Thursday 2 March 2017,10:30am – 1:30pm
Waterloo Action Centre, 14 Baylis Road London SE1 7AA.
Treating Autism’s London Support group are delighted to be hosting a talk by our guest speakers Leonid Rozman and Sanya Saucek:
Tui Na massage therapy for autism
Tui Na is an oriental massage therapy that has been used since ancient times as a division of traditional Chinese medicine. In addition to being used to address physical problems, regular and targeted massage and touch-therapy in general has been shown to stimulate production of calming hormones and regulate sensory processing. Tui Na massage protocol for autism has been developed by Leonid Rozman through his desire to support his own son’s development and improve his quality of life, and to help address various problems prevalent in autism, such as gut, sleep and digestive issues, and speech and articulation problems. Prior to this Leonid had over thirteen years of experience in Eastern philosophies and bodywork. Tui Na massage is holistic and can be used effectively in combination with behavioural and other therapies for autism. In addition, practicing this massage daily can further strengthen the special bond that parents have with their child, and so reduce parental stress and improve their own wellbeing. www.tuinacentre.co.uk
Refreshments provided. FREE for members, £5 for Non-members, payable on the door (refundable if you join TA on the day)!
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