Sat, Jun 29|
Santa Fe Waldorf School, Hooper Hall
Complement Channels in Context: Primary Channels, Physiology & Latency
This 7.5 hour course will present classical Chinese physiology in the context of the Primary Channels as a system of triage in disease progression and latency. Taught by Sean Tuten.
Time & Location
Jun 29, 2019, 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Santa Fe Waldorf School, Hooper Hall, 26 Puesta Del Sol, Santa Fe, NM 87508, USA
About the Event
This is the second course in the 2019 New Mexico Classical Acupuncture Mentorship. We will discuss the Primary Channels of acupuncture as a system of triage for managing disease progression and latency, and the Shu points in relation to the complement channels. We will cover the development of the constitution as well as a classical perspective on physiology.
TIME & DATE: June 29th, 2019. 9:00 am - 5:30 pm.
LOCATION: Santa Fe, NM
CEUs: 7.5 continuing education credits by the NCCAOM (pending)
COST: $175.00 Early (by June 14th), $210.00 General. 75% refund if requested by June 14th, none thereafter.
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