The Art of Japanese Zen Facial Massage with Aromatherapy

March 27, 2020

March 27, 2020

8:30 am To 6:00 pm

141 East High Street, Pottstown, PA, USA




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Event Description

A multi-level and holistic approach to skincare and beyond . The course targets myofascial pain and conditions, skin issues , headaches,stress, depression ,PTSD, ADDHD. Students learn how to select the right acupressure points , essential oils and Anma strokes to achieve rejuvenation


Wolfgang Luckmann

2021, Wildcat Cliffs Ln., Lawrenceville Ga. 30043


About the Instructor

Wolfgang Luckmann has been teaching continuing education workshops and masage courss at massage schools ,for over twenty years. He is a member of the Massage Therapy Hall of Fame

( 2015 ). He graduated from South Africa with a teaching degree in languages . Currently, he is teaching some 10 different workshops ( live + long - distance ) in over 12 states. His workshops are manly Eastern based as in T.C.M. and Ayurveda.

Registration Details

NCBTMB and Florida approved. Deposit of $ 50.00 necessary to lock down your place. Register online with Wolfgang Luckmann. Pay by card/check or cash.Skin Estheticians welcome as well

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Striking a balance between classic massage and traditional Chinese medicine, anma or amma is a traditional Japanese massage technique that formed the foundation of modern shiatsu. It is a vigorous massage designed to reach deep tissue and encourage blood flow along energy meridians through stretching, kneading, acupressure and range-of-motion exercises. Because it is usually performed on a floor mat, without oil and with the client clothed, is easy to incorporate into a variety of business models.

In the United States, anma is often easiest to learn through distance learning opportunities. The most common continuing education available is shiatsu-anma, which combines the two Japanese modalities into an energetic shiatsu session. Some courses also incorporate information on holistic nutrition, exercise and herbal medicine.