I am doing an 800 hour course in Therapeutic Massage Therapy where I will be lisenced in under a year in the following: Eastern theory including Introduction to Chinese Medicine and Herbology, and Theory of Eastern Medicine (which covers classic Chinese assessment techniques). Eastern practice includes extensive in TuiNa (Chinese medical massage), Acupressure Point Location and Indication, Tuina and Therapeutic Massage for Medical Conditions. As well as Thai Massage, Reflexology, Zen Shiatsu, Chai Qiao, and more.
Western science classes include Clinical Pathology, Practical Anatomy, Musculoskeletal Anatomy, Kinesiology and Body Structure Assessment, Anatomy and Physiology, and Pathology. Western massage methods taught include Swedish massage, deep tissue, cranioSacral, myofascial, sports massage, prenatal massage, and more
I will be specializing in all healing methods above very soon and am already ready to take in clients in August at a professional healing clinic in Shorewood, Milwaukee where there will be student massages at the East West Healing Arts Institute and discounts for 35$ an hour and 60$ for two bookings plus gift certificates. If you are in the Milwaukee area, please contact me and I will be happy to work with you.
Currently I specialize in TuiNa (Chinese medical massage), Acupressure Point Location and Indication, Tuina and Therapeutic Massage for Medical Conditions. Thai Massage, Reflexology, Zen Shiatsu, Chai Qiao, Swedish massage and Abhyanga Ayurveda massage.
Anyone is welcome to come into the clinic and pay in person to whomever is available at the front desk. I will add some of the services above in what I specialize in now, to The Living Heart, https://www.thelivingheart.net/ which will become part of the existing energetic and spiritual services that I already offer.
This practice follows a very strict code of ethics and is part of many ethical lisenced massage boards such as AMTA, FSMTB, ABMP, NCBTMB, EAP, to name a few, and who have worked really hard in maintaining what it truly means to be human and how we can all heal from touch, licensing etc. Off course there are different ways of touch and what massage therapy presents is strictly professional with strong boundaries in place between therapist and client relations.
The ethical journey is a main part of our ongoing growth as a society. How we connect, communicate, and how we value feedback as therapist from clients-is always important.
I am excited to bring forth more healing and light to the world.
In Joy and Light