presently he is Head instructor of the Chōwa Do program.
Besides his teaching duties he has a busy private practice located in Chinatown, in downtown Toronto.
(T’agyol) Daniel Adler has been practicing Zen Shiatsu and Acupuncture for the past 20 years. He brings a deep passion and enthusiasm to his treatments and teaching, believing that they are living practices that develop and grow through continuous application and experience.
T’agyol was inspired to study and practice eastern medicine when he discovered zen shiatsu and acupuncture as effective and non-invasive forms of medical care that allow him to provide support and treatment for the average person. He has expanded his treatments to include Chōwa Do Therapy. His one on one attention to his client's concerns establishes a firm and supportive relationship between practitioner and client.
Presently T’agyol is an instructor of Chōwa Do Therapy as well as running his private practice in Toronto.