with Gayl Hubatch
Sunday, April 24, 2016
**10% discount for TLC students/faculty/alumni**
MindBody Acupressure involves a local – distal meridian point technique, breath and unwinding. Learn acupressure points, technique and skill development. Unblock tension patterns in neck, shoulders, back and belly. Acupressure gives you a tool to access what is going on energetically inside a person, which over time expresses itself physically. Energetic connections are transmitted primarily through the neuro-muscular and fluid (blood and lymph) systems in the body. The energy “signatures” that get laid down along these pathways are core to how we express ourselves in the world.
- Students will demonstrate acupressure point locations, basic meridian knowledge and be able to perform simple treatment release patterns.
- Students will also be able to assess energy release and balance acu-points.
- Students will list contraindicated points for pregnancy.
- Students will demonstrate a back release and be able to explain some basic mind/body connections.
- Students will demonstrate an acupressure hip release.
- Students will be able to demonstrate a neck/shoulder release and explain mind/body connections
Items to bring/wear for this workshop include:
- Supplies for note taking optional
- 1 sheet set
- Loose, comfortable clothing
Gayl Hubatch, OMD, LAc, LMT
Dr. of Oriental Medicine, Gayl has over 25 years of experience in energy medicine. Gayl is also a Bodywork therapist since 1983 and licensed acupuncturist and herbalist for 28 years. Owner of Blue Heron Center, in Lakeway, TX, Dr. Hubatch maintains her acupuncture and herbal practice while her center offers bodywork and massage therapy, psychotherapy, yoga therapy, qigong and meditation classes.
Dr. Hubatch has teaches qigong and tai chi nationally and has taught Bodymind Acupressure™ nationally and in Canada for 20 years. Diplomat of acupuncture with NCCAOM since 1988, Gayl is a certified instructor of Qi Gong, Tai Chi and Yoga.
Author of Fabric of the Soul, 8 Extraordinary Vessels