Doctoral CEUs

(P) Pending Approval

Date Course Hours/CEUs Location
(p): Pending Approval
Oct 27, 2017
Friday
Auricular Medicine I-II (of VIII) 32 hrs / 32 CEUs San Jose
Nov 17, 2017
Friday
Understanding Lao Zi and Dao De Jing through Tai Ji Quan (P) 20 hours / 16 CEUs San Jose
Dec 01, 2017
Friday
Tibetan Medicine III(P) 32 hrs / 32 CEUs San Jose
Dec 15, 2017
Friday
Exploration of acupuncture reconstruction and modern medicine (P) 32 hrs / 32 CEUs San Jose

Auricular Medicine I-II (of VIII)

Lichun Huang, AP
32 hrs / 32 CEUs
  • Fri, Oct 27, 2017
  • San Jose

About the class

Auricular Medicine I -II(Introduction to Auricular Medicine)

I. History and Developments of Auricular Medicine

  1. Ear Acupuncture

  2. Auriculotherapy

  3. Auricular Medicine

--- Basic Knowledge of Auricular Points

II. Differences between Auricular Medicine and French Auriculotherapy

III. Visual Diagnosis of the Earlobe

IV. Demonstration of Practice and Skills

  1. Ears record all major problems:  Past, Present, and Future

  2. Auricular Diagnosis: No Medical Instruments, Lab Tests, or Medical Reports

  3. Auricular Treatment: No Needle, Drugs, Herbs, or Vitamins

About the instructor

Dr. Lichun Huang is recognized as the world’s leading expert in the field of Auricular Medicine. She has received numerous awards, including the Recognition of Mastery and Lifetime Achievement Award at the World International Symposium on Auricular Therapy and Auricular Medicine. She was also recognized by the president of Italy for treatments she gave to him during his visit to China. Additionally, she received the Friendship and Struggle Award from Cuba’s president for leading a delegation of Chinese acupuncturists in teaching auricular medicine to Cuban doctors.

Dr. Huang worked for over 35 years in a Beijing’s premier hospital, the 301 Military Hospital, prior to coming to the United States. She was the Chief of the Acupuncture Department for more than ten years in that hospital.

Address: 1885 Lundy Avenue, Ste 108, San Jose, CA 95131

To register for this course, please call the DAOM office at (408) 260-0208.

DISCOUNTS: 10% Early Registration (two weeks prior to beginning of the class), 20% FBU Alumni, 50% FBU Faculty.

 

Prerequisite:
Master's clinical courses; acupuncture licensure
Fri-Mon, 10/27-30, 2017, 9am-6pm
Cost: $150/8 hrs

Understanding Lao Zi and Dao De Jing through Tai Ji Quan (P)

Guangzhao Li, Taichi Master & Xin Huang, MS, MBA
20 hours / 16 CEUs
  • Fri, Nov 17, 2017
  • San Jose

About the instructor

Guangzhao Li, Taichi Master

Mr. Li Guangzhao is one of the very few teachers that still teach traditional and authentic Taichi (Tai Ji). The Taichi taught by Mr. Li Guangzhao starts from Standing Meditation. Standing Meditation cultivates Nei Gong (the inner power provided by Qi that can greatly improves one’s health and can be very effective in fighting). This type of Taichi was originally taught only inside the YANG family and to a few closest students who lived with the YANG family. This quite different from the Taichi that starts from the Taichi postures. The Taichi that focuses only on postures has lost its core and only retains the outer form.

Mr. Li Guangzhao started to learn Taichi from his father Mr. Li Shutian when he was 16 years old. He has been practicing Taichi for more than 50 years, following the principles taught by his father: “enlighten oneself and understand Tao through the practice of Taichi”. The path taken by Mr. Li Guangzhao is one that focuses on understanding the principles of Taichi correctly first. Then all the Taichi principles must be verified and demonstrated through body and mind movements. He sticks to the following purposes: enter the world of Tao through Taichi practice; comprehend Tao through the Taichi practice; and verify the way of Tao through Taichi practice

Mr. Li Shutian, Mr. Liguangzhao’s father, has two teachers. He started to learn Yang-style Taichi from Mr. Bai Xuhua in 1926 (Mr. Bai Xuhua was taught personally by two generations of Yang family Masters, Master YANG Jianhou and Master YANG Shaohou, elder son of Master YANG Jianhou).

Mr. Li Shutian was also taught by Mr. XU Daishan and learned the Yang-style Taichi (called Xiaojia) only taught inside the Yang family and to a few closest students who live with the YANG family, as well as the Taichi knife. Mr. XU Daishan is the student of both Master YANG Shaohou (elder son of YANG Jianhou) and Master YANG Chengfu (younger son of Master YANG Jianhou). He is one of the very few students that got the true Nei Gong from Master YANG Shaohou. Without Nei Gong, Taichi is just postures and is not the true Taichi.

Mr. Li Shutian, after rigorous training by Masters BAI Xuhua and XU Daishan, continued to practice Taichi for the rest of his life, and accumulated powerful Nei Gong and gained deep understanding of Taichi. He built on what he learned from his two teachers and invented a unique way of teaching the true Taichi that includes four key elements: Observe, Listen, Touch/Feel, and Comprehend.

Mr. Li Guangzhao further developed the training system taught by the generations of Masters before him. He summarized the Taichi Principles so that it can be understood more easily, and clearly defined the way of thinking needed in the practice of Taichi. He invented effective ways to practice.

Mr. Li Guangzhao was the Head of the Beijing Research Institute for Food Packaging Machines. Then in 1984, he founded his own company and owned three successful businesses. In 2006, he sold his businesses in order to focus on the teaching and writing of Taichi full time. In recent years, he published several papers on Taichi in influential magazines on Martial Arts and Health in China. He taught numerous Taichi courses both in China and overseas. He was awarded “Outstanding Youth Mentor” by the CCYL and the Guanghua Foundation in 2011 and 2012.

Mr. Li Guangzhao has been teaching Tai Ji Standing Meditation in the US since 2013. He is now a professor at Five Branches University, the leading Traditional Chinese Medicine Graduate Program in the US.

李光昭,十六岁起随父亲李树田习练太极拳,至今已五十余年,遵循"悟道炼己、 修拳做人"的父训,沿着”明理、 身证、体悟"的路线,坚持"以拳入道、以拳悟道、以拳证道"
的宗旨。

李树田先生自 1926年起师从白旭华习练杨氏太极拳(白旭华深得杨健侯、杨少侯父子两代人的亲传),又从师于徐岱山习练杨氏小架、太极刀等功法(徐岱山先生系杨登浦入室弟子,是得到少侯内功真传的极少数人之一) 。 在白旭华、徐岱山的亲授真传下,数十载深研苦修,内功心法有深厚的造诣。在继承的基础上,总结提炼出“看、听、摸、悟”独具特色的修为方法。

在拳道修为过程中,作者把理法提炼出一须三要之核心,把心法摸索出一求三修之主旨,把功法总结出一拨三能之法要,从而在太极拳道修为、传承的道路上,探索出一条独具新意的路径。

作者原是一名从事科研工作的工程师,曾任北京市包装食 品机械研究所所长。1984年下海经商创办公司,2006年在事业有成时于毅然关闭公司及所属工厂、酒店,以全部的精力投入到太极拳道修为的总结以及拳道的传播和传承事业中。 近年来在《武魂》、《搏击》、《东方养生》等刊物上撰写过多篇太极论文,多次受邀在国内外举办太极拳道讲座及传播活动,被共青团中央及中国光华科技基金会聘请为青年导师,并于2011、 2012年两度被授予”优秀导师”称号。

李光昭老师自2013年开始,在美国传授太极内功,目前是美国领先的中医药大学,加州五系中医药大学的太极教授。

About the class

Dao De Jing is the ancient book by Lao Zi that discusses Dao. Dao consists of Yin and Yang. TCM uses the theory of Yin and Yang to diagnose and treat health issues. Therefore, it is of great importance to understand Lao Zi and his teachings. However, the ancient Chinese language is hard to understand. To add to the complexity, there are hundreds, if not thousands of different versions of annotation and explanation by scholars. Translation made things even worse. How to solve this problem?

In this three-day course, Master Guangzhao Li will help the students to understand Dao De Jing with experience from his 50 plus years of Tai Ji Quan practice. Tai Ji Quan is also built upon the Tai Ji theory that studies the relationship between Yin and Yang.

With Tai Ji Quan, the study is not simply logical thinking or comprehension in the head any more. Tai Ji Quan connects Dao De Jing with the student’s body and mind, and help them to understand Lao Zi’s teachings with something that they can practice, and experiment with. That is the power of Master Guangzhao Li’s unique way of explaining Dao De Jing through Tai Ji Quan. The theory, the relationship between Yin and Yang will be studied and confirmed in Tai Ji Quan practices.

Master Li’s unique teaching system of Watch, Listen, Touch/Feel and Comprehend will be used throughout the course to help the students to understand not only using his/her brain, but also with his/her body. Ancient text and translation into either modern Chinese language or English may create barriers to correct understanding, but body language and Yi (mind) will work universally despite the gap in time, culture and languages. Application in TCM will be explained throughout the course.

 

Address: 1885 Lundy Avenue, Ste 108, San Jose, CA 95131

To register for this course, please call the DAOM office at (408) 260-0208.

DISCOUNTS: 10% Early Registration (one week prior to the beginning of class), 20% FBU Alumni, 50% FBU Faculty.

Prerequisite:
Master's clinical courses; acupuncture licensure
Fri-Sat, 11/17-18/2017, 9am-6pm, Sun, 11/19/2017, 9am-1pm
Cost: $300/16 hrs

Tibetan Medicine III(P)

Kunde Institute
32 hrs / 32 CEUs
  • Fri, Dec 01, 2017
  • San Jose

About the instructor

Yangdron is a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist, as well as a Doctor of Tibetan Medicine (in Tbetan: Menpa). She has been practicing Tibetan Medicine for over 20 years and she founded Kunde Institute in Daly City, California since 2005. 

About the class

This four day course presents basic and intermediate level Tibetan Medicine theory and clinical practice. It covers foundations theory, diagnosis, therapeutic treatments and herbal medicines. The course also presents Tibetan Medicine philosophical view, and mindfulness meditation for health and healing practice.  

 

Address: 1885 Lundy Avenue, Ste 108, San Jose, CA 95131

To register for this course, please call the DAOM office at (408) 260-0208.

DISCOUNTS: 10% Early Registration (two weeks prior to beginning of the class), 20% FBU Alumni, 50% FBU Faculty.

Prerequisite:
Master's clinical courses; acupuncture licensure
Fri-Mon, 12/01-04, 2017, 9am-6pm
Cost: $150/8 hrs

Exploration of acupuncture reconstruction and modern medicine (P)

Dr. Wen Chungkai
32 hrs / 32 CEUs
  • Fri, Dec 15, 2017
  • San Jose

About the instructor

Dr. Wen has M.D. and also a doctoral degree in TCM. He has 10 years+ clinical experiences.

About the class

Dr. Wen will discuss the principle of acupuncture, the theory of Wen's acupuncture method, the clinical application of Wen's acupuncture method, the study of scalp acupuncture, and demonstration of Wen's acupuncture method.

 

Address: 1885 Lundy Avenue, Ste 108, San Jose, CA 95131

To register for this course, please call the DAOM office at (408) 260-0208.

DISCOUNTS: 10% Early Registration (two weeks prior to beginning of the class), 20% FBU Alumni, 50% FBU Faculty.

Prerequisite:
Master's clinical courses; acupuncture licensure
Fri-Mon, 12/15-18, 2017, 9am-6pm
Cost: $200/8 hrs

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