“Healing is an Inside job” Dr B J Palmer
Welcome to Jaynepshiatsu
I am a complementary therapist offering Shiatsu and Reflexology.
I am currently offering sessions from the Lovat Hotel in Fort Augustus on Thursday, Friday & Saturday.
My aim is to help you find balance by reconnecting to the core of who you are-by letting go of what no longer serves you, so you can enjoy better health and live your best life in a natural and healthy way.
"Sometimes reaching out and taking someone’s hand is the beginning of a journey. At other times, it is allowing another to take yours."
Bringing an open heart and mind, Jayne has an empathic way of working with people. She is able to step in to their shoes and understand what they are going through and where they would like to progress with their health and well-being goals.
Prior to training as a shiatsu practitioner Jayne was a community dance facilitator, working with people to develop their health and well-being through the medium of dance.
Jayne's interest in how our bodies work-the link between body, mind and emotions led her to shiatsu.
Jayne is a member of Shiatsu Society UK, was peer mentor coordinator for shiatsu practitioners in North West, supported Shiatsu College Manchester as a teaching assistant from 2020 until her move to Scotland in 2022
Shiatsu can help create space in the body to allow energy to rebalance.
Joint rotations improve mobility & release tension in shoulders, neck, hips, ankles, and wrists.
Shiatsu also works on an emotional level for example, feelings of grief, anxiety, frustration and feeling low.
Back work to release tension, connect with energy channels to improve circulation through the ribs & spine.
Shiatsu can help the body move the nervous system from a state of stress (sympathetic state) into a more restful parasympathetic state where breathing slows, muscles relax, digestion improves, and the mind calms.
Get in Touch
Service available in Invermoriston, Invergarry, Fort Augustus & Drumnadrochit - either in your own home or from the Lovat hotel in Fort Augustus.