There are lots of Manual Lymphatic Drainage - MLD Certificates and specialist. My opinion is that they mostly teach only superficial neuro-activation. Traditional MLD is more complex than that. I`m going to ask you right now: do You want to be the best?
That`s why I`m here - to let out the best of You!
Traditional heritage workshop. Would you like to make a fire or natural medicine? Would you like to live in nature and overcome enviromental changes? Would you like to recognize poison herbs and mushrooms?
You are welcome my dear friends.
Maglič was probably built in the first half of the 13th century by Stephen the First Crowned or his son Urosh I. The fortress consist of seven towers and one dungeon tower connected with walls. The towers are typical for a medieval fortress in the Balkan peninsula with three solid sides and wooden fences on inner side. Maglič has one gate placed in the north, and one small sally port in one of the towers in the southeast part. Inside the fortress are remains of a palace, barracks, and a church of Saint George. There is also a large reservoir for water and a well. In the southern part of the fortress, three towers are placed next to each other to give better protection from attacks.
Ingenious Human Place
Sveti Sava was a Serbian Prince and Orthodox monk, the first Archbishop of the autocephalous Serbian Church, the founder of Serbian law and literature, a diplomat. Sava was born Rastko Nemanjić, the youngest son of Serbian Grand Župan Stefan Nemanja who ruled the appanage of Hum briefly in 1190–1192. Many stories show Saint Sava as a teacher and wonder-worker. As a wonder-worker Sava is related to water, ice and snow. Veselin Čajkanović considered that many former Serbian beliefs could be seen through Saint Sava. Saint Sava is considered a Serbian patron saint and is the most respected Serbian saint in the Orthodox world.
The Studenica Monastery is a 12th-century serbian orthodox Monastery situated 27 km southwest from Biosphere Reserve Hostel. It is the one of largest and richest serbian orthodox Monasteries. The Monastery Studenica is the mother-church of all serbian temples dedicated to the Presentation of the Holy Virgin. It was constructed over a quite long period of time. Studenica was declared Culture Monument of Exceptional Importance in 1979 protected by the Republic of Serbia and in 1986 UNESCO included Monastery Studenica on the list of World Heritage Sites with Criteria (i)(ii)(iv)(vi).