Malaysia | Advanced Track | 2019, November 14–17

Advanced Track

 

Practitioners are eligible to take classes in this track when they have completed all four days of the Core Foundations. Additionally, dedicated students who have already integrated all teachings from the Core Foundations Track into clinical practice may also take offerings from this track.

The Advanced Track coursework is sure to enhance your repertoire of treatments.

  • Treating Zang-Fu disorders with Meridian Conversion Therapy (Based on Ba Gua of the I-Ching)
  • Balance the Five Elements (Based on Ba Gua of the I-Ching)
  • A Seasonal – Based System using Balance Method (Based on Ba Gua of the I-Ching)
  • Dr. Tan’s Strategy of Twelve Magical Points
  • Smart Combos: How to integrate various Balance Method Strategies
  • Balancing the Eight Extra Meridians and Scalp Acupuncture
  • Dr. Tan’s Applications of Master Tung’s Acupuncture
  • Treating Marijuana Syndromes with Balance Method and Chinese Herbal Medicine
  • One day with Dr Han in her Clinic – Case studies with Acupuncture and herbal medicine 

 

Day 1: November 14
10am-6pm: Treating Zang-Fu Disorders with Meridian – Conversion Therapy

Day 2: November 15
10am-6pm: A Seasonal – Based System using Balance Method (Based on Ba Gua of the I-Ching)

Day 3: November 16
10am-6pm: Dr. Tan’s Strategy of Twelve Magical Points

Day 4: November 17
10am-6pm: One Day with Dr Han in her Clinic

 

 


Registrations here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSffhwbUO1NCt9Pss2gpH_0iPWVCcmWHQ_XiQ0yLI2RP2Rwtfw/viewform

The schedule is subject to change. Please contact us before making any travel plan.

Total of 28 CEUs by the California and Illinois State Boards. Please note that NCCAOM accepts California CEUs as valid units. Please check with your individual state board for specific licensing requirements.

 

  • Learn the “Matrix Analysis Technique” to balance complications using a minimal number of meridians in your treatment.
  • Countless real-life case studies and demonstrations ensure you will have analyzed the most common pain patterns seen in clinical practice.
  • Some lucky participants will be invited to palpate Ashi points and insert needles under the teacher’s supervision.
An exclusive, lifelong disciple of her Shifu (master) Dr. Richard Tan, Eileen Han is passionately dedicated to continuing the practice, inspiration, and influence of the Balance Method
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