Watsu

We are unable to offer Watsu at this time. Please check back later.

Watsu is a passive form of aquatic therapy that incorporates the principles of Zen Shiatsu in our heated therapy pool. Supported by flotation devices and the therapist, your body will float just below the surface as the therapist moves you through a series of movements to release blocked energy paths that correspond with acupuncture points. Watsu promotes circulation, healing, deep relaxation and increased range of motion.

Learn more about the services we offer:

 

Conditions Watsu may help treat include:

  • Arthritis
  • Chronic Pain
  • Sleep disorders 
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Anxiety
  • Musculoskeletal disorders
  • Digestive issues
  • Inflexibility
  • Limited range of motion
  • Tight muscles

Pricing

 # of sessions  Member    Nonmember  
 60-minute  $85  $95
 90-minute    $130  $140
 Package of three 60-minute sessions  $235  $262
 Package of three 90-minute sessions  $359  $386

Prices subject to change.
Before your first visit, please complete this Health Form and bring it to your appointment.

ATSU PRICING
 # of sessions Member  Nonmember 
 Initial assessment (1-1.5 hours)  $125  $125
 One hour  $80  $90
 Initial assessment plus 3 one hour sessions  $325  $355
 Package of 4 sessions  $295  $325

Prices subject to change.

A physician consent form may be required to participate in the Watsu Aquatic Therapy Program. It can be obtained from the Courtesy Desk or downloaded here.  Please mail/fax it to your physician prior to your first Watsu appointment. A notice of 24-hours for cancellations is appreciated and required.

WATSU PRICING
 # of sessions Member  Nonmember 
 Initial assessment (1-1.5 hours)  $125  $125
 One hour  $80  $90
 Initial assessment plus 3 one hour sessions  $325  $355
 Package of 4 sessions  $295  $325

Prices subject to change.

A physician consent form may be required to participate in the Watsu Aquatic Therapy Program. It can be obtained from the Courtesy Desk or downloaded here.  Please mail/fax it to your physician prior to your first Watsu appointment. A notice of 24-hours for cancellations is appreciated and required.

Gratuities

Galter LifeCenter has a no-gratuity policy. The best gift you can give is a referral or to come back and see us again.

Appointment Availability

Appointment times vary. Please contact Diane Novak for details: 773-729-2396, ext. 7356, or dnovak@schosp.org.

Cancellation Policy

Galter LifeCenter has a 24-hour cancellation policy. If you need to cancel your appointment, contact your practitioner or the Courtesy Desk. Clients who call and cancel with less than 24 hours’ notice will be charged a $25 cancellation fee. Clients who do not show up for an appointment and do not call to cancel will be charged for the full session.  

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For more information about our services email Kayla at kkulans@schosp.org



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773-878-9936, ext. 7356 


"This place makes me feel powerful and in control, no matter what's happening with my body." - Lorraine, age 70

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