One day Workshop | 7 CEs for Oregon LMTs
March 16, 2018 | 9:30 am – 5:30 pm | $140
Class is full – email Jim to be on the waiting list.
Scraping is a technique using a tool with a smooth edge along the surface of the skin – traditionally used to treat a wide range of injuries and imbalances. Known as gaan krôot in Thailand, cạo gió in Vietnam, guā shā in China – scraping is a practice that probably has it’s roots in the home medicine chest and has been adopted by many traditional medicine systems.
Bodyworkers of all kinds can easily and seamlessly fold scraping into their current practice – and anyone can use scraping for self care or care of loved ones. The technique is easy to learn, fun to practice, results are quick – and there’s no expensive equipment to buy.
For the workshop, we’ll be looking at scraping through the lens of Thai medicine. No previous experience with bodywork or Thai medicine is necessary, and you’ll leave with the skills and tools needed (we’ll be using $1.20 ceramic soup spoons that you get to keep) to get started right away.