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In ancient Egypt water was compensation for the freedom that the soul
loses in its bodily form. Find, explore, and share
that freedom in the body in water.

BODYWORK

Watsu is the world's first Aquatic Bodywork. Like massage, it can be applied professionaly or shared with family and freinds. Warm water, and unconditional holding create a space safe enough for the one in our arms to access every level of their being. Practicing, adapting its established form, being wherever someone arrives in Free Flow, engages our whole being.

THERAPY

Watsu is one of the three principle modalities of Aquatic Therapy. It promotes a deep state of relaxation. Quieting the sympathetic and enhancing the parasympathetic nervous systems, Watsu has profound effects on the neuromuscular system. It relieves conditions caused by stress, chronic pain and the discomfort of pregnancy and helps those with special needs.

ROUNDS

Watsu is a joy to give and to receive. Being in threes adds to that joy, and the ease in learning Watsu. Each time it is your turn to share moves that you have learned, explore, eyes closed, with a third overseeing, the depth of the connection, and the peace. The classes on the registry schedules marked with WR introduce Watsu's basic moves in rounds and welcome all ages.



Worldwide Aquatic Bodywork Registry

Harold Dull

started watsu in 1980 by applying the moves of Zen Shiatsu while floating people at Harbin Hot Springs. When he, and others who joined to help develop Watsu, were invited to teach around the world, Harold began a Registry to store classes and authorizations to practice and teach. 20,000 from 90 countries have transcripts on the Registry. All authorized classes that can be applied to be registered as a practitioner of Aquatic Bodywork are listed on this Registry. Find the instructor here before attending any class.

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