Austria - www.oeds.at
Belgium - www.shiatsu.be
Czech Republic - www.shiatsuasociace.cz
Greece - www.shiatsugr.gr
Ireland - www.shiatsusocietyireland.com
Italy - www.shiatsucos.com
Spain - www.shiatsu-apse.org
Sweden - www.kroppsterapeuterna.se
UK - www.shiatsusociety.org
Croatia - Borka Cafuk President - Morana Dogan Secretary
EFCAM - European Forum for Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Promoting Integrated Healthcare in Europe
EFCAM is the collaborative platform representing the interests of patients, practitioners, researchers and the industry involved in CAM and working to promote and develop a more holistic and integrated approach to healthcare in Europe
EPHA - European Public Health Alliance
The ESF is a member of EPHA
The European Public Health Alliance (EPHA) is a network of local, national, European and international non-governmental organisations and other not-for-profit-organisations that actively promote and protect the public health interests of all people living in Europe. This alliance brings together organisations which represent a diverse range of European citizens with an active interest in creating a healthy Europe, including consumers, patients, carers, professionals, health advocacy groups, local and health authorities and organisations committed to social justice and sustainable development.
Other Shiatsu Organisations outside Europe
AOBTA - The American Organisation for Bodywork Therapies of Asia
AOBTA is the largest membership based Asian Medicine organization in the United States.
It is a not-for-profit professional association of practitioners of Bodywork Therapies of Asia. All forms that are recognized by AOBTA originally had their roots in China. Over the centuries China, Japan, Thailand, Korea and, more recently, North America and Europe, have changed and evolved these forms into separate and distinct modalities.
Qualification for membership varies with the type and level of membership sought. AOBTA strives to maintain the highest quality and integrity of Asian Bodywork Therapists. AOBTA requires documentation of training that conforms to its curriculum requirements for Certified Practitioner of a minimum of 500 hours. Certified Instructor applicants must have fulfilled all the requirements for Certified Practitioner level membership, have been in professional practice for at least five years, and have taught ABT classes for at least five years. Non-practitioner levels of membership include Supporting and Professional organization.
STAA - Shiatsu Therapy Association of Australia
shiatsutherapy.org - Shiatsu Articles and Newsletters from the world
Canadian Shiatsu Society of British Columbia
Shiatsu Therapy Association of Ontario
Shiatsu Therapy Association of British Columbia
Shiatsu Society of Ontario
Asociación Argentina de Shiatsu