Currently doing my MSc dissertation, my main research interest lies in Multiple Sclerosis care and rehabilitation in its relevance to Oriental Medicine.
Appreciating the world as an organic whole and using dialectical logic, I contribute my part in making sense of the current and changing it.More about me
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A Brief Personal Overview
The congress was held in a nice venue in Greenwich, between 16-18 of September. The organizers did everything possible for a successful meeting and supported the participants and attendants with all their heart. About 45 practitioners participated, representing many countries, including: Austria, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Croatia, France, Greece (with Finland embedded), Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain and the UK.
The present proposal is aimed to brainstorming of Shiatsu Practitioners and teachers in Shiatsu Schools in Finland. Written exchange of opinions is suggested before a face-to-face discussion meeting which could define further steps toward drawing a roadmap for the professionalization of Shiatsu in the country.
James E. Strick, Wilhelm Reich, Biologist, Cambridge, MA, Harvard, University Press, April 2015, pp. 480 (Hardcover, 9780674736092)
Who was Wilhelm Reich? Was he a crackpot charlatan as he is usually depicted? Or was he a genius scientist, far ahead his time as most of his followers claim? Whichever of the two options you choose, you are not going to find evidence to support your claim in the latest book by James E. Strick, published recently by the Harvard University Press under the title Wilhelm Reich, Biologist.