Chiropractor Hiroshi Yamada talks about the move that changed his life
Hiroshi Yamada had a dream.
After graduating from high school, he studied psychology to become a counsellor. “I wanted to work with people,” he says, “and help them to live healthily.”
While in university, he worked at a local shelter in the evenings where he looked after children from challenging backgrounds: some had been abused, some had fallen into juvenile delinquency; others were separated from their family. “It was shocking for me to see these children,” Yamada recounts.“At the same time, I felt like I should offer them more hands-on support.” Continue reading “SUTO HEALING CENTER”