Cupping Therapy Workshop in Norwalk
Cupping has been used for centuries by almost every culture to help heal, rejuvenate and invigorate.
Passed down through generations by grandmothers and folk healers, cupping has played an important role in self-care in many settings. On January 21 from 1 to 4pm, a workshop in Norwalk will provide an opportunity to learn about traditional therapeutic cupping and how it can be applied to your own health care needs. Debra Diers, a licensed acupuncturist and registered nurse in Glastonbury, will teach the correct techniques for application; when and where to cup; and when, where and who not to cup.
Learn how to help alleviate those everyday aches and pains, relax and loosen stiff muscles, and invigorate blood flow and synovial fluids in painful joints. Find out how to get rid of a cold in the early stages, and help alleviate menstrual cramps, carpal tunnel and tendonitis. There will be demonstrations as well as opportunity for hands-on experience. The workshop is $49 per person. Seating is limited.
To register, call 203-216-2548. Location: Acupuncture Healing of Connecticut, 166 East Ave, Ste 201, Norwalk.Edit ModuleShow Tags