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What is Watsu?

What is Watsu? Watsu is a passive form of hydrotherapy. In fact, it is the ultimate aquatic experience! In this video , you'll discover the many benefits of Watsu and how the buoyancy of warm water can enhance the relaxing and therapeutic effects of this unique form of aquatic bodywork.

Diana Cheng is a Certified Watsu® Practitioner in Vancouver, Canada. She will guide you through some Watsu moves that will leave you feeling relaxed, rejuvenated, and refreshed. The warm water, with a very specific warm temperature ( 96F or 35.6C), and gentle movements create a sense of weightlessness and calm, making it easier for the body and mind to let go of tension and enter into a deep and continuous meditative state. Warm water can also help to improve flexibility, range of motion, and circulation. It's an effective environment for those looking to alleviate pain and discomfort associated with conditions such as fibromyalgia, arthritis, and chronic back pain.

Watsu is not only great for physical benefits but also emotional benefits, it can be beneficial for those looking to reduce stress, anxiety, and depression, and improve overall mood and emotional well-being. If you're looking for alternative ways for pain management, physical therapy, and emotional well-being, give Watsu a try.

Book your session, if you are in Vancouver, Canada at Or find a Certified Watsu Practitioner near you at If you have benefited from Watsu before, feel free to leave a comment below and let others know how Watsu changed your life!"

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