Su-Jok

SUJOK is a healing technique originated in Korea. In Korean language SU means hand, and JOK means foot. The theoretical basis of this system of healing is the discovery in each hand and foot, shape and points corresponding to each part (organ) of human body. These corresponding micro points (systems) in hands and feet can therefore be used conveniently and effectively as remote controls to treat any diseased organ/part in human body. Treatment is administered by giving simple stimulation of pressure to the specific corresponding points in hands and feet and cure is achieved. This type of therapy is very popular due to its ease to learn, safety, efficacy and pace of healing response is often dramatically fast. It contains no forbidden or dangerous practices. Therefore, it can be practiced by paramedics and laymen for self and others treatment. sujoktherapy.com

  • 20 minutes -$50
  • 20 minutes combined with Acu-tags – $70

Manjula-PatelManjula Patel RN (INDIA), Certified Reiki Master, Certified Acupuncture Detoxification Specialist (ADS), Sujok practitioner, Member of NADA

Manjula Patel received her RN degree in India and practiced as a registered nurse. When she moved to the US, she spent the early years raising her children, and when her motherly role finally allowed her some time, she decided to resume the pursuit of healing arts. She was aware of the profound benefits of reiki and found a master who sparked her desire some more. She became certified as a Reiki level II practitioner.

During her annual visits to India, Manjula has healed many people with various health issues. She also continued her Reiki education and became a Reiki master and mastered Karuna Reiki. Her interests also led her to become a NADA certified Acupuncture detoxification Specialist (ADS) under Dr. Smith at the Lincoln Hospital in New York. She took her expertise in ADS to India and healed many people there. Her treatment began in her home town and went further where she was a part of a group that treated the border security force and prison inmates in the state of Gujarat India. There, she helped train more Acupuncture detoxification Specialists under the supervision of Dr. Smith. This allowed the NADA therapy to be continued in these locations. Through Manjula’s efforts and the efforts of the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA) auricular acupuncture method has been a tremendous hope for people. The range of healing spans from sufferers of stress and anxiety to detoxification from addictions and more. She has really made a positive difference in peoples’ lives. She continues to learn new healing modalities as the opportunities arise to broaden her scope to heal and create positive change in the world she lives in. She has recently added Su-jok to her expertise from India. She sees each day as an opportunity for her to learn so she can bring the lessons from one part of the world to another as she continues to heal along the way.