5 DIY Acupressure Message Techniques for Post-workout Recovery and Injury Prevention- Thursday, April 16th 2015

Description
Whether you train daily or are a weekend warrior, all athletes love the challenge of pushing their physical abilities to the limit. An important aspect of every training regimen is to balance every workout with a proper post-workout recovery. Allowing your body to recover after every training session is essential for preventing injuries, optimizing performance, and improving techniques. In this 90 minute seminar, Andrew Wong, a NY and NJ state licensed acupuncturist, will present five do-it-yourself acupressure massage techniques to enhance your post-workout recovery. Based on acupuncture points and channels of Traditional Chinese Medicine theory, these techniques are used to improve circulation, relax the muscles and tendons, and provide a general wellness to the individual.

About Andrew Wong
Andrew Wong, L.Ac. is a New York and New Jersey states licensed acupuncturist, and nationally certified in herbal medicine and as a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). He holds a Masters of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine (MSTOM) and graduated from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York. In 2014 he was awarded the Golden Flower Scholarship for excellence in herbal studies. Andrew has also practiced martial arts since 2002, studying exclusively with Shifu HengXin, a 35th generation Shaolin disciple, at the Shaolin Kung Fu Training Center. There, he served as a Teacher’s Assistant since 2004 and participated in numerous demonstrations as part of the school’s performance team.
Andrew utilizes his knowledge of Traditional Chinese Medicine, extensive martial arts training, and deep understanding of body mechanics to provide his patients with comprehensive care that balances both physical and emotional health. Currently, Andrew has a private practice located in New York City’s Union Square and is a Teacher’s Assistant at Pacific College where he assists Master Fukui Yang in teaching Tui Na medical massage for the massage program.

When: Thursday, April 16th 2015 @ 7:00pm
Where: Shaolin Kung Fu Training Center
RSVP: training@shaolinkungfunyc.com

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