Friday, June 25, 2010
At the ' Bridging the Gap between TCM and Japanese Acupuncture'
workshop on the 10th July in Brisbane, Australia our aim is to
provide our participants with sufficient guidelines and practical
training to leave this workshop ready to develop a valuable set of
highly refined, consumer friendly clinical skills with an expanded
understanding of the application of Traditional Acupuncture.
All skill and experience levels will be catered for.
All the theories and techniques are based on ideas put forward in the
Traditional Chinese medical Classics, the Nei Jing, Nan Jing and Shan
Over the last 1500 years, since TCM was introduced to Japan, there
have been many unique additions to the way practitioners diagnose and
This workshop aims to bridge some of the gaps in theory that have
emerged over the last 15 centuries between TCM and Japanese
Acupuncture. 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.
Topics to be covered include:
- understanding the Japanese approach to organ/meridian physiology
- Japanese 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
- 5 phase, 5 flavor and empirical point selection
Learn more about Japanese Acupuncture and how it can benefit you
and your patients by joining us on Saturday the 10th and Sunday the
11th of July
If you are geographically compromised and unable to attend the
workshop in person join us Exploring the Art of Acupuncture in
the 21st century at : http://www.Worldacupuncture.com
where we will be publishing video of the
workshop and you can access our extensive library of Japanese
Acupuncture Educational videos.
Alan Jansson is an internationally recognized teacher and
practitioner of Traditional Japanese Acupuncture. For well over a
decade, independent of and in conjunction with Masakazu Ikeda sensei and
Edward Obaidey, Alan has presented, convened and hosted more than 40
Traditional Japanese Acupuncture workshops in Australia, New Zealand and
USA. Driven by a strong desire to promote the consumer friendly
nature, clinical efficacy and potency of Meridian Based Traditional
Japanese Acupuncture, Alan is a staunch advocate of practically based
workshops and draws upon his 25 years clinical experience and 14 years
post and undergraduate teaching in a concerted effort to lift the bar
globally in the clinical application of this most amazing medical art.
Join him in Exploring the Art of Acupuncture in the 21st century
at : http://www.Worldacupuncture.com