Mu-Xing Therapy workshop in Montreal
Oct. 20, Montreal QC – Montreal MT invites massage therapists to a two-day workshop on Mu-Xing Therapy to be held on December 1 and 2, 2012. CEUs are available for this workshop – please check with your local jurisdiction for details.
October 29, 2012 By Massage Therapy Canada
Mu-Xing Therapy, a unique wood based treatment, utilizes rosewood and bamboo tools to
deliver a full body, deep tissue massage. With individually carved tools, the
therapist applies massage strokes that address ischemic tissue and promote
deeper relaxation. The healing Mu-Xing modality uses Swedish massage as its
base with influences from energy balancing Asian philosophies essential to
harmony and health. Rosewood, the yin force, heals through its darker, cooler,
passive feminine yin energy; Bamboo, the yang force, through its brighter,
heated, active masculine yang energy. Mu-Xing Therapy tools are 100 per cent
natural, with no varnishes or finishes. Rosewood is individually hand-carved.
Raw bamboo form allows for greater palpation of the tissues and muscles.
Montreal MT is a small boutique therapy business whose owners
believe in the healing effects of the dual modality of bamboo and rosewood
massage. They envision this
holistic therapy as being embraced by Canadian therapists and are, therefore,
proud to welcome, and facilitate, Advanced Education Systems (AES) and their
branded Mu-Xing Therapy series, designed to enhance the clients’ session while
saving the therapists’ hands.
The Mu-Xing Therapy course – taught by AES, nationally certified trainers out of
the United States – is open to
therapists practicing in Canada and across the border. The training is
recognized by the NCBMT. Montreal MT is honored to work with AES as a Canadian
representative for the Mu-Xing Therapy series, making it available to massage
therapists in the Quebec region and beyond.
with serious inquiries are asked to email groupMMT@gmail.com
for curriculum and registration details. Please write ATELIER MU-XING THERAPY
in the subject field.
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