The Art of Japanese Zen Facial Massage with Aromatherapy

February 21, 2020

February 21, 2020

8:30 am To 6:00 pm

3200 Spring Forest Road, Raleigh, NC, USA




Event Description

A holistic and comprehensive approach to skincare, myofascial pain and conditions and mental/emotional stress. Student learns to integrate acupressure with Japanese medical massage strokes ( Anma ) and aromatherapy to achieve rejuvenation and overall health. Wolfgang has expanded a modality rooted in Shiatsu and Anma to include Tui-Na, Chinese medical massage so as to make the class more comprehensive and versatile. The therapy gets to the root cause of all diseases by connecting with the Ki , which is blocked and stagnant.


Wolfgang Luckmann

2021 Wildcat Cliffs Lane, Lawrenceville, Ga 30043

904 6109489

About the Instructor

Wolfgang has been teaching workshops and classes for over 20 years. He graduated from a South African university with a teaching degree in languages. Currently he is teaching 12 different classes in some 11 states.He is a member of The Massage Therapy Hall of Fame . His classes are mainly based on Eastern medical philosophies like Traditional Chinese Medicine , Ayurveda and Japanese medical philosophies. He is currently still practicing acupuncture,massage and homeopathy, all of which he learned in this country.

Registration Details

Register with Wolfgang Luckmann online OR by mail. Wolfgang’s  address: 2021 Wildcat Cliffs Lane, Lawrenceville, Ga. 30043. You can pay by card    (Paypal ) online OR check OR cash at the door. $ 50.00 deposit locks down your place.

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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.