Tui-Na- Anma with Cupping and Guasha

February 9, 2019

February 10, 2019

8:30 am To 5:30 am

Central Florida School of Massage Therapy, North Lakemont Avenue, Winter Park, FL, USA


904 610 9489


Event Description

A combination of Chinese and Japanese medical massage which includes cupping and Gua Sha . Over 3000 years old

This is a holistic and comprehensive modality that not only addresses myofascial pain and conditions but focuses on systemic issues . This is a modality that addresses the cause of all dis -eases ( Qi energy blockages ) and is preventive. It prevents dis-eases from taking place and prevents present conditions from getting worse. Since this modality is so comprehensive and holistic, treatments are deeper and longer-lasting than conventional massage . That means fewer treatments necessary and less work for the therapist.

Self-healing and self-treatments taught as well.


Wolfgang Luckmann

2021 Wildcat Cliffs Lane, Lawrenceville, Ga. 30043



About the Instructor

Wolfgang has over 20 years teaching experience. Originally from South Africa and of German descent. Wolfgang was trained to teach in South Africa and has a Bachelors degree with a post graduate teaching degree in languages. Wolfgang graduated from the Florida School of Massage Therapy in Miami ( now part of the Steiner and Cortiva group of schools )in 1994 after completing a 900 program in clinical and sports massage. Wolfgang then graduated summa cum laude from the College of Massage and Acupuncture in Miami after completing a three year program in 1997. He is still practicng and teaches all ver the country. Currently, he is teaching some 10 different one and two day classes.

Registration Details

FSMTA members get $ 25.00 off

Can deposit $ 50.00 first. Pay full price now and get $ 25.00 off. Notify Wolfgang Luckmann also .If by US mail: 2021 Wildcat Cliffs Lane, Lawrenceville, Ga. 30043. For credit cards use my website.

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.