The art of Zenthai Shiatsu


Holistic bodywork

Zenthai Shiatsu is a modern holistic bodywork modality that draws on the traditional eastern energetic based systems of Zen Shiatsu and Traditional Thai Massage as well as the structural remediation techniques from western Osteopathy.



Effective therapy

By integrating the prime aspects of proven modalities and the creation of a safe, awake and caring healing environment, Zenthai Shiatsu has evolved to be widely recognised as an effective structural and energetic form of therapy.



Innate healing

Every treatment involves gentle stretching, massage and acupressure therapy with flowing movement that respects the bodies innate healing capacity.

Each session is designed simply to help your body reorganise itself back to its natural, free and balanced state.



Focused intention

Focused sessions with a clear intention on restoring balance to the body in alignment with the Five Element Theory from Traditional Chinese Medicine.

These elements offer a diagnostic framework to help identify & correct imbalances in our structural, mental, emotional and spiritual bodies.



Experience the beautiful art of Zenthai Shiatsu

Less is more.



On the surface we may see a creative form of bodywork integrating techniques and philosophy from Zen Shiatsu, Traditional Thai Massage and Osteopathy.

However, at its core is an invitation to freedom. Freedom not only of the structural and energetic bodies but also, if we are adventurous enough, also the mental and emotional.

Experiencing true freedom is not about ‘taking on’ anything new but more-so about letting go of the traps and blockages within our body/mind that prevent us from experiencing our true nature – joyful and free.

It becomes the focused intention for both giver and receiver using tools such as touch, breath, movement, awareness and honest self inquiry that is not confined to a yoga mat or futon but each moment of our daily life.
— Gwyn Williams, founder of Zenthai Shiatsu



"When you touch one thing with deep awareness, you touch everything."
— Thich Nhat Hanh