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GUA SHA COURSES

With a background in Chinese Medicine, Health Coaching and a Certified NCBTMB Provider, Pamela's Gua Sha Courses provide Massage Therapists, Estheticians and Health Providers a valuable tool to increase the energy and vitality of their clients health.

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

LEE ANNE F. 

I thoroughly enjoyed her course.  Pamela is  a great teacher!  I would definitely recommend her and her class to others.

VALERIE H.

I enjoyed the class.  It motivated me  to add the techniques I learned to a facial.

KARA V.

The course was excellent!

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FACIAL GUA SHA THERAPY TRAINING

Using the foundations of Chinese Medicine and my advanced training in Facial Rejuvenation and Gua Sha this technique activates the muscles and tissue of the face and neck. This training is ideal for LMT’s and Estheticians who want to expand their services and offer a new healing modality to their clients. This online course includes the neck and face, utilizing Acupuncture Channel Theory and acupressure to release tightness, increase circulation and blood flow and help alleviate TMJ, headaches, mental fatigue and pain from clenching of the jaw and stress that lodges in the muscles and tissues. An added benefit is healthier skin, plumped facial muscles and improved well-being.

*Please Note:  Courses are held MST in Arizona.

FULL BODY GUA SHA THERAPY TRAINING FOR THERAPISTS

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*This live training is currently unavailable.

This training is designed for massage therapists who would like to integrate Gua Sha Therapy into their practice.  In this course LMT's learn how following the acupuncture meridian pathways, stagnant physical and mental energy is released in a powerful way.  This training provides another useful tool in activating and releasing muscles, joints and tissue throughout the torso and limbs and provides therapists with a preventive tool to carry out massage techniques with less repercussions to hands, arms and neck.  Different tools and their uses are discussed as well as unique ways to access areas around bony structures and joints. 

 Pamela Wake 

HEALTH COACH