Integrated Manual Lymphatic Drainage with Neurolymphatic Massage

February 1, 2020

February 2, 2020

8:30 am To 6:00 pm

7576 White Bluff Road, Savannah, GA, USA

http://www.wolfgangluckmann.com

$290

9046109489

18

Event Description

A holistic and multi-level approach to myofascial pain, arthritis and edema. The modality targets four areas: Circulation/Lymphatic , Inflammation ( inside and outside ), Toxicity ( Emotional and Physical ) and the Immune System as a whole . The student learns how to identify and use Manual Lymphatic Drainage techniques in combination with Neurolymphatic points that drain the lymph fluid from the head and brain. This is also applicable to head trauma patients. This is truly medical massage.

Organizers

Wolfgang Luckmann

2021, Wildcat Cliffs Ln

9046109489

9046109489

http://www.wolfgangluckmann.com

About the Instructor

Wolfgang Luckmann has been teaching and practicing Acupuncture, Massage and Aromatherapy for over twenty years. He has taught all over the United States. His classes are mainly based on Chinese and Ayurvedic philosophical principles which teach bodywork as a expression of a life path. Most of his classes are live and embody traditional Eastern principles. He is a member of the Massage Therapy Hall of Fame 

Registration Details

Register with Wolfgang Luckmann on his website. A $ 50.00 deposit is needed to lock down your place. Pay with cash,card or check

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Lymphatic Massage

Developed in France in the 1930s, manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) is a gentle massage technique that helps drain lymph and the waste products it carries. It is commonly used to treat lymphedema, but it can also help maintain a healthy body and encourage soft tissue healing. It is a popular compliment to sports, medical and deep tissue massages.

Manual lymphatic drainage is one of the simplest yet most practical techniques you can learn through continuing education courses. You can expect comprehensive learning about the lymph system as a whole and an in-depth look at the causes of lymphedema. Some courses teach the basic technique only, but many focus on its benefits in sports massage, post-surgical care and as an alternative therapy for chronic illness.