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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.
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.

Teresa Piddington

Teresa is a life long learner dedicated to exploring the inherent wisdom found in our natural world. As a Certified Watsu® Practitioner and Instructor she graciously shares her passion for healing by weaving together her background in Education with the most current Watsu® theory and techniques. Teresa adores connecting with and supporting each individual student while leading comfortable, inclusive, and uplifting classes. Collaborating with others to create healthy communities is her dream job.