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WaterDance. Submerged patient performing stretches. This alternative therapy is based on Watsu and is also known as WATA or WasserTanzen. Developed in 1987 by psychologist Aman Schroter and therapist Arjana Brunschwiler. It utilizes the relaxation and therapeutic effects of warm water and Shiatsu movements. Waterdance differs from Watsu by moving the patient both above and below water.
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