EQUINE Tui Na - The Original Chinese Meridian Massage: 13/14 June 2020, Glastonbury, UK. EARLY BIRD PRICE £395

EQUINE Tui Na - The Original Chinese Meridian Massage: 13/14 June 2020, Glastonbury, UK. EARLY BIRD PRICE £395

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Early Bird Price - £395!  (normal price £425) Book now to reserve your place.  Places are limited and the Early Bird Price is only available until 31 December 2019.  To secure your place please pay the Deposit of £150.  The balance will be required by 31 March 2020.

Course: Tui Na - Equine: The Original Chinese Meridian Massage
Level: Level 3 
Location: Homeway Farm, Glastonbury, UK
Date: Sat 13 June - Sun 14 June 202
Time: 9 am - 5 pm 
Instructor: Amy Snow, Founder of Tallgrass Animal Acupressure & Heather Richardson Lead Instructor for Tallgrass UK
Course Level: Elective 
Certificate : A Certificate of Completion 
Prerequisites: The prerequisites for this course are successful completion of the Tallgrass online classes, Overview of TCM and Meridian Theory and you have completed a Level 1 and Level 2 Hands-on course with Tallgrass.  However we will accept those who have only completed a Level 1 Hands-on as long as you have completed the online courses Overview of TCM and Meridian Theory.

Remarkable modality to add to your skills! All massage is based on the original Chinese Meridian Massage called Tui Na, pronounced "Tway Nah." It is a form of body work and manipulation that has a long history in Chinese medicine. Practitioners since 2700 B.C. have used these techniques in working with acupoints and meridians along with limb stretching and manipulation to prevent and treat disease. As part of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and as an adjunct to veterinary therapy, Tui Na facilitates and dramatically improves the therapeutic results of acupressure for animals while contributing to their health and well-being.

Tui Na regulates meridians, promotes circulation of chi and blood, and strengthens the immune system. These techniques can be applied in musculoskeletal conditions, arthritis, peripheral nerve disorders, wei syndrome (wasting and weakness), and improves the functions of the zang-fu, or internal organs. This course covers the basic hand and body techniques and their application for animals. Some of these techniques include Gun Fa (rolling), Yi Zhi Chan Tui Fa (finger pushing), Tui Fa (pushing), Rou Fa (kneading), An Fa (pressing), Ya Fa (compressing), Na Fa (grasping), and more.