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What is Ki-atsu Yoga?


Ki-atsu Yoga is classic hatha Yoga with the unique healing touch of Shiatsu. I’m Kerry White - a qualified Yoga teacher & Shiatsu therapist. I created Ki-atsu Yoga because I noticed how much my Yoga students enjoyed the combination of both of these ancient healing practices. My classes offer Yoga, Shiatsu techniques & meditation.


Sunday, 11th March, 10am - 1pm

Relieve Backache, Restore Balance 

Experience the benefits of both healing techniques of therapeutic Yoga & Shiatsu.  Practical, enjoyable & accessible, suitable for all!  More details.

Yoga for Back Care 




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2018 Yoga Class Schedule. Details.

Corporate Health & Well-Being 
Find out more about bespoke programmes for a happier, healthier workforce.  More details.

Spotlight on Shiatsu 
Shiatsu is a Japanese bodywork/massage therapy with its roots in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). It's a blend of ancient massage, traditional Chinese medicine and modern Western techniques of joint mobilisation.   More details.





What people are saying

"Yoga with Kerry is a great experience. Her class is at the same time demanding and utterly relaxing. After a day's work, the exercises truly open space, not only physically but foremost emotionally and intellectually. I highly recommend it."

Dr B. Daelmans, World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva


Kerry White

Mobile: 087 701 0551 | E-mail: kerry@kiatsuyoga.com

Ashford Yoga & Shiatsu Studio
Main Street (opposite Mount Usher Gardens)
Ashford, Co. Wicklow

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