Module 2


  • Review components of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), i.e., acupuncture, moxibustion, tui’na, herbology, and qigong.
  • Oral examination on 10 Control Points and their function.
  • Various treatment approaches utilizing the 10 Control Points concerning Lung, Large Intestine, Stomach, Spleen, Heart, and Small Intestine.
  • Special Effect points of the Heart Meridian (9 Points) and Small Intestine Meridian (19 Points) and conditions they treat.
  • Special Effect points of the Bladder Meridian 67 Points) and conditions they treat.
  • Zhenjiuology, #7 – Needling techniques, Scalp needling, etc.
  • Special Effect points of the Kidney Meridian 27 Points) and conditions they treat.
  • Zang Fu – Learning the essentials of Zang Fu as they pertain to acupuncture theory and practice.
  • Mind-Body Healing techniques by Qi Gong
  • Discussion on three major health conditions utilizing acupuncture/Tui’na (adjusting techniques), vitamins, herbs, counseling, and lifestyle changes.
  • Discussion on Root and Branch Theory and application.
  • Eight Miscellaneous Channels.
  • 12 Divergent Channels.
  • 15 Connecting Channels.
  • Summary of research concerning channels and points.
  • Common Points for head-neck, chest abdomen, back, upper limb, lower limb.

Video Presentations

  • Video presentation from China, Zhenjiuology, #6 – Needling Methods.


  • Workshop, Questions and Answers.
  • Precise Point Location, Five Element Correspondencies (Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, Water), palpation of ashi points, meridian tracing.
  • Needling, electro, teishin, acupatches, press tacks.
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