$300 – $450

Healing the Gut with Ancient Turtle Abdominal Acupuncture

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AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine

4701 West Gate Blvd

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Austin, TX 78745

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Ticket: Includes 2 day weekend seminar

Dates: August 11th and 12th

Schedule:
Begins: 9:30am-12:30pm
Lunch: 12:30-2pm
Return: 2-5pm

During this course you will learn:

-Introduction of ancient turtle abdominal acupuncture

-Review Ba Gua- Eight Diagram theory from ancient classic books

-Learn points location and treatment protocol of ancient turtle abdominal acupuncture

- Learn Ba Gua- Eight Giagram abdominal acupuncture , understanding of TCM theory of gut healing-neurologic, sensory and psychosocial disorders and syndrome differentiation

About Dr. Tan:

Dr. Shengyan ‘Grace’ Tan was born in Chengdu, China into a traditional Chinese medicine family. In their family lineage of Tan’s, her father and grandfather are both Chinese medical doctors. Her father, a well-known university professor, one of China’s primary experts in the field of medicinal food therapy and herbal preparation. After completed her 11 years PhD in traditional Chinese medicine at Chengdu University of TCM, Dr. Tan taught TCM in Chengdu University of TCM and also worked as a TCM doctor at the teaching hospital of Chengdu University of TCM. In 2011, following several visiting professors invites at institutions abroad, Dr. Tan made Austin, Texas her home and became a full-time faculty member and professor at AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine. While the focus of her expertise has been onclassical acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, ENT (ear-nose-throat), and ophthalmology (eye disease), Dr. Tan always comes back to the root of classic TCM. “Returning to the root of Chinese medicine reminds me that everything is connected”. In addition, she sought out the classical roots of Chinese medicine outside the institutionalized TCM setting: Daoist medicine and Yijing-I Ching with Zhou Xuexi; Wenbing tongue and pulse diagnosis with Zhang Ziwen; Sichuan Daosim and Shanghan lun pulse diagnosis with Chen Chaozu. Since 2005, she has published widely on both the theoretical and clinical aspects of Chinese medicine. Dr. Tan has more than 11 years of clinical experience of treating neurological, sensory organs and psychosocial disorders.




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