Eight Islands

We just received two beautifully designed and printed copies of Yashima — a journal dedicated to Japanese Culture and Martial Arts.

Stéphane Crommelynck from Sakura Dojo conducted an interview with Ohashi at Dr. Karine Favresse’s home in Wavre, Belgium this past March, 2018. The interview, entitled Rencontre avec Ohashi sensei le maitre du Shiatsu, is published in this inaugural issue.

Yashima refers to Japan’s eight main islands. This promising publication is a must for those interested in Japanese culture and arts. Find out more here. And check out the video about Yashima Magazine.

In our Spring Newsletter we highlight the three interviews in Belgium. Ohashi was very honored to be interviewed about his life, experience and work.
Upper left
: Ohashi demonstrates using two separate points on Stéphane Crommelynck to create greater pressure without pain. Lower left: Ivan Bel with Ohashi. Right: Ludovine Dumontet with Ohashi. If you haven’t yet, check out the interviews conducted by Ludovine Dumontet, a student of shiatsu and author of her blog “Bien être par le shiatsu et le do in,”  and Ivan Bel, a shiatsu teacher at Ryoho Shiatsu, who posts his interviews with many practitioners of Eastern healing arts.

Read more at Yashima Magazine.



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