maryseamster@earthlink.net

Mary Seamster

Mary, in the late 70's, began her life long exploration of the correlation between mind, body and spirit. In her Water classes she incorporates her years of study in: martial arts, massage, energetic healing, Hakomi practice, group dynamics, and in the last 18 years, Pre and Perinatal Psychology. She has completed a two year land based Prenatal Training with Ray Castellino DC well as David Sawyer’s water based Integrative Aquatic Therapy. Mary's life ambition is to never stop learning; she finished her two year study of Biodynamic Cranial Sacral with Anna and John Chitty. She has been teaching Watsu® these last 17 years in private settings as well as in hospitals and PT pools. Students comment on her: passion for the work, attention to detail, body mechanics, warmth and sense of humor. When you come to her class expect plenty of personal attention.

Peggy Schoedinger

Since 1990, internationally known instructor and physical therapist Peggy Schoedinger has taught over 700 aquatic therapy seminars for therapists and practitioners at facilities throughout North America, South America, Asia, Africa, Australia and Europe. She teaches a full range of over 40 topics and techniques including Watsu, The Bad Ragaz Ring Method, The Halliwick Concept in Rehab, Trunk Stabilization, Aquatic Sensory Integration, and Aquatic Manual Therapy Joint & Soft Tissue Mobilization Techniques for patients with neurological, orthopedic, and rheumatic impairments.
Peggy is the only physiotherapist in the world who is a certified Watsu instructor for levels I, II and III. She created the Watsu III Adaptive and Clinical Watsu programs, and she specializes in teaching therapists and practitioners how to use and adapt Watsu for clients with special needs.
Peggy's frequent international trips allow her to stay abreast with the latest techniques and information from around the globe. She strives to blend the best of East and West into her classes, creating a supportive and joyful environment where each student can explore his or her unique Watsu gifts.