Korean Hand Therapy
September 14 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm$100.00
Would you like to learn how to diminish or relieve chronic pain in your neck or back by learning a simple technique called Korean Hand Therapy?
KHT is a holistic healing modality that was originated by Dr. Tae Woo Yoo, a Korean Acupuncturist. Dr. Yoo discovered that there is a correspondence between the hands and the entire body. Pain throughout the body can be diminished or eliminated in minutes by taping small metal disks (called pellets) to the hands.
KHT is a simplified offshoot of acupuncture that is very simple to understand and easy to implement! No license or special training is required. KHT works beautifully to relieve neck pain, back pain, joint pain, migraines, and sinus issues, as well as other conditions. Anyone can learn how to use this Correspondence Therapy for self-treatment or for helping others. In this introductory class you will learn the Korean hand map and how to locate points that trigger relief in the body. Each participant will give and receive a KHT treatment during this workshop! For ease of demonstration we will focus on neck, back, and joint pain issues. Each participant will also leave with a complete tool kit of their own, including a point locator, a non-toxic pen, pellets, and latex-free tape. Be prepared for a very informative, interactive, and fun workshop!
Bonnie Lowery relocated to Pittsburgh from Georgetown, TX in the fall of 2015. She has been ann ARCB nationally certified Reflexologist since 2003 and a practicing Usui Reiki Master teacher since 1996. For 4 years Bonnie was the lead Reflexologist at the Ft. Hood Warrior Combat Stress Reset clinic, a soldier outpatient program which integrated complementary alternative medicine for the treatment of PTSD. She is also a certified practitioner of other energy medicine modalities to include Emotional Freedom Therapy, Theta Healing, Cranial Sacral Therapy, and Korean Hand Therapy.