Sue Cooper

Newton Abbot TQ13 01364 652105 01364 652105 07974 835082 07974 835082

About me

Shiatsu is a clothed acupressure massage working with Ki, life force energy, in the body. Shiatsu relieves stress and anxiety, grounds our emotions, eases pain and discomfort and gives clarity to our thoughts. It clears blockages and re-balances the body. It can put you in touch with yourself. Shiatsu will help support you in your everyday life. It can aid managing long term health problems and contentment; or acute pain and illness. Shiatsu is also wonderful as a complete relaxation treat. You don’t need to be ill to choose shiatsu!

Benefits of shiatsu

  • It relaxes mind & body
  • It restores & balances energy
  • It eases tension & stiffness
  • It helps posture
  • It promotes motivation and promotes sleep patterns
  • It is compatible with other medical treatments

Shiatsu – Healing body work

Shiatsu comes from Oriental medicine; it seeks to balance the body’s energy using fingers, palms and elbows to contact acupressure points and meridians. It is based on the same theory as acupuncture but using hands, not needles, on the clothed body. Shiatsu is gentle to receive and may make you feel invigorated yet deeply relaxed. Treatments are tailored to your individual needs. Shiatsu works on emotional and mental difficulties as well as the physical body. If you have been feeling down, stressed, anxious or have soreness anywhere shiatsu can help you.

We all hold on to stress and anxiety in different ways. With some it is held in the neck and shoulders, when tired it can move down into the lower back. You may hold tension more in one shoulder which raises one hip causing imbalance throughout the whole body. Aches and pains affect our mobility, our sleep, our vitality. With some people anxiety goes straight to the stomach affecting our digestion or causing IBS, with others it rises to the head causing headaches and migraines.

Emotional difficulties such as grief and loss; affect us in different ways. This may affect our breathing making us feel short of breath, or increase our blood pressure or make us feel our heart is racing. Our thoughts may churn round and round making one feel restless and causing insomnia. When we feel vulnerable not only do we feel unable to emotionally protect ourselves, our physical protection, our immune system, can be weakened making us more susceptible to illness.

Shiatsu supports us in letting go in the mind and in the heart and in the body. It helps us process our emotions and feel supported. This may allow our shoulders to relax; our back feel supported lengthening our spine, our breath to deepen and our digestive system to settle. As all the tension is released from our bodies and minds over time all physical symptoms associated with these held tensions will heal. Shiatsu can also reduce discomfort from joint pain or arthritis. Our body vitality will be increased, our immune system strengthened. Regular shiatsu can then help support us manage the inevitable stress of our everyday lives preventing the re-occurrence of the physical symptoms, the aches and pains, which had become a part of our everyday lives.

Shiatsu gives clarity to our thoughts and helps with motivation and decision making. It is fantastic at particularly stressful times like GCSE or A-level exams, or job interviews and presentations.

Shiatsu is also fantastic to receive during pregnancy or during the menopause when so many physical and emotional changes are happening. Shiatsu is safe during all three trimesters and as well as grounding our emotions it can really help with physical discomfort and can reduce morning sickness.

Testimonials

I had been troubled by a neck injury from playing rugby.  After my first visit to Sue, I was able to move my head normally and stand visibly straighter.  My wife burst into tears when she saw me, she hadn’t seen me standing that straight for years.  Now my wife and I both see Sue regularly, she helps keep us young!

John Sinnet

Sue’s shiatsu has helped me physically, mentally and emotionally through many hard times.  She has also really helped my daughter. She is a gem.  Lesley

Lesley

Sue is very calm and easy to chat to.  Her place is like a safe haven. I would thoroughly recommend a session with her, even if it is only a taster.

Jane, Scoliosis Sufferer.

Training, qualifications & experience

I graduated from the Devon school of shiatsu with a Diploma in Shiatsu in 2008.

Since then I have had my practices in Chudleigh and Ashburton.

I also give shiatsu in the workplace for companies based within a 15 mile radius of Ashburton.

Therapies offered

Other available therapies

Indian Head Massage

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Fees

Charges
£45 initial consultation
£40 for hour treatment

£20 1/2 hour treatments available

Further information

I also treat at:

Java Room
67 Fore Street
Kingsley House
Chudleigh
TQ13 0HT

http://www.kingsleyhousewellbeing.co.uk/

If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.

Smithy Cottage
68 West Street
Ashburton
Newton Abbot
Devon
TQ13 7DZ

Kingsley House
67 Fore Street
Chudleigh
Newton Abbot
Devon
TQ13 0HT

Type of session

Home visits

Practical details

Sign language
Other languages None

Accessibility

Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair-accessible premises should have step-free access for wheelchair users and individuals who are unable to climb stairs. If a therapist's premises aren't step-free, they may offer alternative services such as telephone/web-based appointments, home visits, or meeting clients in different location, so you can choose the option that suits you best.

You can contact the therapist to discuss the options available.

Under the Equality Act 2010 service providers have a duty to make reasonable adjustments to ensure that individuals with disabilities can access their service. You can read more about reasonable adjustments to help you to access services on the CAB website.

Wheelchair user access

I am able to travel to a persons home if they are unable to manage stairs etc

Availability

9.00 - 3.00 and 5.30 - 8.30

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