Grassroots Shiatsu Workshop at The Shiatsu College Brighton  

Vitality & Nourishment

Welcome to the Shiatsu College Brighton. It’s weekend no.6 of our academic College year. These first three hours are for all abilities to learn Shiatsu, Acupressure and Energy work for wellbeing to share with your family & friends. This Saturday we will be working with our Lung Energy for vitality & breath and Spleen Energy for nourishment & grounding, while understanding how we can support these specific organs and their associated Energies within ourselves and others. ‘Grassroots’ is on every Saturday of The College’s eleven weekends that run throughout the year. ‘Blend in’ with the current Shiatsu and Acupressure students, where we are always pleased to see new faces and old friends. 

Grassroots’ Saturday morning workshops: Energy and meditative exercises. Shiatsu techniques and theories. Deep and meaningful self-healing & sharing hands on bodywork, always taught with joy and laughter. Fee £24.00. No experience needed.

Previous students or practising Shiatsu therapists are welcome to stay for the whole day, gaining more support & CPD input. Fee: £60.00 10am – 5.30pm.



For all College Activities. Please wear loose, comfortable, well covering plain clothes & clean socks. Feel free to change when you arrive to feel fresh (we move around a lot). Bring a light lunch; if you are staying for a full days’ course. (Food shops are only 5 mins away.) Teas, Coffee & Snacks are provided for breaks. Doors open at 9.30am to settle in, have a drink, say hi and sign in. Please make contact with any specific questions.


Contact Us to book your place at: [email protected]

Check out our website for other courses:

Head of Branch Claire Gilliver:  07951 170637

Location for all these activities: The Sussex Multiple Sclerosis Centre, Southwick Recreational Ground, Croft Avenue, Southwick, West Sussex, BN42 4AB.

Train from Brighton Station to Southwick Station is approximately 12 mins. Then walk to the Centre, situated in the park, approximately 7 mins. (average walking time). Plenty of free Parking. Buses run from Brighton also.