Time is running out ot sign up for the Mu Xing class the weekend of January 18th & 19th. Call Rachel @ 1-800-822-5333 to reserve your place.
Pisces Productions is offering their 2nd Mu Xing Class. A 2 day class on January 18th & 19th, from 9:30 to 5:30. Receive 16 CE Hours
Price is $295 with a 10% discounted price on your Mu-Xing tools.
We will provide water and cookies in the afternoon so please bring your lunch.
Location: 380 A Morris Street
Sebastopol, Calif. 95472
All products in our store will have a 10% discount on these 2 days, so stock up on all your favorite Spa items or BioTone.
Please RSVP by January 2nd to secure a spot as space is limited. We ran out of room in our November class quickly.
What is Mu-Xing Therapy?
Mu-Xing Therapy is a treatment using warm bamboo and rosewood tools to perform deep tissue massage techniques. Using different sized and shaped tools, the therapist applies a variety of massage strokes which address ischemic tissue and promote a deep sense of overall well being and relaxation.
What are Mu-Xing tools made from?
There are 2 types of wood used in Mu-Xing Therapy; Rosewood and Bamboo.
Rosewood is a hardwood usually deep red in color, found in Brazil, East India, Japan and Madagascar. Our Mu-Xing rosewood tools are individually hand carved. Each rosewood piece is unique and specially crafted for Mu-Xing techniques.
Our bamboo is 100% natural. We do not use any varnish or finishes. Using bamboo in this raw form allows for greater sensitivity and palpation of the tissue and muscles. Mu-Xing tools are made from cross sections of solid bamboo which are then compressed and cut into pieces. The bamboo pieces are finely sanded and ready for practicing Mu-Xing. This process creates a sturdy and long lasting product. Mu-Xing tools are easy to maintain because simple imperfections can be smoothed easily with an emery board or fine sand paper.
How can Mu-Xing Therapy help my massage practice?
Mu-Xing Therapy tools are specially crafted to deliver a full body, deep tissue massage effortlessly. Mu-Xing tools act as an extension of your hands reducing overall wear and tear on the hands, wrists and arms. The warmth of the tools helps to melt muscular tension and allow the therapist to work deeper with less effort.