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Learn how the getting lighter of the one in your arms each time they breathe in, engages your own breathing from a deep level, and establishes the rhythm of the moves and stretches to come. Learn how floating someone at your heart draws you into a continuum, a moving as water, and a profound stillness. Learn the moves that open every Watsu session around the world. Done on both sides and complete in itself, this unconditional bodywork can be returned to again and again without ever exhausting its potential.

Learn long gracefully flowing transitions into and out of Watsu's major positions. Learn about your own body mechanics - how to support and move each person as effortlessly as possible in the water.

The Transition Flow follows Basic Watsu and completes Watsu 1. Learn to expand the Basic form with long gracefully flowing transitions into and out of Watsu's major positions. Learn to adapt this to people of all sizes, shapes and dispositions. Learn about your own body mechanics - how to support and move each person as effortlessly as possible in the water.
Anat Juran

Since my early twenties I’ve been practicing and teaching aquatics, mostly from my own pool and with the freedom to give it my personal touch. I have a 15 years experience as a competitive swimming coach, a massage therapist and a manager of aquatic centers.
I have been involved with many different techniques and aquatic hydrotherapies modalities which have been incorporated into my work with babies, children and with special need infants. When I heard about watsu I was enthusiastic to learn a new modality. Little did I know how this would change my life…
As a watsu practitioner and a teacher I’m blessed to do the work that I love, meet inspiring people and be able to share it with them.

In my sessions and teaching I combine all my aquatic experiences.
Having a special pool that was designed to hold all my programs, my aim is to distribute and familiarise aquatic body work to the wider community so it can be used in all aspects of rehabilitations, self wellbeing, and aquatic integration