Korean Hand Massage & Mongolian Koyashai Foot Massage - One day Course

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Korean Hand Massage & Mongolian Koyashai Massage TM

KOREAN HAND MASSAGE &
 

MONGOLIAN KOYASHAI FOOT MASSAGE TM

THIS ONE DAY COURSE IS IN TWO PARTS, WHICH GIVES YOU TWO PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATES IN ONE DAY 

Workshop lead by Gaye Sturrock IHM, FLM, Dip. LCICI IPTI 

Accredited tutor of the London Centre of Indian Champissage International

             Please check the website for dates, or, contact by telephone or email                       Tel: 0208 297 3100 / 07949 387536   email: gdsturrock@gmail.com  Laminated copies of all the movements are included for easy reference

PART 1  KOREAN HAND MASSAGE TM 

In Korea, this treatment is used by thousands of people to treat the minor ailments of themselves and their families, it is so simple to learn, and a totally unique alternative to hand reflexology.  Every joint in the hand represents a joint in the body and the therapy is an especially good treatment for muscuar skeletal problems. It is very relaxing and helps hands to look their best.

This treatment is becoming increasingly popular with nail technicians

The course includes:                                                                            

                                                                                                                                                                           
  • History and Philosophy of Korean Hand Massage
  • Contraindications
  • Conditions of the hand  
PART 2  MONGOLIAN KOYASHAI FOOT MASSAGE TM Mongolian Koyashai Massage is a treatment of two areas of the body - the feet and the eyes/upper face. It is performed with the client lying fully clothed on a treatment table, but can be adapted for use on a reclining chair, such as a Lafuma Reflexology chair.  Literally translated, Koyashai means 'Sun and Moon' and although it forms part of a Mongolian full body massage, each component can be pracctised separately.  Influences are drawn from Mongolian Ayurveda, and also from a much older shamanic philosophy.  Within Ayurveda by massaging the feet this has a beneficial effect on the health of the eyes.  The treatment is slow and meditative and deeply relaxing which has a rejuvenating effect on the senses, and especially around the eyes creating a 'natural eye lift'    The course includes:
  • Principles and philosophy of Mongolian Massage and Acupressure
  • Principles and philosophy of Tengriism
  • Use of oils
  • Contraindications
  • Conditions of the foot
    The course is suitable for beginners or experienced therapists, including  Reflexologists, Reiki practitioners, holistic therapists, beauty therapists and spa technicians Accredited by the IPTI, PBT, FHT