David McCarthy has been involved in Amatsu Therapy since 2000. He has been running a very successful clinic since, with over 30,000 treatments to date. His vast clinical experience in treating a variety of ailments through the years is demonstrated in his teaching. David is very passionate about Amatsu and he believes it is important for him to keep educating himself. He regularly travels around the world to improve his skill set for the benefit of his 3500+ clients and Amatsu students.
Sean Beakey has been involved in oriental clinical practices for over 20 years. His related skills and experience extend across a vast range of areas. A qualified master practitioner and tutor of Amatsu – trained under Dennis Bartram. In addition, Sean is a fully qualified Personal Trainer, Fitness Instructor, Team Coach, Expert in Martial arts and has lectured on multiple courses qualifying individuals in a range of health and fitness arenas. Sean holds seminars in Health & Life Management, Nutrition Management, Movement, Posture & Alignment and regularly features as a guest speaker and consultant expert on related topics in the media arena. Due to Sean’s extensive career in the Health, lifestyle, fitness and wellness arena his ability to relate to students and portray the subject matter is second to none. Sean brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to his presentation which leaves the student feeling informed and catered for.
During my personal pursuit of the most balanced, healthiest and enriched lifestyle, I have studied and currently practice advanced yoga and maintain a healthy, vegetarian lifestyle. My journey was significantly enriched when I discovered Amatsu, to such an extent that I moved away from a very successful career in the financial sector to the privileged position of performing Amatsu treatments as a qualified Amatsu therapist. I have discovered that AMATSU offers the client the opportunity move away from an injury, condition or disease in a deliberate and structured way very successfully. The human body is an amazing piece of engineering - I firmly believe we owe it to ourselves to keep it well, fit and balanced, essentially running as smoothly as nature intended.