About Me

My Mission Statement

Through this bodywork therapy, my goal is to transform lives by alleviating or eliminating pain and illness from individuals, with the compassionate use of Zen Shiatsu, enabling a better quality of life.

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Adrian Cox - Dip, MRSS, CNHC

I am a qualified Zen Shiatsu practitioner, graduating and attaining my diploma from the London College of Shiatsu. 


A lot of people have extremely busy & stressful lives that can impact the body like back pain, disturbed sleep, skin and digestive problems.This is one reason I chose Shiatsu, to help alleviate these and other issues, so people can have one less obstacle while navigating their day-to-day life. 


I provide treatments in Ealing Broadway, West London. As well as being a fully insured member of the register of the Shiatsu Society (MRSS), which is the governing body that makes sure we meet the required standard to become a practitioner, I am also registered with the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC)


It is important to choose a qualified shiatsu practitioner who has undertaken all the necessary training to understand the theory and practice of shiatsu.

You can check whether a shiatsu practitioner is registered with the CNHC by searching the register at www.cnhc.org.uk. Here you will find more information about CNHC organisation.

By choosing shiatsu practitioners registered with the CNHC you can be confident that they are properly trained, qualified and insured.


In the last 20 years I've trained in a Chinese martial art called Southern Shaolin Five Ancestors. It has helped me with awareness of self and sensing subtle changes in others, which are some of the transferable skills into Shiatsu.

Zen Shiatsu incorporates some techniques from other systems, but it has very specific methods of its own, in assisting the body to maintain a sense of wellbeing.

"Sensibility is the capacity to feel, 
recognise & distinguish the most tiny & subtle changes."
Svami Prajnanpad
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