Sujok Therapy is a healing methodology based on Acupressure, and is a simple method that produces highly effective results. In Sujok therapy, palm and foot represent the all the active points in the body corresponding to all the organs/ parts of the human body. By providing stimulation for these points, a curative effect is produced and illnesses are cured.
Timings:11am to 6pm
4 days Course
*Lunch & Refreshment will be provided
Seeds are natural stimulators to the acupressure points and are also part of Sujok therapy.
Seed therapy is complementary to sujok therapy. After acupressure treatment one can tie seeds, pulses and legumes at the treated point to supply
extra life force to facilitate quick healing.
Greengrams, kidney beans and peas are frequently used for treatment. Infact, suitable shape, size and color seeds or beans are picked, for example,
for kidney treatment the same shape bean is selected. The selected ones are tied to the pain point with an adhesive plaster.
It is believed that many people from Korea and other countries have benefited by the use of this therapy. A common man can use it as self cure
method to heal simple ailments like cold, sorethroat or back pain.
Almost all the ailments that are healed by acupressure method, can be cured by Sujok . In fact the diseases can be healed faster and effectively.
Magnet therapy is a type of “alternative” medicine which claims that magnetic fields have healing powers. Some claim that magnets can help
broken bones heal faster, Many civilizations throughout history have used magnets to treat illness.
Magnet therapy may improve circulation, increase blood oxygen, alkalinize bodily fluids, decrease deposition of toxic materials in blood vessel
walls (such as cholesterol plaques) or relax blood vessels through effects on cellular calcium channels. Other theories describe altered nerve
impulses, reduced edema or fluid retention, increased endorphins, muscle relaxation, cell membrane effects or stimulation of acupoints.
Some traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) practitioners suggest that magnets may affect patterns of flow of the body’s life force, known as chi (qi).
Colour relates to ‘Vibration’ and in the recent years physicists have established that all matters including our organs is really an energy which
works by and under influence of vibrations. Colours have their own vibrations, or energy fields, it follows quite logically that colours can influence
our bodies and its functioning, by using colours on proper correspondence points.
Seven colours of the spectrum consist of the colours – VIBGYOR -Violet, Indigo, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange and Red. These seven cosmic rays and their mixtures are responsible for creation, maintenance,
and destruction of the universe. They impart life, health, young, old age and death and thus regulate all beginnings and ends.
Colour therapy affects the mind more than it affects the body.
What is moxibustion?
Moxibustion is a form of heat therapy in which dried plant materials called “moxa” are burned on or very near the surface of the skin. The intention is to warm and invigorate the flow of Qi in the body and dispel certain pathogenic influences.
Moxa is usually made from the dried leafy material of Chinese mugwort (Artemesia argyi or A.vlugaris), but it can be made of other substances as well.
The moxa material is compressed into a stick or pole, looking not unlike an oversized cigar that can be lit and allowed to smolder, producing a
unique form of very penetrating heat.
The smoldering moxa stick is held over specific areas, often, though not always, corresponding to certain acupuncture points.
The glowing end of the moxa stick is held about an inch or two above the surface of the skin until the area reddens and becomes suffused with warmth.
Moxibustion is used for:
- Pain due to injury orarthritis, especially in “cold” patterns where the pain naturally feels better with the application of heat
- Digestive problems and irregular elimination
- Protection against cold and flu strains
Practitioners often do both acupuncture and moxibustion in the same clinic session when appropriate to the diagnosis and treatment strategy.
Practitioners believe that the therapies increase each other’s effectiveness when used together.
Unlike acupuncture, which is almost always done by a trained practitioner in a clinic setting, moxibustion can be easily used at home.
It is not uncommon for Chinese medical practitioners to train their patients to use moxa on themselves to strengthen the effect of the clinical sessions between appointments.