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Module 3

Theory

  • Introduction to components of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), i.e., acupuncture, moxibustion, tuina, herbology, & qi gong.
  • Oral examination on 10 Control Points and their function.
  • Various treatment approaches utilizing the 10 Control Points.
  • Five Element Correspondencies (odors, sounds, emotions, climate, seasons, taste, colors and their relationship to the treatment of illness).
  • Thermal Reflex areas to diagnose meridian excess or deficiency.
  • Detailed study of the Pericardium Meridian (9) Points and conditions they treat.
  • Detailed study of the Triple Warmer Meridian (23 Points) and conditions they treat.
  • Detailed study of the Gall Bladder Meridian (44 Points) and conditions they treat.
  • Mind-body healing – Qi gong.
  • Zhenjiuology, #18 – Chapter 18 Points: Head and Neck, Chest and Abdomen, Back, Upper Extremities, Lower Extremities.
  • Tongue Diagnosis.
  • Detailed study of the Liver Meridian (14 Points) ) and conditions they treat.
  • Basics of Chinese Diagnostics and Case Histories.

Video Presentations

  • Video presentation from China, Zhenjiuology, #19 – Anatomy of the Points Requiring Prudent Manipulations.

Workshops

  • Thermal Reflex areas to diagnose meridian excess or deficiency.
  • Precise Point Location, Five Element Correspondencies (Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, Water), palpation of ashi points, meridian tracing.
  • Question and answers session.
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