SuJok, Korean technique

SuJok, Korean technique The Su Jok technique was developed by Professor Park Jae Woo. “Su jok” means hands (“su”) and feet (“jok”) in Korean. Park Jae Woo was born on March 11, 1942 in South Korea. Graduated from the National University of Seoul, in the following years, and until his death in the city of … Read more

How to approach our clients with chronic pain?

How to approach our clients with chronic pain? We are all clear about what a client with chronic pain is, by definition a client with chronic pain is a localised and subjective perception that can vary in intensity and is felt in one part of the body. It is the result of stimulation of the … Read more

Zonal acupuncture

What is zonal acupuncture? It is a very simple highly effective acupuncture system, surely the simplest that exists so far. Developed in China by a neurologist in the aviation army. There it is known as wrist and ankle acupuncture, but, in Western countries, thinking that it was a system to exclusively treat wrist and ankle … Read more