Patrick Sterlin

Zenthai Shiatsu Therapist

in the Byron Shire
& Sydney


Experience powerful therapeutic bodywork to restore and maintain space and movement in your body so you can be pain-free.


Zenthai Shiatsu weaves together the arts of Zen Shiatsu, Traditional Thai massage, and Osteopathy, stretching your body so it can realign itself and let go of unnecessary tensions.


What is Zenthai Shiatsu?


   A vibrant health requires blood and energy (Qi) to flow freely throughout the body. However, restrictions or even blockages can sometimes happen, due to stress, inappropriate diet, emotional or physical trauma, postural imbalances or even the invasion of external pathogens. When left untreated these conditions may end up manifesting as illness.


    Traditional Chinese Medicine provides diagnostic tools to help detect those blockages at an early stage and Zen Shiatsu allows to restore the balance through acupressure, cupping, moxibustion and diet and lifestyle advice. It also integrates Traditional Thai Massage to release muscular tension and energetic blockages, as well as Osteopathic techniques to free and bring space in articulations.


   My intention is to assist your body in restoring and maintaining its balance. Each session is uniquely designed for your needs and will take you into a graceful dance, alternating between stretches and deep pressure, rocking and stillness… Let your body unravel stored tensions in what is sometimes referred to as 'lazy Yoga'. Allow your nervous system to drop down into a deeply relaxed state, where your body can realign and heal itself.


    Sessions happen on a mat on the floor and you remain fully clothed. They are followed by specific diet and lifestyle advice, as well as custom stretches that will help you maintain your open state in the long term.

     I am passionate about helping you be the best version of yourself, your greatest gift to the world.


     Learn more about Zenthai Shiatsu on my teacher Gwyn William's website:

Here's what he says about me:
"I highly recommend Patrick and his therapeutic offerings. He is highly regarded throughout the Zenthai Shiatsu community for his deep, sensitive and transformative sessions. I personally am deeply honoured for this beautiful soul to be sharing this art with such integrity" 

Gwyn Williams, founder of Zenthai Shiatsu

Symptoms commonly addressed include :


Spleen & Stomach

Digestive issues
Heavy legs



Lungs & Colon


Hunched posture

Skin ailments

Holding on & Grief

Depressed & Isolated


Kidneys & Bladder

Lower back & knee
Frequent urination
Low energy

Lack of Will


Liver & Gallbladder


Tense shoulders

Tension headaches





Heart & Small Intestine

Heart problems

Blood pressure


Fast speech


How much does it cost?

   1 h   ...    $90

1.5 h   ...    $130 (recommended)

  2 h    ...    $170

Travel fee: $15

I also accept credit cards ($2 extra fee).
Concession fees also available. Please inquire.

24-hours Cancellation Policy

Cancellations with a notice inferior to 24 hours before the session will incur the full session price to be due.
When you give more than 24 hours notice, I am often able to fill that time slot with someone else. With short notice, I am unable to fill the slot. 

This is to honour both my time and my other client's time.
Thank you for your understanding.


Where am I?

  • Mobile therapist on Tuesdays

        I come to your place ($15 travel fee) or in a park in the Byron Shire.


You can also find me at the monthly markets in the Byron Bay shire:


As well as a few festivals:

I also travel a few times a year to Sydney (special rates apply: $105 for 1h, $150 for 1.5h and $200 for 2h). Please send me your contact details if you would like me to get in touch about my next trip. 

Next Sydney trip planned :

Tuesday, March 24th 2020 :          Warriewood

Friday, March 27th 2020     :          Bondi

Saturday, March 28th 2020 :          Balmain 

Please contact me to book in...



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Your well-being is your priority… 

may you be happy and free...