Chinese Craniosacral Therapy with Qi Gong

February 8, 2020

February 9, 2020

8:30 am To 5:30 pm

223 E Main Street, Pilot Mountain, N.C. 27404




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Event Description

A holistic approach to myofascial pain and beyond based on the Traditional Chinese Medicine meridians and acupressure points. This modality will be  the first step when dealing with extreme pain and stress. Treatment is based on the Chinese perspective that the body is like a three – dimensional holograph whereby you can image / mirror different body parts on one another like in reflexology. For example: The knee can be treated by mirroring it on the elbow and vice versa. The left shoulder can be treated by mirroring it on the right hip or knee. This is all done through acupressure. The class first learns powerful Qi Gong techniques in preparation for the laying on of their hands on the affected painful body sites. Effects are almost immediate and long term


Wolfgang Luckmann

2021, Wildcat Cliffs Ln



About the Instructor

Wolfgang Luckmann has been practicing and teaching acupuncture and massage for over twenty years all over the United States . Most of his workshops are based on Eastern medicine philosophy. They are mostly live hands-on and are based on his extensive experiences with patients. Wolfgang is a member of the Massage therapy Hall of Fame.

Registration Details

Register with Wolfgang Luckmann on his website. A deposit of $ 50.00 is necessary to hold down the spot . Group discounts for three or more of $ 25.00 each. Payment can be with cash,check or card

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