Deepening Diagnosis through Ming Jing pulse diagnosis and 6 Division palpation

£183.33

with visiting lecturer Jamie Hamelton

This weekend will deepen both your pulse and palpatory diagnosis.  The Mai Jing pulse diagnosis technique is presented in detail as well as the palpatory principles of Applied Channel Theory, pioneered by Dr. Wang Ju-Yi. 

Eligibility: Suitable for Acupuncture Practitioners as well as Shiatsu practitioners and 3rd year students.

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27th / 28th April

with visiting lecturer Jamie Hamelton

This method of pulse diagnosis is easy to learn, clarifies underlying theory and shows hard to diagnose aspects such as the 5 Element constitution and 8 Extraordinary vessel imbalances.

The Mai Jing pulse diagnosis technique is presented in detail. It gives a clear picture of the 6 paired channels, 8 Extraordinary Vessels and importantly gives an accurate reading of the elemental imbalance and CF. This latter aspect is quite a revolution for 5 element practice as the reading very much complements and corroborates findings of CSOE (colour, sound, odour, emotion). It also gives a special insight into the nature of Yin and Yang pulses. With a unique notation method and a clarification of the position and character of the pulse, we can re-discover the dynamic qualities of the pulse qualities that we already know.

With an enhanced method of pulse diagnosis that we are confident in, we can in turn better understand the meaning of certain important topics in Chinese Medicine theory.

I am confident that it will make a significant difference to your clinical results and enjoyment of practice.    

Seminar includes comprehensive notes, and a certificate on completion.

Eligibility: Suitable for Acupuncture Practitioners as well as Shiatsu practitioners and 3rd year students.