Sydney workshop now fully booked.
StartTime: Sat 04 February 2012 9:00 am
This workshop will allow you to experience this acupuncture classic in a practical manner. The palpatory techniques presented in this training provide an invaluable bridge between an arcane aspect of medical literature and their concrete application in clinical practice. The depth of the palpatory techniques you will learn is incomparable and includes channel listening, extraordinary vessel pulse diagnosis, manual thermal diagnosis, cranial rhythmic impulses and the extraordinary vessel meditation set to facilitate skilful use of attentive stillness.
Melbourne: 4th - 6th February 2012
Australian Shiatsu College, 103 Evans Street, Brunswick
Sydney: NOW FULLY BOOKED. 17th - 19th February 2012
Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Level 5, 545 Kent Street, Sydney
Chip Chace is a graduate of the New England School of Acupuncture (1984). He has been studying Chinese Medicine and palpation-based forms of Acupuncture for over 25 years. Chip runs a successful clinical practice in Colorado and is a faculty member at the Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine where he teaches Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine.
He has co-translated:
1. An Exposition on the Eight Extraordinary Vessels: Acupuncture, Alchemy, and Herbal Medicine' (with Miki Shima),
2. The Systematic Classic of Acupuncture and Moxibustion: Huang Di Zhen Zhu Jia Yi Jing' (with Yang Shou Zhong)
3. Co-authored 'The Channel Divergences: Deeper Pathways of the Web' (with Miki Shima).
He has also translated 'A Qin Bowel Anthology'.
Please contact CHINA BOOKS to register.
PLEASE NOTE that numbers are limited due to hands-on instruction.