Entry requirements Qualified acupuncture practitioners as well as acupuncture, herbal medicine students.
About your tutor: Jong Baik
He apprenticed under various TCM, KHT and Auricular masters in South Korea, and has deep knowledge of both TCM and Five Element Acupuncture (Sa am Acupuncture). He has worked as part of a palliative care team in a hospice in Darlington for 5 years. He has taught BAcC, BMAS, ATCM and AACP practitioners for the past 7 years. He is Visiting Lecturer to University of Coventry & Butterwick Hospice.
Jong Baik is an established lecturer with an enthusiastic, intense and also relaxed style of teaching. He specialises in Micro Acupuncture Systems- KHT (Korean Hand Acupuncture Therapy), Auricular (E Chim & Ear Reflex Zone Therapy), Sujok (Korean Hand & Foot Acupuncture), Eye Acupuncture, Nose Acupuncture. He is qualified in Sinology including Chinese Classics (including the Yijing, Nanjing, Huangdi Neijing).
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Upcoming Courses 2020-21
Sat 17 Oct 2020
Introduction to Sa am style Five Element acupuncture*
Sat 20 March 2021
Introduction to Scalp acupuncture
Sun 21 March 2021
Interpreting the zangfu 臟腑 organs
of Chinese Medicine*
these three days are available to buy as ZOOM recordings
*open to students or anyone with an interest in this area *
Scalp Acupuncture & Reflexology treats and prevents disease by stimulating specific areas on the scalp.
It is a relatively new therapy based on the theory of Traditional East Asian Medicine and Micro Systems.
This therapy is often used clinically to treat central nervous system disorders, especially for paralysis due to stroke, as well as internal medicine, gynaecology , and paediatrics.
This seminar explores the physiology of the brain and its link to bodily functions, symptoms and illnesses. Jong will also explain and demonstrate how to locate the various scalp reflex areas including sensory, motor, balance, digestive and reproductive areas.
A range of stimulation and treatment methods with be demonstrated and case studies will be discussed. There will be numerous supervised practice sessions. The event is a balanced mix of theory and practice. Valuable skills and techniques learnt at this event can confidently be put straight into practice.
It is a highly practical workshop combining lectures, demonstrations and supervised practice and will allow students to move easily from theory to full clinical application.
Date Sunday 21 March 2021
Time 10am - 5pm
Spaces Max 20
Tutor Jong Baik