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Integrated Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage

08/31/2024 - 09/01/2024 - King of Prussia, PA

$290.00

Available Seats: 12

Expiry Date: September 2, 2024

SKU KOP-083124-1
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Course Description:

This workshop is a multi-level approach and focuses on four interrelated areas and syndromes where dysfunctions occur.:

  • TOXICITY
  • CIRCULATION / LYMPHATIC FLOW
  • IMMUNE SYSTEM
  • INFLAMMATION (inside/outside)

First, the theory of circulatory/lymphatic disorders are examined from a Western and Traditional Chinese Medicine perspective. Secondly, a hands-on approach is used where the modalities of a. acupressure b. essential oils c. cupping and c. manual lymphatic drainage (Vodder style) are used in sequence. Thirdly, visceral manipulation is used on organs like the Spleen (the largest lymphatic gland).

The result is a synergistic blend that is systemic and holistic in the outcome. Results are deep and long-lasting because many physiological systems, like the endocrine system and not just the muscular or circulatory system, are addressed.

The goal and outcome for the student is as follows:

  • Evaluate the signs and symptoms of the client who has: Toxicity (emotional and physical), circulatory/lymphatic disorders, inflammation, and immune system weaknesses
  • Compare the benefits of treatments involving acupressure, essential oils, cupping and manual lymphatic drainage
  • Identify and distinguish important acupressure points and meridians involved in healing inflammations, circulatory disorders, toxicity and weak immune systems
  • Set up a protocol and perform a blend of treatments that include acupressure, essential oils, cupping and manual lymphatic drainage
  • Evaluate results and compare with conditions before and after
  • Perform preventive maintenance

The results are as follows:

  • Better emotional well-being and grounding
  • Less or no inflammations (inside and outside), very little or no pain
  • Less or no swelling/edema or skin discolorations (the skin is the largest organ of elimination), because of circulatory/lymphatic disorders, toxicity, inflammations, medicines, etc.
  • Better mental alertness, focus

This modality is applied first for a chronically ill client who not only has myofascial pain and dysfunctions, but evidence of systemic disorders. Massage Therapists, Estheticians, Reiki Healers and Nurses can all benefit from learning this holistic approach. Participants will be able to apply this therapy in a variety of practices, like spa and resort body treatments, sports massage facials, rehabilitation, medical massage and more.

Participants are asked to bring: Set of linens. Participants are recommended to wear comfortable clothing, sports tops, shorts, etc.

Date: Saturday, August 31st & Sunday, September 1st, 2024

Time: 8:30 am to 5:30 pm both days

CE Credits: 18

Location:

Cortiva Institute – King of Prussia Campus

211 South Gulph Road, Suite 100

King of Prussia, PA 19406

Phone: 484-690-1400

About the Instructor:

Wolfgang Luckmann A.P. (Acupuncture Physician), DiHom, L.M.T. is a licensed acupuncture physician, massage therapist and homeopath who has taught internationally for the last 20 years. He trained in traditional Chinese Medicine at the Acupressure Acupuncture Institute in Miami and in Clinical Advanced Therapeutic Massage at the College for Natural Health. He has pioneered many uses of Oriental Body Modalities for psycho-somatic disorders including treatments for ADHD/Hyperactivity and Autistic children. Currently he teaches workshops for massage therapists and acupuncturists all around the United States, and was inducted into the Massage Therapy Hall of Fame in 2015.

For more information, go to www.wolfgangluckmann.com

Course Description:

This workshop is a multi-level approach and focuses on four interrelated areas and syndromes where dysfunctions occur.:

  • TOXICITY
  • CIRCULATION / LYMPHATIC FLOW
  • IMMUNE SYSTEM
  • INFLAMMATION (inside/outside)

First, the theory of circulatory/lymphatic disorders are examined from a Western and Traditional Chinese Medicine perspective. Secondly, a hands-on approach is used where the modalities of a. acupressure b. essential oils c. cupping and c. manual lymphatic drainage (Vodder style) are used in sequence. Thirdly, visceral manipulation is used on organs like the Spleen (the largest lymphatic gland).

The result is a synergistic blend that is systemic and holistic in the outcome. Results are deep and long-lasting because many physiological systems, like the endocrine system and not just the muscular or circulatory system, are addressed.

The goal and outcome for the student is as follows:

  • Evaluate the signs and symptoms of the client who has: Toxicity (emotional and physical), circulatory/lymphatic disorders, inflammation, and immune system weaknesses
  • Compare the benefits of treatments involving acupressure, essential oils, cupping and manual lymphatic drainage
  • Identify and distinguish important acupressure points and meridians involved in healing inflammations, circulatory disorders, toxicity and weak immune systems
  • Set up a protocol and perform a blend of treatments that include acupressure, essential oils, cupping and manual lymphatic drainage
  • Evaluate results and compare with conditions before and after
  • Perform preventive maintenance

The results are as follows:

  • Better emotional well-being and grounding
  • Less or no inflammations (inside and outside), very little or no pain
  • Less or no swelling/edema or skin discolorations (the skin is the largest organ of elimination), because of circulatory/lymphatic disorders, toxicity, inflammations, medicines, etc.
  • Better mental alertness, focus

This modality is applied first for a chronically ill client who not only has myofascial pain and dysfunctions, but evidence of systemic disorders. Massage Therapists, Estheticians, Reiki Healers and Nurses can all benefit from learning this holistic approach. Participants will be able to apply this therapy in a variety of practices, like spa and resort body treatments, sports massage facials, rehabilitation, medical massage and more.

Participants are asked to bring: Set of linens. Participants are recommended to wear comfortable clothing, sports tops, shorts, etc.

Date: Saturday, August 31st & Sunday, September 1st, 2024

Time: 8:30 am to 5:30 pm both days

CE Credits: 18

Location:

Cortiva Institute – King of Prussia Campus

211 South Gulph Road, Suite 100

King of Prussia, PA 19406

Phone: 484-690-1400

About the Instructor:

Wolfgang Luckmann A.P. (Acupuncture Physician), DiHom, L.M.T. is a licensed acupuncture physician, massage therapist and homeopath who has taught internationally for the last 20 years. He trained in traditional Chinese Medicine at the Acupressure Acupuncture Institute in Miami and in Clinical Advanced Therapeutic Massage at the College for Natural Health. He has pioneered many uses of Oriental Body Modalities for psycho-somatic disorders including treatments for ADHD/Hyperactivity and Autistic children. Currently he teaches workshops for massage therapists and acupuncturists all around the United States, and was inducted into the Massage Therapy Hall of Fame in 2015.

For more information, go to www.wolfgangluckmann.com