Chinese Ear, Hand and Foot Vitaflex Reflexology with Aromatherapy Oils

January 26, 2019

January 27, 2019

8:30 am To 6:00 pm

Quality Inn, 3434 Southwest College Road, Ocala, FL, USA




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Event Description

This modality is a comprehensive and holistic therapy that goes beyond myofascial pain and dysfunction. On the first day the student is taught all the various manipulative skills that include acupressure techniques  and essential oils for a full protocol. On the second day the student learns case studies and assessment techniques. This therapy is ideal for the chronically ill and complex patients


Wolfgang Luckmann

2021 Wildcat Cliffs Lane, Lawrenceville, Ga. 30043


About the Instructor

Wolfgang has been teaching continuing education classes for massage therapists and acupuncture physicians for almost twenty years. He was educated in South Africa according to the British system of education and has taught language skills in Colleges and High Schools before turning to Traditional Chinese Medicine and complementary therapies. He has published various articles on acupressure and massage in the magazine: Massage and Bodywork ( ABMP ) and has been featured in the Florida State Massage Therapy convention in Orlando for several years

Registration Details

You just need a $ 50.00 deposit to lock down your place. FSMTA members get a $ 25.00 discount. Group discounts for three or more of $ 25.00 each. You can pay with credit card through my Paypal account. Use e-mail: [email protected] OR, ay by check,money order or cash at door

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More than just a foot massage, reflexology follows a map of reflex points on the feet, hands and ears that correspond to the body’s organ systems. Practitioners apply pressure to the reflex points to promote wellbeing in those body systems. Some forms of the modality also teach assessment of a client’s feet, hands, face and ears to judge overall health.

Reflexology continuing education is often split into hand, feet and ear units that can be taken separately. Brief courses will discuss how to incorporate basic techniques into spa massage while specialty training delves into the Chinese medicine basis of the practice, how to address client complaints like headaches and how to use hot stones and other tools in your sessions.