Indian Head, Face and Foot Massage with Ayurvedic Oils

November 1, 2019

November 1, 2019

8:30 am To 6:00 pm

3996 Peavine Rd, Crossville, TN, USA




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Event Description

A ancient, time – proven , holistic approach to skincare and pathological imbalances on many levels. The purpose is to detoxify first and then to strengthen and rejuvenate the whole person


Wolfgang Luckmann

2021, Wildcat Cliffs Ln



About the Instructor

Wolfgang Luckmann is a graduate of the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa , where he took a teaching degree. He has used his skills in teaching to create and implement some 12 different massage and acupuncture continuing education workshops . His workshops are based on and related to Eastern medical philosophies . He has been teaching his workshops for over twenty years. In addition to massage therapy ,he is also an active,acupuncture physician,homeopath and aromatherapist.

Registration Details

Put down a $ 50.00 deposit to lock down your place. Register online

( see website ) . Consult about bringing essential oils. You do not have to own essential oils to participate. Skin Estheticians , Reiki healers also welcome.

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Native to India, Ayurveda, is an alternative medicine practice that uses herbal medicine, lifestyle changes and massage to find mind-body-spirit harmony. Massage therapists can embrace Ayurveda as a core tenant of their approach or adapt it into a unique service offered to clients. Ayurveda continuing education can be divided into ayurvedic massage courses and comprehensive, Ayurveda practitioner courses.

In ayurvedic massage CE courses, you will learn how to assess clients using ayurvedic beliefs, use oils, dry brushes and herbal preparations during sessions and address the body’s marma, or vital points, during massage. Some courses may be geared solely toward one technique, like dry brushing. Ayurveda practitioner courses will delve deeply into ayurvedic beliefs and discuss facets like dietary adjustments and herbal supplementation.