in English

Shiatsu is a form of Japanese bodywork, based on the theoretical framework of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

In the Japanese language, shiatsu means „finger pressure“. Shiatsu techniques include massages with fingers, thumbs, feet and palms; assisted stretching; and joint manipulation and mobilization.

Shiatsu can correct internal malfunctions, promote and maintain health, and treat specific diseases. The techniques used in shiatsu include stretching, holding, and most commonly, leaning body weight into various points along key channels.
Shiatsu derives from a Japanese massage modality called anma which was itself adapted from TUI NA.

How can Shiatsu help?

Shiatsu can support your immune system and any kind of healing process.
It gives you time and room to relax and calm down from daily stress and hectic life.

It helps to release tensions in your neck or back. It  brings balance to your mental and physical state and helps energy to flow again freely through your body.

It can physically support your Psychotherapy or soothe depression and anxieties.

Shiatsu is a way to better get to know yourself and your body. You could even start to feel more alive and happy with your circumstances in your life.

What happens during a Shiatsu Treatment?

The treatment takes place in a nice and quiet room in the first floor of my Shiatsu office. It normally lasts about 1 hour.

Before the treatment, we will have a short talk about your wishes, problems (any pains or sensitive areas)  and expectations.

Then you lie (all dressed up) on a big, comfortable mat (2 meters x 2,5 meters) on the floor. You can choose between lying on your stomach, your back or on your side – whatever feels most comfortable for you. After making a short “Hara diagnosis” (checks the present distribution of energy in your body), I will start treating you with different kind of Shiatsu techniques:

– Leaning (with my hands, thumbs, elbows and knies)
– Rotating (your arms, legs, limbs, shoulders etc.)
– Stretching (your arms, legs, back etc.)
– Facia body work (working with your facia by holding and releasing trapped energy and tension)
After the treatment, you will feel relaxed, calm and balanced. 
Please, drink a lot of water afterwards, to support the movement of energy in your body.


Goldammerweg 148
1220 Vienna


Phone: +43699 1 699 3136

My shiatsu office is situated in a wonderful green nature area of Vienna, right next to the Old Danube and close to the United Nations Office.

Around my house, you will find plenty of places to find relaxation and silence.
Right next door, there is a big meadow and recreation area. There is also a little beach area, where you can go swimming in the Old Danube.

What shall I bring to a Shiatsu Treatment?

Please, bring a long shirt, long comfortable trousers and a pair of fresh socks. Preferably in cotton.


60 min Shiatsu for 75 Euros

About me…

I am mother of a 10-year old daughter, a multi-linguist, an optimist and a cosmopolitan woman..:-)

I was born in Vienna in 1978. After high school, I studied mathematics and music at the University of Vienna to become a middle school teacher. Then, I went for one year to England to work as a German Language Assistant at Derby High School.

After that, I went to New York City for one year to teach mathematics at Long Island City High School.

In 2001, I returned to Vienna to teach mathematics and music at the First Vienna Bilingual Middle School (VBS) for four years.

Parallel to teaching, I attended a 3-year evening school at the HTL Spengergasse in Vienna, to become an “IT Network Administrator”.

In 2005, I went for one year to Cochabamba, Bolivia to teach mathematics at the Cochabamba Cooperative School.

In 2006, I started to work full time at the mobile phone company “ONE” as a Billing Operator, being responsible for the IT support of all billing matters. Then, I changed to “Orange Austria GmbH“.

During my time at Orange Austria, I started my Shiatsu education.

After my maternity leave, I changed into network engineering at “Hutchison Drei Austria GmbH”. At the moment, I still work part-time at the office.

My Shiatsu Diploma I received, after a 3-year course at the European Shiatsu Institute in Vienna, in 2014 (

Since then, I work as a Shiatsu practitioner, having an official licence and my own office, where I treat my clients. I am a member of the Austrian Federation of Shiatsu ( 

In January 2024 I will finish my studies and become a Counselor. So that I can additionally support my clients with their problems and challenges in personal life!

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