Acupressure & The Twelve Officials
Friday, September 12, 2014 at 9:00 AM - Sunday, September 14, 2014 at 6:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
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This three day Acupressure course focuses on the 12 Organ Systems and Meridian theory of TCM. The Tweve Officials is a very popular course, which covers the history of Acupressure, TCM theory, 100+ points and basic Qigong massage. Students learn location and usage of 100+ acupressure points and 12 meridian pathways as well as a series of Qigong exercises to influence the circulation of Qi (Life Force) within the meridians, to restore and maintain health of body, mind and spirit.
About the Instructor: Luca Moschini, Dipl. ABT (Asian Bodywork Therapy) is the founder and head instructor of DaShenSM Foundation of Acupressure and Qigong Training. He carries on the tradition he was taught by his teachers, Janet Oliver and Brian O'Dea, who studied with highly advanced Tai Chi, Qigong and Jin Shin Jyutsu masters. These masters include: Sifu Tsuei, Cheng Man Ching, Kiko Matsumoto, Simu Ou Yang Min, and Mary Burmeister. Luca travels extensively to share the teachings of Acupressure and is currently a faculty member of Five Branches University. He has a private practice in California and Oregon and is nationally certified through the NCCAOM (National Commission Certification of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine).
*25 CEUs hours for LAc, RN, and CMT
To register for this course, please email Catherine Ng at email@example.com or call the San Jose Administration Office at (408) 345-2654.
DISCOUNTS: 10% Early Registration (one month prior to beginning of the class), 20% FBU MTCM students/Alumni
Refund Policy: You may drop a course by written request only (phone calls are not acceptable). Full refund will be granted to dropping the class 1 week prior to the course start date. Dropping the course after this date and up until the first instructional session will receive a 50% refund, with the exception of a 1-day course which is non-refundable. All courses dropped after the first instructional session are non-refundable.