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This program satisfies the requirements of Czech State licensing and covers the essential styles of western bodywork necessary to create a successful career in massage.
Seymour Koblin PhD, Diplomate ABT, Certified AOBTA Instructor, HHP has been practicing and teaching Holistic Health since 1978. He is the founder of the CA state approved School of Healing Arts and academic director of the International College of Holistic Studies and International School of Healing Arts that has branches throughout, Canada and Europe. Seymour's first teachers were C. K . Chu -Tai Chi, Wataru Ohashi- Shiatsu, Shizuko Yamamoto-Shiatsu, Michio and Aveline Kushi, Herman Amhara, Noburo Muramoto, Michel Abesera, Anne Marie Colbin- Macrobiotics His ability to demystify Eastern philosophies and present them in an entertaining- easy to understand way makes him a highly appreciated facilitator of the Healing Arts. Because of the experiential nature of his workshops and sessions, participants are usually amazed at the insights they have learned and embodied. Private sessions include Exercise, Nutrition and Way of Life suggestions based on Seymour’s intuitive approach to the Ancient Holistic art of Chinese Body Reading. His classes incorporate, modern day and hands-on application examples, music, movement and humor, Seymour’s sessions and classes are life transforming events that will be long remembered and treasured. Seymour is the creator of Zen-Touch™ Shiatsu, Zen-Tone™ and Nutri-Journey™. He is author of Food for Life, The Art of Zen-Touch™ Shaping Our Destiny, Visoin Training from Sight to Soul, Home Remedies, East West Herbal Handbook and The Sacred Journey Game. Long –Distance Private sessions and classes are held through e-mail and various video/audio chat programs