Posts tagged ‘Chinese medicine’

Acupressure III – Treating Neck, Back, & Sciatica

November 13th, 2012

Acupressure III – w/ Don Cornwell Specific Acupressure points are taught to treat pain in the neck and back and sciatica. These points can be integrated with other forms of treatment, such as massage, Cranial-Sacral, etc. 12 CEU’s Saturday & Sunday – 9am – 4:30pm

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Windows of the Sky w/ Don Cornwell

November 13th, 2012

Windows of the Sky are a series of Acupressure points that help Qi move upwards in the body, thus increasing awareness and acceptance of life experiences. This results in letting go of energy patterns that no longer serve us. Physical, emotional, and spiritual imbalances realign so that we can move to the next step in [...]

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Acupressure II – Five Elements

November 13th, 2012

Acupressure II – w/ Don Cornwell Signs, symptoms, organs and associations for each Element are taught. This allows determination of which Elements are imbalanced. Methods of treating the Elements and balancing the Elements with each other are practiced. This includes working with the Creation, Control and Counter-Acting Cycles. 12 CEU’s Saturday & Sunday – 9am – 4:30pm

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Acupressure I – Organ Assessment & Treatment

November 13th, 2012

Acupressure I – w/ Don Cornwell Traditional Chinese Medicine symptom patterns for each organ are learned. Tongue and pulse assessment are practiced. Treatment includes locating and treating the major points for each organ. 12 CEU’s Saturday & Sunday – 9am – 4:30pm

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Applying Bach Flower Essences to Acupressure Points w/ Sunny Bueck

August 24th, 2012

As body workers we know that our clients’ thoughts and emotions have a profound impact on their physical bodies. Have you ever wondered how you could help your clients find more emotional balance during and after a bodywork session? Integrating the Bach Flower Essences into your practice may be just the tool you need. This [...]

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Autumn: Season of the Metal Element

October 29th, 2010

Chinese Medicine associates each season with an element and its related organs. Autumn is Metal element. The yin Metal organ and meridian is Lung. The Lung’s yang counterpart is Large Intestine. During autumn, the Lung and Large Intestine are more susceptible to imbalances. With the change in temperature, one is more prone to respiratory conditions, such as colds and flu. Wei qi is the type of qi associated with the Lung. It is defined as protective qi, qi that protects us from exogenous pathogenic factors, such as wind, cold and damp. This type of qi can become challenged during autumn.

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Workshop: Shiatsu with Joe Adams

August 17th, 2010

Shiatsu is a form of bodywork originating from Japan, and developed in the early 1900′s. In this study, we use slow, vertical, steady pressure, holding points for 2-7 seconds. We address concepts of Yin and Yang, along with influences from two of the many forms and branches of Shiatsu. One is Meridian based, influenced by [...]

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Workshop: Chinese Medicine & Qi Gong with Don Cornwell

August 2nd, 2010

Chinese Medical Qi Gong will be discussed, demonstrated, and practiced—giving participants, including professional therapists, expert training and experience in moving, increasing and storing Qi. Then a number of specific Qi Gong hand techniques will be used on the client’s body to affect their movement and balance of energy. These hand techniques are much more powerful [...]

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