Practitioners
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Argentina
Australia
Austria
Brazil
Canada
Costa Rica
Czech Republic
France
French Polynesia
Germany
Hungary
India
Israel
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Japan
Lithuania
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Spain
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Turkey
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Waterdance ... Healing Dance

The list is regularly updated. It includes those who have completed the required number of courses and have expressed their wish to be made accessible. When Watsu first began the minimum requirement was 100 hours. Those entering the program today are required to complete 500 hours (200 if they already have a licensed hands on practice). Continuing education every three years is also required to remain on the public list. Licensing and insurance requirements vary from location to location. Being on this list does not guarantee all local requirements to practice have been fulfilled.

Aquatic Bodyworkers seeking employment
Spas and Centers with Watsu Providers and Practitioners
WATSU is the first form of Aquatic Bodywork. Harold Dull began developing it in 1980 floating his Zen Shiatsu students in the warm pool at Harbin Hot Springs applying its stretches and moves. In the years since, with the help of countless others in classes, clinics and spas around the world, Watsu has evolved into what many consider the most profound development in bodywork in our time. While other modalities are based on touch, the holding that working in water necessitates, brings the receiver to a new level of connection and trust. This, combined with the therapeutic benefits of warm water and the greater freedom of movement it encourages, creates a modality that can effect every level of our being.


Watsu® is a registered service mark of Harold Dull