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Upcoming Courses 2019-2020
Sat 25 Jan 2020
Fri 6 March 2020
Sat 28 March 2020
Sun 3 May, Sat 13 and Sun 14 June 2020
Sat 27 June 2020
Sun 28 June 2020
*open to students or anyone with an interest in this area *
Dates Sun 3 May, Sat 13 and Sun 14 June 2020
Time 9 30am - 5pm
Cost £75 per day (students £65)
Tutor Deborah Woolf
Jie 節 'vital rhythms': the lesson of bamboo
Interpreting the zangfu 臟腑 organs of Chinese Medicine
**Open to all**
The course covers resuscitation, management of the unconscious casualty, bleeding control, together with the causes and management of shock, asphyxia, medical conditions, burns, fractures, poisons and also details current First Aid legislation. Informal assessment is undertaken by the instructor through the day. On successful completion the candidate will recieve a certificate (valid for 3 years) and will be recognised as a 'First Aider' under the HSE (First Aid) REG 1981.
First Aid with Holos
Date Sat 25 Jan 2020
Time 10am - 5pm
Spaces Max 18
Tutor Alex Brazkiewicz
Dates Sat 28 Mar 2020
Time 10am - 5pm
Cost £75 per day
Spaces Max 12
Tutor Alison Dalziel
Soft Tissue Release: practical techniques for practitioners
EARLYBIRD: book and pay up to one month before each seminar, only £70 per day (students £65) **Open to all**
This three day seminar will look at Chinese Medicine through the characters and reveal their meaning. We will focus on texts on the twelve zangfu from Suwen 2, Suwen 4, Suwen 5 and Suwen 8. We will use these texts to illustrate the fundamental descriptions of the characters used for the zangfu.
EARLYBIRD: book and pay by 6 Feb 2020, only £70 (students £60) **Open to all**
Bamboo gives us a lesson: its fast growing does not diminish its strength coming from its roots. Its nodes show its ability to stop and rest in order to build again its impulse and thrust and so grow another segment.
In space and time, the growth and nodes set an example of the harmonious yin yang relationship of life. This is the reason why paintings of bamboo decorate the walls of scholar’s studios, offering a model for meditation.
EARLYBIRD: book and pay by 28 Feb 2020, only £70 **Open to all**
Soft Tissue Release is a manual therapy that can be used to complement your massage or acupuncture treatments, to release restricted areas of muscle tension and increase range of movement in the joints.
Date Fri 6 March 2020
Time 10am - 6pm
Cost £75 (students £65)
Spaces Max 20
Tutor Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallee