Dutch School for Classical Shiatsu 

 Dutch School for  Classical Shiatsu    

  Dutch Institute for Oriental Therapy studies 

ACCREDITED BY NVST, LVNG, NWP, VBAG, ZHONG

and BATC AS POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION.

required part of the

N.S.K.S. (HBO) SHIATSU PROFESSIONAL DIPLOMA COURSE

Moxibustion is part of Oriental medicine; it is a complementary and strengthening method that is used with many inconveniences and weaknesses.

It was originally developed in the northern, colder part of China. It is still used daily in China.

Moxibustion mostly involves the use of Moxa, which is dried mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris).

Shiatsu practitioners use Moxa in two different forms: Moxa pressed into cigar-like sticks, and Moxa looking like “wool” combined with

slices of ginger. Many forms of pain and slowed-down functioning respond very well to a Moxa treatment.

Moxa seminars are organised twice a year in the cold seasons, mostly in December and January or February.




Class times are from 11:00 until 17:00 (please arrive at 10:45)


Class begins with Do-In (for 45 minutes)


Moxa practical and theory for the rest of the day


Lunch break for one hour, from approximately 13:00 until 14:00


Tea and coffee are provided by the school


Please make sure to bring your own lunch (lunch can also be bought in

the vicinity of the school) of the school)



Place: Hendrik Zwaardecroonstraat 197-199, 2593 XP Den Haag


Price: € 75,00


All materials will be supplied for you