Tui-Na – Anma, Chinese and Japanese Medical Massage with Gua Sha and Cupping

April 20, 2019

April 21, 2019

8:30 am To 5:30 pm

Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Pensacola West, FL, 2607 Wilde Lake Boulevard, Pensacola, FL, USA




Event Description

A comprehensive and holistic approach to myofascial pain,conditions and beyond. Ideal for acute and chronically ill patients. Students are taught on the first day a system of complete full body massage protocols. Case studies are discussed and treated on the second day. The use of complementary tools like Gua Sha ( Scraping ) and cupping are taught in conjunction with a full body treatment . Since the therapy addresses the source of the problems by connecting energetically with Qi, results are longer lasting and deeper than conventional Western massages


Wolfgang Luckmann

2021 Wildcat Cliffs Lane , Lawrenceville, Ga. 30043


About the Instructor

Wolfgang Luckmann has been teaching continuing education classes for massage therapists and acupuncturists for some 20 years. Has has a teaching degree in languages from South Africa. he completed his training in Traditional Chinese Medicine in the States and is still currently practicing acupuncture, massage and homeopathy in the Atlanta area. Currently he is teaching some 12 different massage continuing education classes all over the United States.

Registration Details

$ 50.00 deposit locks down your place. FSMTA members get $ 25.00 off . Group discounts for three or more of $ 25.00 each. You can use a credit card,check,money order or cash at the door. You can use Wolfgang Luckmann’s Paypal account on his website and use the email address: [email protected]

Related Classes

Tui Na

Tui na is a quintessential Chinese bodywork technique. It is more rhythmic and incorporates more stroke types than acupressure but follows the same belief in energy meridians. It places particular emphasis on opening up joints to allow the flow of chi, or vital energy, through the body.

In continuing education, tui na may be taught on its own or incorporated into a larger healing system. It is often paired with other Chinese medicine techniques like cupping and herbalism. Because tui na is considered an integral part of medical practices in China, courses in clinical application and sports massage adaptation may be available.