Workshop on Al-Hijamah (Cupping Therapy) in Mumbai, India by HHCRO on 10th – 11th January 2015

The following is an announcement by Dr Sharique Zafar of the Holistic Health Care and Research Organisation in India. 

Dr. P.N. Singh Centre for HRD, At 5th floor 502-505 of Sai Chambers, Opp. Railway Station, Next to Bus Depot, Near Maharishi Dadhichi Hospital and State Bank of India, Santacruz (East), Mumbai – 400055, India

Dear and respected all

Warm Greetings                 

I feel proud to inform you that after conducting twelve successful training workshops during the years 2012 to 2014 with great success, and imparting training to the delegates from within and outside of India, now we are sending you invitation regarding the “Workshop on Al-Hijamah (Cupping Therapy)”, to be held at Mumbai on 10th – 11th January, 2015.

We are attaching files the brochure and registration form via the links below  . All details are given, please download the files, print off the brochure and form, fill it, attach the draft, and send it to the address given in the brochure before the given date. 
You may also transfer the amount of registration directly to the account of organization, and attach the receipt with your registration form.
Syllabus of Training:
  • Definition of Hijamah

  • History of Hijamah
  • Islamic perspective
  • Apparatus of Hijamah

  • Techniques of Hijamah
  • Areas and points
  • Best Time to Perform
  • Hijamah while fasting
  • Appropriate Age
  • Theories of Hijamah
  • Preconditions
  • Investigations needed
  • Indications of Hijamah
  • Treatment Duration
  • Benefits of Hijamah
  • Contra-indications
  • Precautions
  • What after Hijamah
  • Recent researches
  • General discussion
Here is the link for the registration form.
Last date of registration is 5th January, 2015

With best wishes and thanks

Prof. Dr. Sharique Zafar
MD. (Unani), Ph.D. (Ayurveda)
President, Holistic Health Care and Research Organization,
Mob.: 09324441987



Our thanks to Dr Sharique Zafar of the Holistic Health Care and Research Organisation in India for sharing the above post. If you have any questions or comments, then please do so via a comment* below.

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