Shinmon Shiatsu welcomes you at two beautiful places to receive a shiatsu.
Brussels-Center, Schuman area – Boulevard Charlemagne 47 – 1000 Bruxelles
This is the main practice room. It is very accessible by public transport (Schuman station), 200 meters on foot from buses, tubes and trains… There are always parking places in the street or on the Ambiorix square. This is ideal for people working in one of the many office buildings in the area, or living there, for people coming by tube or living in the suburbs and coming by train.
The room is quiet and quite isolated from the outside world. There you can relax and be fully aware of the shiatsu you are receiving.
You will find on the spot two podology practices, so some people take advantage of that by having their feet taken care of, before or after shiatsu. From head to toe, so to say…
Opening hours: every weekday from 9am to 9pm – Some saturdays in the morning – Always by appointment.
Tube lines 1 and 5
Buses STIB 12 (Airport Line) – 21 -22 – 36 – 60 – 63 – 64 – 79
Bus TEC : E
Trains Station Schuman
Brussels North-West – Laeken, limit with Jette, Pannenhuis area
If you live in the North-West of Brussels or come from the Flanders, or like to discover new areas, it may be easier to go to Laeken. The practice room is not far on foot from the Pannenhuis tube station and the Tour et Taxis train station. Parking places in the surroundings.
The place is not in front of the buiding and so very quiet and full of light. Bamboos in the garden… you certainly wouldn’t imagine you are in Brussels.
Opening hours: on Thursday from 9am to 5pm – Always by appointment
Tube line 6 Pannenhuis – Buses STIB 49 – 53 -88
All buses of De Lijn – Stop Pouchkine
Train station Tour et Taxis
In all practice rooms shiatsu is given in the Japanese traditional way, i.e. you lie on a futon which is laid on a tatami (Japanese ground pad). Several symbols and natural, Buddhistic and Shinto objects are present, to sustain energy in the rooms.