May 13 & 14, 2017
Open to ALL Acupuncturists
Academy of Classical Oriental Sciences
#2 – 560 Baker Street
Canada V1L 4E3
email @ firstname.lastname@example.org
$269.00 before April 21, 2017 5pm
$299.00 on/or after April 22, 2016
Come and FEEL what you have been missing.
Here is some of what we’ll cover for the total 3 part workshop:
- The yin and yang of the pulse
- The physical organ vs The function of the organ in the pulse
- Qualitative vs Quantitative aspects
- Breaking down the locations more precisely
- Locating pain through the pulse and letting that guide your acu-points
- The foundational diagnosis from the pulse
This workshop has A LOT of practical hands-on, visual aids and discussion.
Greg will engage and inspire you to experience the pulses in greater depth. He published in 2011 The Pulse Atlas, an illustrative guide to pulse diagnosis to guide conversations, and demonstrate a clear picture of the pulse.
June 17 & 18, 2017
Hosted by: Acupuncture Society of New York
Location: Pacific College of Oriental Medicine
110 William St, New York, NY 10038
Register at: Foundations of pulse diagnosis
July 9, 2017
6 PDA’s FREE
to Faculty, Alumni & CSTCM students
Colorado School of TCM
1441 York St.
Denver, CO 80206
Contact: Parago Jones email@example.com or 303-329-6355 EXT. 16
Oct. 7 & 8, 2017
12 CEU’s Pending
Hosted and located at: Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine
1807 Wilshire Boulevard
Santa Monica, CA 90403
What did you find interesting about the workshop?
Simple, practical & comprehensive method of pulse diagnosis complimentary to traditional way of pulse diagnosis T.C . B.C. Canada
Good balance between hands on and presentation B.Q. , Denver, CO
How was the presenters delivery, ie. Staying on track, clearly explaining concepts, prepared and organized?
Great K.G. Denver, CO
Very easy to understand, great job of actually hearing and relating to questions. K.C. Denver, CO
Did the material contain useful information and was it easy to relate to?
The pulse diagrams are the easiest to relate to of any I have ever seen. D.E. Denver, CO
Pulses’s are difficult concept overall, so it’s hard to use the term eas, but it helped quite a bit from where I was before hand M.G. Denver, CO
What did you like or dislike about the workshop?
Nothing to dislike- love that it was easy to understand and completely relevant to what I C.D. Denver, CO
Friendly, great practice time & explaining what is felt B.Q. Denver, CO