COMPLEMENT CHANNELS IN CONTEXT and SINEW CHANNELS: MOVEMENT & MOOD
May 30 @ 9:00 am - May 31 @ 4:30 pm
** EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION UNTIL APRIL 24th**
12 CEU units (NCCAOM #610 & CAB #1593 pending)
About the Course: The Complement channel system of acupuncture offers an extraordinary roadmap by which practitioners can see with clarity the progression of disease and how to begin reversing that process. However, without understanding the Complement channels in relationship to the Primary channels, and in the context of the system as a whole, they can be clinically confusing and even dangerous.
Day one of this weekend course will elucidate those relationships and leave students with a clear understanding of where to begin and what to expect in the treatment of any pathology.
Day two will examine the Sinew Channels and their relationship to freedom of movement and physical expression. The Sinews are the interface between ourselves and world.
While they are essential in the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries and pain, they are also invaluable in releasing exterior conditions, postural issues, unexplained moods, and the calcifications and habituations that can restrict our free expression as we age.
This is the second weekend of the Classical Acupuncture Mentorship curriculum being offered in California.
About the Teacher: Sean Tuten, DOM has been a teacher of Chinese medicine for 16 years, both as a speaker throughout the United States, Europe and Australia, and as a former professor at Southwest Acupuncture College. In 2016 he founded the Classical Acupuncture Mentorship, a comprehensive training curriculum in the Complement channels of acupuncture, pulse diagnosis, and classical physiology. He currently maintains private practices in Santa Fe & Albuquerque NM.
More Information at www.acupuncturementorship.com
Refunds: 75% if requested before April 24th. None thereafter