This seminar will focus on Japanese acupuncture techniques that will improve your treatment results. Practitioners will increase their palpation skills and understand how to better diagnose through the abdomen and pulse taking. These techniques were developed and refined by blind practitioners from Japan, and this style has made acupuncture treatments more painless, pragmatic, intuitive, and non-invasive.
Both students and professionals will benefit from learning these advanced techniques from this model of Japanese acupuncture. By becoming more adept at diagnosis and pulse feedback, clients will get better results, and practitioners will experience a new found clarity and skill.
This class is an interactive workshop, focusing on hand through hand palpation, and teaching biofeedback systems. The instructor will work closely with students to develop their palpation sensitivity to find points and help them understand how simple changes in the pulse will affect their treatment.
You will learn:
Six positions Comparative Pulse Diagnosis
Extraordinary Vessel Hara Diagnosis
Ki Touch Diagnosis.
Live Point Location.
Instructor: Brian Neill is a certified Hari instructor under Koei Kuwahara, and has studied in Japan with Shudo Denmei, Masanori Tanioka, and the Ki Shin Po Society of blind Acupuncturists. To find out more about Hari, Brian Neill and more, visit www.thebenevolentart.com
Register now-- class size is limited!
15 Illinois CEUs and NCCAOM PDAs (pending)
Pacific College of Oriental Medicine
65 E. Wacker Place, Chicago, IL 60611
9am- 5pm (both days)
Pricing (each class):
ILaaom Professional Member: $225
Non-Member Professional: $300
ILaaom Student Member: $150
Non-Member Student: $200