Tui Na for Neck Therapy – Level 2 Certification
November 2020, Date TBA
2 1/2 Days of Training
1214 Fraser Pine Blvd.
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Important: This is a small class only take 4 dedicated students, and no refund once registered.
Neck pain is becoming increasingly common throughout the world. It has a considerable impact on individuals and their families, communities, health-care systems, and businesses. More than 80% of people have had a neck problem in the past or have a neck problem currently.
Neck problems cause other illnesses such as headache, migraine, dizziness, brain fog, memory problem, upper back pain, heart palpitation, sinus problems, hypertension, heart burn, high stress, anxiety, mood swing, TMJ, breathing problems, shoulder pain, etc. And, the age of the population having neck problems is getting younger and younger in this computer world. Therefore, neck therapy is in demand.
This special workshop teaches participants special neck therapy techniques including how to relax the neck muscles, promote circulation, relieve pain, and restore flexibility. The therapy also involves using gentle techniques to put cervical vertebrae in proper alignment and thereby relive pressure on nerves, blood vessels, and cartilage, release the pressure between cervical vertebrae, restore the nervous pathway, and so promote healing.
With these hands-on techniques, not only will people feel improvement from their original neck problem, but also promotes healing and prevention of other illnesses caused by neck problems. The practitioner will also learn special Qi Gong for neck problems, which can help their client to practice at home and continue their healing process as well as to prevent illness. This special therapy is well received by all patients.
Participants: physical therapists, occupational therapist, massage therapists, nurses, medical doctors, acupuncturists, chiropractors, and other hands-on therapists or holistic therapists.
Duration: 2.5 day in November 2020 (9 to 5 for first two days, 9 to 12:00 Noon on third day)