History of Amatsu

Amatsu is based on an ancient Japanese healing therapy, originally handed down through generations of families over thousands of years.

It was introduced to the UK in the mid 1990’s by 3 Osteopaths from the British Isles who went to Japan to study the teachings of Dr Masaaki Hatsumi, the present-day head of this ancient traditional healing.

After studying these techniques using western methods, they were granted these ancient teaching rites which led to the formulation of this amazing healing therapy. 'Amatsu' was brought back to the UK after being adapted for western use utilising diagnostics and scientific tests to evaluate and support the techniques.

 

After studying these techniques using western methods, they were granted these ancient teaching rites which led to the formulation of this amazing healing therapy. 'Amatsu' was brought back to the UK after being adapted for western use utilising diagnostics and scientific tests to evaluate and support the techniques.

Amatsu has since evolved into the therapy it is today and is effective in helping to treat a wide variety of problems

 

THE GODAI

Amatsu translates as ‘heaven’ or ‘nature’, and our well-being is maintained by 5 factors called the ‘Godai’.

According to Amatsu teaching, these 5 factors need to be in balance in order for us to enjoy full health :-

 

  • Physical – our physical structure – skin, bones, muscles, ligaments and organs

  • Emotional – how we think and feel, moods, stress, depression, anger, irritability, worry

  • Electrical or Energy – nervous and energy systems – brain activity, nerves impulses, heart - beat, acupuncture meridians.

  • Environmental – interaction with others, lifestyle, career, habitat, family set-up. Basically where, when and how you do what you do.

Chemical – hormones, nutrients, food, drink, air.

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