Doctoral CEUs

(P) Pending Approval

Date Course Hours/CEUs Location
(p): Pending Approval
Jun 02, 2019
Sunday
Medical Qigong I: Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy (Sunday Series) 32 Hrs / Non-CEU San Jose
Jun 14, 2019
Friday
FEL 439: Spirit of the Points IV: the Four Aspects of Fire 15 HRS / 15 CEU (p) Santa Cruz
Jul 12, 2019
Friday
Eight extraordinary Vessels (P) 24 Hrs / 24 CEUs San Jose

Medical Qigong I: Introduction to Medical Qigong Therapy (Sunday Series)

Thomas Leichardt, L.Ac
32 Hrs / Non-CEU
  • Sun, Jun 02, 2019
  • San Jose

Preview the Program Video here!!!

In Medical Qigong I, you are led through a progressive series of Qigong meditations and exercises, and will learn basic applications of Medical Qigong purgation, tonification, and regulation energetic skills. You will learn specific Medical Qigong prescription exercises and meditations, (purging excess conditions, tonifying deficiencies, dispersing stagnations and regulating Qi, Blood and Body Fluid), and how and when to apply them in clinic. You will be introduced to energetic psychology, discharging toxic emotions, and how to handle the emotional discharges and toxic energetic releases coming from patients.

If students are interested in continuing their education to Medical Qigong II 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

To register for this course, please email Lykos Yang at sjextension@fivebranches.edu or call the San Jose Administration Office at (408) 260-0208.

(Credit Card payment is subjected to additional 3% charge)

DISCOUNTS: 10% Early Registration (one month prior to beginning of the class), 20% FBU Alumni

Prerequisite:
Sunday, 05/19, 06/02, 06/16, 06/23 9 a.m-6 p.m
Cost: $150/8CEUs

FEL 439: Spirit of the Points IV: the Four Aspects of Fire

Mary Lyell, L.Ac.
15 HRS / 15 CEU (p)
  • Fri, Jun 14, 2019
  • Santa Cruz
Fri June 14 5pm-8pm
Sat June 15 9am-4pm
Sun June 16 9am-4pm
Acupuncture points each have a name, a history, and a particular meaning and energy. This course examines the name of the point, its relationship to the elements, to the official (organ system), its location and its relation to the overall context of the patient. Class includes discussion, meditation, art and poetry.
Students will gain a deeper and more personal knowledge of, and relationship to the energetics of particular meridian points. They will increase their skills in choosing points which will support the patient‘s energetic constitution and their psycho/ spiritual well being. 

To Register for this CEU contact: receptionist@fivebranches.edu  or call 831.476.9424

15 CEUs pending (Category 1)
California Acupuncture Board/Provider #049

Prerequisite:
None
Fri: 5pm-8pm || Sat: 9am-4pm || Sun: 9am-4pm
Cost: $300

Eight extraordinary Vessels (P)

Marie-France Collin, L.Ac
24 Hrs / 24 CEUs
  • Fri, Jul 12, 2019
  • San Jose

This class is aimed at exploring the significance of the Eight Extraordinary Vessels and their applications. Students will learn the historical development of their usage, order of their formation and its meaning, trajectories with point actions and indications, pathologies, treatment principles, needle technique, criteria for choosing with which Vessel to start the treatment, pulses, and coupling them or not and how.

Marie-France Collin is the Chair of Acupuncture Department at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine Chicago.

Prerequisite:
July 12-14, 9am-6pm
Cost: $150/8CEUs
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