Fri, Feb 04|
Live-Streamed on Zoom
2022 Advanced Acupuncture Mentorship Module 1
The Classical Acupuncture Mentorship is a 60 hour, comprehensive introduction to the Complement Channel system of Chinese Medicine taught in three modules. The first module begins January 28, 2022
Time & Location
Feb 04, 8:30 PM – 11:00 PM GMT
Live-Streamed on Zoom
About the Event
MODULE 1 CONTENT: Complement Channels in Context, Primary Channels & Pulses, Longitudinal Luos
DATE & TIME: 8 weeks between Jan 28 - Apr 1, 2022
FORMAT: 2.5 Hour Live-Stream. Video will be available online for review the week following each presentation
CEUs: 2.5 CEUs awarded for each week. NCCAOM 610
PLEASE NOTE: You MUST attend the live-stream in order to receive NCCAOM for that week.
COST: Costs are PER MODULE (no individual classes allowed), and are listed in US dollars (USD)
EARLY-BIRD PRICES (payment must be received by December 17, 2021)
Licensed Practitioner: $425.00
Student (must provide proof of current enrollment in 2nd year of acupuncture school or beyond): $325.00
Previous Mentorship Attendee (must provide proof of 72 hours of prior study): $225.00
REGULAR PRICES (payment must be received by January 26, 2022)
Licensed Practitioner: $500.00
Student (must provide proof of current enrollment in 2nd year of acupuncture school or beyond): $400.00
Previous Mentorship Attendee (must provide proof of 72 hours of prior study): $300.00
Students without enough acupuncture training or lay people may inquire about auditing the course.
REFUNDS: 75% refund if requested in writing by January 14, 2022. None thereafter.
ABOUT SEAN TUTEN:
Sean has been in private practice since 2002, and has been an NCCAOM continuing education provider since 2004. He is the founder and director of the Classical Acupuncture Mentorship and has run the project since 2016. Sean has taught throughout the United States, Europe and Australia, and was formerly an Associate Professor at Southwest Acupuncture College for many years.
For testimonials on his teaching, visit www.acupuncturementorship.com/testimonials.
The Primary Channel system deals exclusively with the present moment. As such, they are somewhat myopic in that they deal with symptom management as opposed to disease remission. To treat chronic disease, one must treat where the pathology has accumulated over time: in the Complement Channel system.
The Primary channels work as a system of triage in relation to the Complement channels. They direct pathology (overwhelming emotions, unresolved injuries, chronic degeneration, etc) to the appropriate “holding” area in the Complement channel system where the body stores pathology in latency. WIth time and resources the Primary channels will pull this pathology up and realease it but due to chronic stressors and resource depletion, this often never happens at all. This course will present a comprehensive theoretical and practical approach to addressing the Complement channel system directly.