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Cumberland Institute - Continuing Education Division



Aromatherapy

Japanese Zen Facial Massage with Aromatherapy(C713)

$200

with Wolfgang Luckmann

Calendar Oct 9, 2020 at 8:30 am

CE Credits: 8 Hours

NCBTMB Approved Provider #:279778-00

Cost: $200 ($245.00 if registering within 7 of class)

Japanese Facial Massage is a unique method that focuses on a blend of the aesthetic and physiological treating the whole client. The treatment goes beyond Swedish massage and concentrates on opening up the acupuncture meridians that energize the face, head and shoulders to achieve a balancing and grounding effect.

The focus is on:

  1. Increasing the flow of oxygen and blood to the facial area, neck and shoulders
  2. Toning/tightening the skin and fascia
  3. Lymphatic drainage and detoxification of skin and organ systems
  4. Better mental alertness, focus and relaxation for the client
  5. Emotional cleansing through ear-acupressure and essential oils
  6. Preventive maintenance for aging and skin blemishes

In this course you will learn:

  1. The causes of skin diseases and aging according to the Chinese Medicine Model
  2. 12 soft-tissue strokes for rejuvenation and prevention of aging
  3. The function of acupressure points, their location and evaluation on the ears, face, head and neck
  4. Special uses of essential oils for the face with special application techniques to the ears
  5. Facial skin-lift Qigong exercises

Students are asked to bring their own essential oils(preferred and optional): Chamomile, Lavender, Ylang Ylang, Cedarwood, Rosemary and Lemon

Wear comfortable clothes. Bring one (1) set of sheets with face cradle cover, your favorite lubrication/lotion, materials to take notes and essential oils listed above. Massage tables are provided.Cost includes book and workbook.

A lunch break will be taken midday. You may bring your lunch, or eat at one of the many restaurants located nearby. Call Teresa Greene at 615-370-9794, if you have any questions.

Instructor: Wolfgang Luckmann LMT, LAP, has been an instructor of Massage Therapy & Bodywork in Florida since 1997. Since 1998 he has also practiced in Jacksonville, Florida as an Acupuncture Physician, a homeopath and a holistic health consultant. His work integrates Eastern and Western techniques from Acupuncture and meridian theory, Lomi Lomi, Ayurveda Medicine, Tui Na, Homeopathy, Neuromuscular Therapy, Craniosacral Therapy and Neuromuscular Therapy, among others to address the health and vitality of the whole body through touch therapies.

Payment plan available: $65 deposit plus 1 payment of $135.00, paid every two weeks.

Treating Fibromyalgia with East/West Synergistic Massage(C714)

$350

with Wolfgang Luckmann

Calendar Oct 10, 2020 at 8:30 am

CE Credits: 16 Hours

NCBTMB Approved Provider #279778-00

Cost: $350 ($395 if registering within 7 days of class)

This therapy is a natural, gentle, non-confrontational way of healing physical and psychological ailments with the combined use of: Tui-Na - Chinese Medical Massage, Energy Touch, Myofascial meridian therapy, muscle energy techniques, Chi Nei Tsang (Internal Organ Massage) and Homeopathy. Our bodies are composed of an energy field with specific currents and positive and negative charges that run on a 24-hour cycle.  These currents run along Myofascial meridian lines which converge on all joints and are accessed by acupressure points.

The focus is on:

  1. How the Myofascial meridian lines cover the body
  2. Key points
  3. Direction of the flow of Qi
  4. Why pain is an electrical problem
  5. Addressing the sympathetic and para-sympathetic nervous systems using Taoist energy touch principles
  6. Simple pain relieving remedies form homeopathy
  7. How to apply visceral massage therapy for organ dysfunction

The Practitioner will be able to:

  1. Treat inflammatory Myofascial pain
  2. Re-energize your client’s body and rid your own body of fatigue
  3. De-stress and Detoxify the body from excessive fears and anxieties
  4. Treat and prevent Myofascial/Muscular tension and pain
  5. Treat and prevent the pain from the 18 sights of pain symptomatic of fibromyalgia patients
  6. Strengthen and enhance circulation of blood and qi
  7. Rid headaches of all kinds
  8. Treat arthritic conditions
  9. Treat gynecological problems and mood swings
  10. Treat postural distortions
  11. Treat sleep disorders
  12. Relax the digestive system and enhance the transport of nutrients

Wear comfortable clothes (Wolfgang suggests loose shorts for men/women and sports bras for women).  Bring (2) sets of sheets with face cradle covers, your favorite lubrication/lotion and materials to take notes. All Massage Tables are provided. A lunch break will be taken midday. You may bring your lunch, or eat at one of the many restaurants located nearby.

Call Teresa Greene at 615-370-9794 if you have any questions.

Instructor: Wolfgang Luckmann LMT, LAP, has been an instructor of Massage Therapy & Bodywork in Florida since 1997. Since 1998 he has also practiced in Jacksonville, Florida as an Acupuncture Physician, a homeopath and a holistic health consultant. His work integrates Eastern and Western techniques from Acupuncture and meridian theory, Lomi Lomi, Ayurveda Medicine, Tui Na, Homeopathy, Neuromuscular Therapy, Craniosacral Therapy and Neuromuscular Therapy, among others to address the health and vitality of the whole body through touch therapies.

Payment plan available: $120 deposit plus 2 payments of $76.66, paid weekly. Final payment of $76.68.

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Beginning Aromatherapy for Massage(C408)

$350

with Mary Beth Crawford

Calendar Oct 24, 2020 at 9 am

CE Credits: 13 Hours

Cost: $350 ($395 if registering within 7 days of class)

Cost includes $50 materials fee.

This course is designed for massage therapists who would like to begin to incorporate aromatherapy into their massage practices. Mary Beth Crawford, LMT introduces the beginner to a short list of pure essential oils, which can be used alone or in combination, to address a range of client’s physical and emotional needs.

The course will cover:

  1. A beginner’s list of 10 pure essential oils, which are useful in a massage practice
  2. A discussion of the basic qualities of the ten oils, their common uses, and the conditions associated with each on the list.
  3. An introduction to the qualities of different carrier oils, lotions, and balms, and which massage modality or client need is best addressed by each
  4. Basic instruction in how to blend essential oils
  5. Hands-on experience in blending oils to create custom products for use in your massage practice
  6. The ethics and safety of use, including methods of introducing oils during intake
  7. Techniques for applying oils “on the fly” in a massage, tailored to client goals, as well as the needs observed by the therapist during a session
  8. The orientation of this class is practical, rather than scientific, and is intended for beginners only. You will learn techniques and create products that can be immediately integrated into your practice. A materials fee is included in the cost of the course.

Please do not wear any fragrances to class so that everyone will be able to appreciate the beauty and power of working with the essential oils.

Wear comfortable clothes and bring materials to take notes, if you wish. All other equipment and supplies will be provided. A lunch break will be taken midday. You may bring your lunch, or eat at one of the many restaurants located nearby.

Call Teresa Greene at 615-370-9794 if you have any questions.

Payment plan available: $120 deposit plus 2 payments of $115.00, paid every two weeks.




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