June 18–20, 2012, 9 am–6 pm
Healing Arts Connecton
1717 W Northern Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85021
Lymphatic Drainage Massage The lymph plays a key role in the immune system by helping the body resist the common cold as well as conditions as serious as cancer. When the lymphatic system's functioning is impaired, one can experience unclear thinking, lethargy, dull headaches, irritability, depression, anxiety and the desire to sleep much of the time.
The gentle quick strokes of Lymphatic Drainage Massage charge the mitochondria in every cell and replenish Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP). This gentle technique also removes trapped blood protein from around the cells where it can cause pain, swelling and fluid retention. Learn to massage and stimulate the lymphatic system to encourage the removal of excess fluid and toxins from the cells.
21 CE Hours / 25 CE Hours includes Facial Rejuvenation on Day 3
Investment includes all materials: Early Birds: 21 CE=$330; 25 CE=$350
Bring your water bottle, 2 sheets, hand towel, loose shorts & tee shirt
Instructor: Gail L. Davis, LMT
Healing Arts Connection, LLC is NCBTMB Approved Provider: 42485300
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