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Bridging the gap between TCM and Japanese Acupuncture

Created: Saturday, 28 April 2018 Written by RivaJazz
 
Alan Jansson returns to Portugal for his fifth seminar presentation!
Traditional Japanese Acupuncture is, by definition, Traditional Chinese Medicine. All the Theories and techniques are based on ideas put forward in the Nei Jing, Nan Jing and Shan Hun Lun.
Over the last 1500 years since TCM was introduced to Japan, there have been many unique changes in the way practitioners diagnose and treat patients.
This workshop aims to bridge the gaps in theory that have emerged over the last 15 centuries and in doing so, open the door to a world of new treatment approaches and techniques that will be of enormous benefit to practitioners and patients alike.
 
Topics to be covered include:
- Understanding the Japanese approach to organ/meridian physiology;
- TJM 8 principal pattern diagnosis;
- Nan Jing 12 pulse position diagnosis
- Abdominal, meridian and point palpation
- Non-retention, superficial and contact needling
- Rice grain, needle head and heat perception moxibustion (Tonetskyu, Kyutoshin, Chinetskyu)
- 5 phase, 5 flavour and empirical point selection
Bring a sharp mind, an open heart and the desire to help your patients. Needles and moxa will be provided.

 

 

To secure your place please register here!

 

 

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