with Nigel DAWES
StartTime: Sat 28 April 2012 9:00 am
WHEN: 28th & 29th April 2012
WHERE: Southern School of Natural Therapies, 25 Victoria Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne
WHEN: 5th & 6th May 2012
Seminar times 9am to 5pm.
This workshop aims to shed light on abdominal palpation in the Kampo tradition through hands-on teaching. Herbalists and acupuncturists in particular will find the workshop of key interest but practitioners or students in any field of Oriental Medicine, including Shiatsu, are most welcome too. The workshop begins with a slide presentation followed by detailed palpatory practice and Nigel will round off the workshop with case-study analysis amongst attendees.
Nigel Dawes has been practicing and teaching Oriental Medicine for 25 years. He lived and studied in Japan for five years followed by hospital internships in China . Prior to moving to the United States he founded and directed the London College of Shiatsu, and began lecturing at various Oriental Medicine schools in England, France, Israel and the U.S. Since 1994 New York City has been his home, where he has continued his involvement in undergraduate and graduate OM education and administration, clinical practice, and publishing.
Nigel Dawes is the co-author of "Kampo: A Clinical Guide to Theory and Practice" and has most recently written an article for The Lantern titled "Evidence is More Valuable Than Logic" (Vol. 9, No. 1)