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 AMMA Therapy®

 

AMMA Therapy®

...is a highly refined and complex system of bodywork therapy utilizing techniques and treatment strategies combining the use of Chinese Medicine principles for assessing and evaluating general imbalances in the energetic system and a Western approach to organ dysfunctions. AMMA Therapy® restores, promotes and maintains optimum health through the treatment of the physical body, the bio-energy, and the emotions, which reflect and are bound into the neuromuscular system. AMMA Therapy® has proven to be an effective healing modality used to treat a wide range of medical conditions. The treatment includes the use of dietary therapy, herbs, nutritional supplements, and the external application of herbal preparations. This method was created by Tina Sohn.


AMMA Therapy Long Definition

AMMA Therapy® was founded and developed by Master Tina Sohn. It is a highly refined and complex system of Bodywork Therapy utilizing techniques and treatment strategies combining the use of traditional Oriental medical principles for assessing and evaluating general imbalances in the energetic system and a Western approach to organ dysfunctions. AMMA Therapy restores, promotes, and maintains optimum health trough the treatment of the physical body, the bioenergy, and the emotions that reflect and are bound into the neuromuscular system. As a result, AMMA Therapy also indirectly frees the mind and thus, over time, the spirit.

Utilizing a variety of techniques, sometimes paralleling those found in major forms of therapeutic massage, and powerful new points discovered by Tina Sohn, AMMA Therapy has proven to be an effective healing modality used to treat a wide range of medical conditions. The proper execution of AMMA Therapy techniques applied to the physical body, along with specific manipulation of the energies in the 14 primary and tendinomuscular channels, and the cutaneous regions, additionally affects the superficial and deep tissues. These include the myofascia, all the major systems of the body (i.e., the circulatory, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, etc.) as well as the craniosacral system. 

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