The Secrets of Japanese Treatment w/Manual Medicine
October 19-20, 2019
Sat 9-6 & Sun 9-5
75 NW Couch St
Portland, OR 97209
14 NCCAOM PDAs (Pending)
Registration refund policy:
90% refund applied if request received greater than 2-weeks from date of event
No refunds if cancellation received within 2-weeks of event
Learn to identify the key areas to assess your patients needs and
which Sotai moves to use
Learn to move beyond the basic Sotai principles;
design your own unique contemporary Sotai moves
"Experience the Contemporary Sōtai of
-Jeffrey Dann, PhD
New to Sotai?
This workshop is ideal practitioners looking to work in a more gentle manner, with a focus on palpation, structural assessment, and active listening. No experience in Traditional Japanese Medicine is necessary. Although the techniques are gentle in nature, the effects are profound and immediate. This seminar will focus on treatment protocol for integration into your clinical practice.
Brief Overview of Seminar...
This is a hands on seminar. There will be demonstration and lecture, but the majority of time will be spent practicing techniques. The goal is to assist you in integrating the techniques into your practice for Monday morning. Not only will you learn Sotai Intuitivo techniques to integrate into your patient treatments, but also how to teach your patients self care techniques. In addition, there will discussion of how as practitioners we can protect ourselves from burnout and "negative ki."
Learn how to apply Sotai Intuitivo principles for rapid pain relief
Ability to integrate techniques into practice to improve outcomes.
Understand Dr. Hashimoto’s “secret” that delivers whole body results with simple local movements
Identify key body assessments for your patients and which Sotai moves to perform
Understand how to expand beyond the basic Sotai principles to design your own unique Sotai moves
Hiroaki Komatsu (Sotai specialist; Licensed Anma, Massage & Shiatsu therapist)
Hiroaki was born in Tokyo and now lives and practices in Kyoto. He studied Sōtai with Maruzumi Kazuo, a disciple of Hashimoto Keizo, among others. He opened his Sōtai therapy center, Akatoki-An, in 2010 and he sees patients from all over the world (over 20 countries) as well as from Japan. With a deep interest in martial arts and spiritual disciplines, he has taught collaborative seminars blending Sōtai with Qigong, meditation, as well as aspects of traditional kobudo martial arts. He calls this blended new approach Sōtai Intuitivo. He has also worked to bring together the students of Dr. Hashimoto Keizo to host events in Sendai (where Dr. Hashimoto lived) recalling Dr. Hashimoto while he was still living and working, so that the next generation of Sotai practitioners can benefit from these stories and information. This will be Hiroaki's 2nd visit to the US and first time to Portland.