Exciting news: WATSU I COURSE is back on offer!
We are pleased to announce our first confirmed aquatic bodywork course to be available next year!
With the ever evolving situation around the world due to COVID-19 we have to remain vigilant, however the wonderful results Australia is seeing, and especially Western Australia, have allowed us to now schedule courses again and invite those of you who are able to comply with the regulations and measures currently in place due to Coronavirus.
We are excited to welcome new students and to see some familiar faces next year.
So without further adieu...
Dates: 22nd to 27th of April, 2021
Instructor: Anat Juran
Price: AUD $1590
Location: Perth metropolitan, Western Australia (venue to be advised).
To enrol / more information: Contact Anat via email@example.com OR visit our Course Schedule and Enrolments page to download your enrolment form.
Watsu is an extremely gentle form of therapeutic aquatic bodywork conducted in warm water. It works at many levels, from the purely physical to the emotional and spiritual. Watsu has been shown to relieve pain, release tension and reduce stress. It increases the body’s range of motion, improves circulation and radiates warmth, promoting deep relaxation and wellbeing.
Watsu I course is the first 50-hour module and the first step towards international practitioner certification. It is also a lovely opportunity for anyone, practitioner or novice, to learn new skills, fine tune existing ones, be introduced to the world of aquatic bodywork, and spend 6 intensive days of personal learning and professional development in a unique environment gaining a memorable experience.
Students successfully completing this course will be able to safely perform a simple 1-hour Watsu session, will be eligible for a ‘Watsu Student’ listing on the World Wide Aquatic Bodywork Association Registry well as be able to progress to the next module in the practitioner certification program.
See you in the warm water!
The Australian Institute of Aquatic Bodywork
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