Seiki (meaning “Life movement - harmony”)
Seiki is an approach to self-healing. It is also a manual Ki-Therapy, developed by the late Japanese Shiatsu Teacher Akinobu Kishi, who spent most of his life researching and demonstrating the process of human healing. It is Kishi’s legacy to the Shiatsu and the therapeutic body-work world, as well as a vehicle for discovering a balanced and “more” authentic way of consciously living in resonance with nature and the wider experience of being alive and well on this planet ...
At the heart of Seiki, health and disease are seen as aspects of our relationship to life and the therapeutic invitation here is how to address the balance in one’s own life movement rather than focusing on mending “ill-health”. For this, Seiki is also being practised as a guide to self-healing and development ...
Akinobu Kishi is the founder of Seiki, an approach to self-healing and a manual Ki-therapy he developed after studying extensively in the fields of Japanese healing traditions and Western therapeutic disciplines, as in Bio-Energetics, Cranio-Sacral therapy and Acupuncture. He is an internationally renowned Shiatsu teacher and master who dedicated half a century of his life researching, demonstrating and facilitating the process of human healing for each one different, yet universal in nature ...
Personal Statement from Daniela Coronelli
The Seiki way of life and approach to healing has deeply influenced my work with people in the last decade. I dedicated to continue to develop and share its transformative effects with interested clients and students. Since 2004, I have been giving Seiki alongside Shiatsu treatments, in Totnes, and facilitating periodic Seiki courses in Devon and Bristol from 2007. When I was first introduced to Seiki by Akinobu Kishi in 2003, during a residential he taught in Herefordshire, I had already been practising Shiatsu, for 15 years ... Read More ...
How Does Seiki Work?
Seiki works to promote and recover health by supporting the self-balancing capacity our bodies and minds have (called ‘Ki’ in seiki and shiatsu, and ‘homeostasis’ in orthodox medicine) to return to a state of balance. There
are continuous examples we can take from daily life, to observe how this self-regulating process occurs ...
Can Seiki Help Me? / Is Seiki for Me?
Maybe you would like to receive Seiki because you are experiencing physical pain and tension somewhere in your body, or perhaps you are feeling stressed about a challenging event/ situation in your life, or maybe you are experiencing a recurring difficult emotional or mental state. Whatever your condition, Seiki can offer you assistance to relax deeply and to receive what it is that you are experiencing in your body and in yourself ...
Long-term Benefits reported by people who have received Seiki include:
Increased resilience towards illness and pain
a readiness to enjoy life and to respond to life’s inevitable challenges, rather than resisting or avoiding them
emotional and psychological stability
an ability to be more spontaneous, more free to be and act
a renewed capacity to take care of oneself and others
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)