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We invite you to pursue your calling and put your unique fingerprint on acupuncture, health, and healing. We use Traditional Chinese Medicine as the foundation of our teaching, and integrate the best of biomedicine, Japanese, French, and five-element approaches to diagnosis and treatment. At Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine College, Berkeley (AIMC) you can bring your unique perspective to the world of today’s medicine, find your specialty, and create a successful practice.

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Upcoming Events

CONTINUING EDUCATION CLASSES & OPEN HOUSE EVENTS

Due to COVID-19 and the shelter in place order for the Bay Area, all admissions events are now hosted online. CEU’s are being offered in-person, online, or as a hybrid. See our full calendar page for details and updates.

CONTINUING EDUCATION CLASSES

AUG 28, 2021

FIRE SEASON WELLNESS: HERBS & 5 ELEMENTS

In-Person

SEP 25, 2021 – SEP 26, 2021

MEDICAL QIGONG: MODULE 1

In-Person or Live Webinar Option

OCT 23, 2021, 2021

Mystical Taoism: 13 Ghost Points & Repose

Live Webinar

NOV 6, 2021 – NOV 7, 2021

MEDICAL QIGONG: MODULE 2

In-Person or Live Webinar Option

ADMISSIONS AND COMMUNITY EVENTS

SEPTEMBER 20th, 2021

“ACUPUNCTURE AS A PROFESSION”

MSOM & DAIM ONLINE OPEN HOUSE

SEPTEMBER 20th, 2021

Intro to East Asian Medicine

Week 1 of a Fun, Virtual 5-week Course

OCTOBER 13th, 2021

Opportunities & Accessibility in Acupuncture

FB Live with the AIMC Clinic Director

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