Shiatsu Master Shinzo Fujimaki to Visit The Marsh for Variety of Programs


Apr 15, 2013 to Apr 20, 2013
12:30 PM until 02:30 PM

This event occurs daily, every 1 day(s).


Shinzo Fujimaki, one of the world's most respected and sought-after shiatsu masters, will visit The Marsh for a week of classes and programs focused on shiatsu and wellness.  His "Introduction to Oriental Healing & Shiatsu Yoga" classes are free and his other classes require a ticket purchase.  His other classes include "Five Element Theory," "Energetic Aquatic Shiatsu Yoga (E.A.S.Y.)," "Understanding the Major Meridians and Acupressure Points," and "Shiatsu Yoga for Land."  Class dates and times vary.  Please visit or call 952-930-8511 for class times and descriptions.


$30 members/$40 nonmembers


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15000 Minnetonka Blvd.
Minnetonka, MN

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