Learn Amatsu - Amatsu Therapy International

Learn Amatsu

Register your interest in learning Amatsu Therapy

Welcome to Amatsu Therapy International (UK). We exist to promote Amatsu Therapy and to cultivate and nurture a strong network of professional Amatsu Therapy practitioners. It's great that you're interested in learning Amatsu Therapy. Our award-winning training school takes a fun and relaxed approach to training, which we've found conducive to exceptional learning for students from any background, even those who've not been a student for a while. We'd love to welcome you at our next Open Day, where you can meet some of our friendly teachers and see for yourself what it's like to be in an Amatsu training classroom.

Please complete the form below and we'll be in touch soon with more information, including dates. We'll also send you a Thank You gift for registering with us today - a short tutorial on an Amatsu Therapy or Anatomy related, educational topic.

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Best wishes from all of us at ATI (UK)

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Common Concerns and Questions Asked

What does Amatsu Therapy do?

It addresses your body as a whole, assessing and working out the root cause of a problem, to be able to make change for you

How does Amatsu therapy do this?

Through a mixture of assessment tools, Amatsu therapy will establish the priority correction to make to the body’s soft tissue, fascia, ligaments, tendons and muscles.

How long does an Amatsu therapy treatment take?

Around 45 minutes to 1 hour

What do I wear?

Amatsu is done with the client wearing loose comfortable clothing

Is Amatsu Therapy suitable for all?

If a therapy is deemed to be effective, there have to be some situations where it won’t be suitable for everybody. Amatsu therapy is not suitable for everybody, however, it is best to speak to a practitioner to find out whether it is suitable for you.

Is Amatsu Therapy a 1 hit wonder?

No, it is not. There are occasions where the recovery and change for a client is huge after 1 treatment, but this is not the norm.

Clients who have been struggling with a problem for anywhere over a month, will find that with any therapy they need to attend several times to ensure the treatment has been able to address the problem thoroughly.

Is Amatsu Therapy suitable for every condition?

No, Amatsu Therapy is a physical therapy and as such, there are conditions that are not able to be treated effectively by it. However, it is also possible that symptoms can be alleviated/made acceptable for the client when living with ongoing/long term illness.

What makes Amatsu therapy different?

Taijutsu – natural body movement. All Amatsu practitioners are taught to move in this way, to ensure they can preserve their own longevity and treat their clients in a very effective way.

What does working on soft tissue mean?

It means that we work on all the layers that surround bones. The end result is that the fascial restrictions found are given the opportunity to release. This in turn, means that the bony joints underneath are able to float better.

Why would Amatsu therapy be a good therapy to learn?

• Understanding of the Godai and being a truly holistic treatment
• Toolbox full of assessment techniques, meaning understanding exactly what the clients normal is.
• On from this it means assessment can lead to very clear results for treatment
• Treatment toolbox is full of opportunities, no fixed protocol, simply making the right choices for the client, based on findings
• Referenced, structured and Award winning training