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Free Introductory Workshop

January 18, 2018

Thursday, 7-8:00pm

Go MEANS Five

Shiki MEANS light 

Kan MEANS Center:

In modern shiatsu teachings, Go Shiki refers to the heat and energy in our hands. When we bring our two hands together in a gesture of reverence (Gassho), the right hand represents the Buddha and the left hand represents our own, physical being.Through our touch, we pray for healing energy and light to balance our energy channels in mind and body.

Our motto is: The Power of Touch

We develop our inner ear in order to hear the flow of energy. We strive to let go of our egos, projections and judgments, to become healing light, able to give loving kindness to others.  Participants are aided in their pursuit of peace, healing, health and freedom from restriction and pain.

The Center for five lights offers Shiatsu, Reiki, Yoga, Qi Gong, Karate, Iaido, Makko ho  stretches, meditation and other practices. These practices have proved to be effective tools and powerful pathways for creating and sustaining individual, family and community wellness. We foster deep communal support among members and a sense that the work is a group effort for the benefit of all of humanity and the Earth.

 

 

MISSION STATEMENT: 

The Five Lights Center focuses on self-realization through movement, meditation, breath work, and touch communication. Our Oriental healing philosophy cultivates an awareness of self and others and leads to vitality, improved health, relaxation, and a peaceful lifestyle.

Sponsored by NaoYasu Foundation International