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(P) Pending Approval
|(p): Pending Approval|
|Oct 12, 2018
|Tibetan Medicine IV & V||32 Hrs / 32 CEUs||San Jose|
|Oct 21, 2018
|CLASSIC METHOD OF NAN JING MODELS||12 Hrs / 12 CEUs||San Jose|
|Oct 27, 2018
|Neuropuncture Cadaver Lab||16 Hrs / 16 CEUs||San Jose|
|Oct 28, 2018
|Medical Qigong II: Shengong Skills (Sunday Series)||32 Hrs / 32 CEUs (P)||San Jose|
|Nov 09, 2018
|An Alternative View of Primary Meridians||32 hrs / 32 CEUs||San Jose|
Tibetan Medicine IV & V
- Fri, Oct 12, 2018
- San Jose
In this four-day lecture, you will learn about Tibetan Medicine IV & V in a refreshing and practical way. This will include:
▪ Tibetan Medicine Physiology
▪ Digestive Fire in healthy and illnesses to diagnosis and treatment
▪ Life Cycles / Wheels of Life in Tibetan Culture and Medicine
CLASSIC METHOD OF NAN JING MODELS
- Sun, Oct 21, 2018
- San Jose
In this One and a half day lecture, you will learn about Classic Nan Jing Pulse Models in a refreshing and practical way. This will include:
▪Review Classic method of Nan Jing Pulse Models
▪Five phase influences and inter-relationships expressed in the pulse
▪Understanding the Nan Jing Pulse influence
Neuropuncture Cadaver Lab
- Sat, Oct 27, 2018
- San Jose
In this 2-day lecture, you will learn about neuropuncture in a refreshing and practical way. This will include:
▪ Neuropuncture foundation
▪ Cadaver Lab Acupuncture Points
▪ Cadaver Lab Electro Techniques
Medical Qigong II: Shengong Skills (Sunday Series)
- Sun, Oct 28, 2018
- San Jose
Preview the Program Video here!!!
In Medical Qigong Level II, students are led through a progressive series of advanced Shengong (Spirit Skill) meditations and exercises. These exercises and meditations are specifically used for developing advanced intuitive diagnostic skills. The students also learn basic Medical Qigong treatment protocols and begin the initial phase of their Medical Qigong clinical experience by performing basic treatments on their fellow classmates. The basics learned in this class include using Medical Qigong for diagnosis and then using purging, tonifying and regulating techniques in the subsequent treatment.
If students are interested in continuing their education to Medical Qigong III and onward, it is highly recommended students to register for anatomy, physiology and TCM Theory I class concurrently.
About the Instructor: Thomas has great passion for the inner alchemy practices found in Daoism and other eastern traditions, both as a vehicle for self transformation as well as a means to promote healing ranging from the physical to the spiritual. In 2006, he completed the highest level of training and certification available from the International Institute of Medical Qigong and Henan University of TCM. While studying in China on five separate occasions, Thomas received lineage into the Dragon Gate sect of Daoism at Qingchengshan (青城山) in Sichuan. In addition to Thomas' study and practice of Daoist medicine and healing, he also has a very close association with the great Indian saint Mata Amritanandamayi, better known as Amma, or the hugging saint. He serves on staff for her tours in North America and abroad, absorbing her deep wisdom and compassion for the human condition. Thomas currently teaches medical qigong, energetic medicine, and core mysticism, while offering energetic healing sessions to his students and clients. For more information about Thomas go to: www.inneralchemycenter.com
[CEUs Approval Pending]
*Total 32 CEUs (P) hours for LAc, RN, and CMT
*16 CEUs (P) for 10/28 & 11/18 (need to attend both days to qualify for CEUs)
*16 CEUs (P) for 12/02 & 12/09 (need to attend both days to qualify for CEUs)
Prerequisite:Medical Qigong I and Licensed Acupuncturist
An Alternative View of Primary Meridians
- Fri, Nov 09, 2018
- San Jose
About the instructor
Marie-France has traveled around the world and lived over 20 years in Asia: China, Japan, Taiwan, and Hong-Kong. She followed renowned acupuncturists that allowed her to develop a depth of knowledge beyond what is taught in North American acupuncture schools.
About the class
In modern times, Primary Meridians/Channels are taught and used as an extension of their Zang and Fu Organs, with the emphasis on pathology. This class will explore the point of view of Classical Acupuncture, with a different perspective on pathology, as well as emphasizing the physiological and behavioral changes from birth to death as represented from Lung to Liver Meridians.
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