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The relief of pain, with painless exercises.


What is sotai?


Sotai is a Japanese form of movement therapy based on returning natural body

alignment by moving joints and muscles in a comfortable way, rather than

adjusting towards pain.


Sotai Therapy provides a method for neuromuscular re-education and promotes

healing in the circulatory, nervous and endocrine systems by untwisting muscular

holding patterns.


Sotai Ho is a systematic form of active and passive exercises used to correct

imbalances in the structural integrity of the body. The goal is to see where one’s

body is out of alignment and to practise specific exercises to alleviate each



The exercises and techniques are very gentle, they equalise muscle tone and can

correct postural distortions.


The aim of a Sotai treatment is to eliminate pain in the back, neck, shoulders,

etc, to line up articulations when they are misaligned and therefore release

muscular stiffness or pain anywhere in the body.


This form of Postural Alignment is used to improve suppleness and alleviate or

eliminate muscular aches and pain and treat injuries, such as sprained ankles,

tennis elbow, tendonitis, whiplash, wry neck, carpal tunnel syndrome, etc.


Check our videos on our sotai video page.



The next

Professional Sotai Course

to be held in London.

Commencing in October 2017.

Click on the image below to see the programme and to book a place.


Phone: 020 8694 6064