Su-Jok Acupressure Therapy

Developed by the South Korean scientist Prof. Park Jae Woo, Su-Jok therapy employs acupressure which stimulates specific points to treat various health problems – mental as well as physical.

The human body is a form of life which is a tiny and a well-harmonized universe. For this reason, a body has everything needed to maintain its life and to exist in nature as its own integral and independent phenomena.

Originally Su means hand and Jok means foot. This seminar describes the system of correspondence of the hand and feet as a panel of remote control of a person’s health. This treatment system functions as small clinics which improves the body conditions in a natural way with no side-effects, and can be performed along with other therapies.

Su-Jok therapy is highly cost-effective and is the safest form of therapy which removes blockages to cure ailments such as back pain, headache, spondylitis as well as psychological issues like stress, anxiety and depression.


Facilitator Bio: Taruna 

Taruna was born and brought up in Delhi, in a yogic family. At a tender age, she started helping her mother who runs a renowned Naturopathy centre in Delhi and gained insight into the world of Naturopathy, Yoga and Acupressure. Later she went on to train them. She completed her Reiki training both in Level 1 & 2 in 1996 and became a Reiki grandmaster in few months. She has facilitated many workshops, trainings and has been offering regular Reiki healing sessions for over 16 years. Through the years, She has learnt and grown with her clients. Her clients have reported feeling lighter and positive after a session.

She earned her degree in Naturopathy from International Foundation of Natural Health Camp; Yoga in the year 2011, and was trained in Acupressure from Acupressure Shodh, Prashikshan Evam Upchar Sansthan in the year 2000, and has been Practicing since then.


Date & Time: 1st May – 8th May 2018 (10.00 AM – 5.30 PM)


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Phone : +91 9717469268  
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