Welcome to the first interview in a series with female leaders, teachers and practitioners in the holistic therapeutic fields. These are women whose teaching has inspired me and I have been keen to learn more about their personal philosophy, experiences and the influences on their professional practice. I hope you enjoy hearing their story too! Let us know your thoughts, Nicole.
Profile: Dinah John BA MRSS(T), Shiatsu Practitioner and Principal of The Shiatsu College Norwich
Originally an English graduate who taught English at Language schools in Cambridge and for a year in Sudan, Dinah was introduced to Shiatsu by Clifford Andrews in 1985 and has studied with and worked alongside him since then. Dinah is a popular teacher, invited regularly to schools on the Continent as well as in the UK, where her clarity of presentation, breadth of experience and her enthusiasm are widely appreciated. Dinah is the principal of the Shiatsu College Norwich. Dinah has taught along with the founder teachers on Shiatsu College Post-Graduate CPD courses for many years and is also a long-standing editor of the Shiatsu Society Newsletter.