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Practical Chinese Medicine

Hands-on, body-based and action-based seminars in Practical Chinese Medicine, taught by world-renowned practioner, Tom Bisio. Tom combines 40 years experience in the martial arts and Nei Gong practices with over 25 years of clinical experience in traditional Chinese medicine. He has traveled to China numerous times to study internal martial arts, Nei Gong and Chinese medicine. Since 1998 Tom has taught Tui Na, Chinese Sports Medicine and Zang Fu Tui Na to hundreds of students in the United States, Europe and Canada. Tom is a graduate of the Tri-State College of Acupuncture.

The skills taught in Practical Chinese Medicine classes are a distillation of Tom’s apprenticeships, clinical experience and ongoing research into the core principles of traditional Chinese medicine.

CE’s/CEU’s: 

Practical Chinese Medicine classes are approved by the NCCAOM & NCBTMB for Continuing Education Credits (CE’s/CEU’s) for acupuncturists and massage therapists.

Thomas Bisio is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education Approved Provider and is also sponsored by NCBTMB to teach New York LMTs continuing education that is accepted by the state of New York for license renewal.

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Practical Chinese Medicine Seminars

Tooth From the Tiger’s Mouth

TTM 1: Gong Fu Sports Medicine 1

TTM 2: Gong Fu Sports Medicine 2

TTM 3: Qi Gong for Sports Injuries and Orthopedic Conditions

Zang Fu Tui Na

ZFTN 1: Introduction to Zang Fu Tui Na

ZFTN 2: Zang Fu Tui Na Techniques A

ZFTN 3: Zang Fu Tui Na Techniques B

ZFTN 4: Master Class in Zang Fu Tui Na

Traditional Tui Na

TTN 1: Essential Principles & the Back Protocol

TTN 2: Treating the Back and Lower Limb

TTN 3: Treating the Neck and Upper Limb

TTN 4: Master Class: Advanced Tui Na & Zheng Gu Techniques

Sports & Orthopedic Acupuncture

SOA1: Sports & Orthopedic Acupuncture – Neck and Upper Limb

SOA2: Sports & Orthopedic Acupuncture – Back & Lower Limb

SOA3: Sports & Orthopedic Acupuncture – Needling Channels and Collaterals

Cranio-Sacral Therapy from a Chinese Medicine Perspective

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Course Descriptions:

Tooth From the Tiger’s Mouth Seminars

Tooth from the Tiger’s Mouth seminars are based on Tom Bisio’s popular book, A Tooth From the Tiger’s Mouth. Students directly experience the power and effectiveness of Chinese Medicine by learning sophisticated multi-modality methods of treating and rehabilitating sports injuries, something Chinese medicine is very good at, often succeeding where Western medicine fails. The methods taught in this class are as effective today as they were 1,000 years ago.

All Tooth from the Tiger’s Mouth seminars are 2 days.

TTM 1: Gong Fu Sports Medicine 1

Gong Fu Sports Medicine 1 is an excellent starting point for those interested in learning practical and immediately useful Chinese medicine skills. Open to anyone, this class focuses on the treatment of sports injuries, martial arts training injuries, and other types of trauma including burns, cuts, insect bites, etc. Ideal for trainers, physical therapists, coaches, martial arts instructors, parents whose children play sports, and anyone interested in treating their own injuries with effective, practical and easy-to-use techniques.

Our goal: if you or someone you know pulls a muscle or sprains their ankle the day after taking this class, you will know exactly what to do in order to speed healing, reduce recovery time and prevent the sprain from become a chronic, debilitating injury. This 2-day class combines lecture, demonstration and hands-on practice.

Prerequisites: None

Gong Fu Sports Medicine 1 is NCCAOM, NCBTMB approved for 14 CEUs
Also approved for NY State LMT’s

You will learn:

  • The Theory and Practice of Treating Injuries
  • Theory of Treating Injuries East and West
  • How to Treat Soft-Tissue Injuries
  • Examining an Injury
  • Stages of Injury and Healing
  • Revival Techniques
  • How to Make and Apply Chinese Herbal Poultices
  • Making Die Da Pills
  • Making Liniments
  • Using Medicinal Plasters
  • Applying Herbal Soaks
  • How to Use Liniments
  • Moxibustion Therapy
  • Seven-Star Hammer (Plum Blossom Needle) Principles & Techniques
  • Cupping Therapy
  • Guasha Therapy
  • Treatment of Burns
  • How to treat Cuts and Wounds
  • Treatment of Bites and Stings

 

TTM 2: Gong Fu Sports Medicine 2

Gong Fu Sports Medicine 2 builds on Gong Fu Sports Medicine 1, going deeper into the subtle distinctions between the stages of injury in order to make more precise and effective interventions which can speed the healing process.

Students review the stages of injury and healing, while learning how to modify internal and external herb formulas in order to increase efficacy and precision of treatment. Greater emphasis is also placed on treating chronic injuries. Martial arts training formulas that enhance athletic performance and prevent injuries will also be discussed. This 2-day class combines lecture, demonstration and hands-on practice.

Prerequisites: TTM 1: Gong Fu Sports Medicine 1

Gong Fu Sports Medicine 2 is NCCAOM approved for 14 CEUs

You will learn:

  • Acupuncture Emergency Medicine
  • Detailed Review of the Stages of Injury
  • Modifying External and Internal Herbal Formulas
  • How to treat Osseous Injuries (Fractures)
  • Foods that Enhance or Slow Healing
  • Using Guide Herbs to Direct Herbal Medicinals Specific Body Areas
  • Treating “Dead Blood”
  • Treatment of Chronic Injuries
  • Making Herbal Decoctions
  • Constitutional Herbal Therapy for Chronic or Repetitive Injuries
  • Sports and Martial Arts Training Formulas that Enhance Performance and Prevent Injury

 

TTM 3: Qi Gong for Sports Injuries & Orthopedic Conditions

For thousands of years, Chinese medicine has utilized an extremely effective method of rehabilitation, one that is only now beginning to be appreciated by physical therapists in the West. Unlike standard physical therapy exercises, which usually focus on strength training and cardio-vascular exercise, Qi Gong and Nei Gong methods teach the body to work as a unified organism by re-programming the neuro-muscular system.

Qi Gong for Sports Injuries & Orthopedic Conditions combines lecture, theory, demonstration and practice of Qi Gong/Nei Gong routines and individual exercises that can be used to help rehabilitate injuries, promote correct body alignment, and enhance the general health of the patient. Students will learn a set of 16 rehabilitative exercises that can be modified for different injuries and clinical situations. Other specific exercises will be included, as well as strategies for creating exercise prescriptions. Highly recommended for body, workers, acupuncturists, chiropractors, osteopaths, sports trainers, and coaches. This 2-day class combines lecture, demonstration and hands-on practice.

Pre-Requisites: None

Qi Gong for Sports Injuries & Orthopedic Conditions is NCCAOM & NCBTMB approved for 14 CEUs
Also approved for NY State LMT’s

You Will Learn:

  • Theory & Principles of Qi Gong & Nei Gong
  • Correcting Qi Deviations & Negative Reactions
  • Qi Gong & Nei Gong – Methods & Systems
  • Health Preservation Exercises
  • 16 Nei Gong Exercises that can be Modified to Address
  • Musculoskeletal and Orthopedic Conditions
  • Qi Gong prescriptions for Rehabilitating Injuries
  • Introduction to Treating Internal Conditions with Qi Gong

 

Zang Fu Tui Na Seminars

Zang Fu Tui Na teaches methods of regulating the function of the internal organs (Zang Fu) through direct and indirect energetic visceral mobilization techniques. This important and  rarely taught aspect of Tui Na can be more effective than  acupuncture and Chinese herbs in regulating the Qi dynamic,  calming the Shen (spirit), and harmonizing the functions of the  internal organs. Zang Fu Tui Na is both diagnostic and  therapeutic, offering a direct, hands-on method of diagnosing organ imbalances, while simultaneously eliciting effective,  immediate, and profound changes in the body.

In the Zang Fu Tui Na series, students are simultaneously exposed to four interconnected Zang Fu perspectives: Nei Gong practices, Western anatomy and function, Zang Fu theory  (Chinese Medicine), and a Jing-Luo acupuncture point perspective.

Zang Fu Tui Na is offered as a package of 4 weekend seminars. Upon completion students receive a Zang Fu Tui Na Practitioner Certificate.

The Zang Fu Tui Na series of 4 seminars is NCCAOM & NCBTMB approved for 56 CEUs
Also approved for NY State LMT’s

 

ZFTN 1: Introduction to Zang Fu Tui Na

ZFTN 1: Introduction to Zang Fu Tui Na introduces the basic principles and techniques used to regulate and balance the function of the internal organs through direct and indirect energetic visceral mobilization techniques. Students begin by balancing and regulating the San Jiao system and then move on to work with the Qi Dynamics of the five Zang Organs: Liver, Heart, Spleen, Lung and Kidney. Methods of releasing restrictions in the diaphragm, thoracic outlet, Lungs and Pericardium are introduced and practiced. An important part of this class is Qi Cultivation Nei Gong, which enhances one’s ability to engage with the Qi Dynamic and sense and regulate the internal organs.

Prerequisites: None

You Will Learn:

  • How to sense and interact with Organ Qi
  • Methods of regulating the San Jiao (Three Burners)
  • How to Regulate and Harmonize the Five Zang organ systems
  • How to Release Restrictions and Correct Imbalances in the Lungs and Pericardium
  • How to Release Restrictions and Blockages in the Diaphragm, and Thoracic Outlet
  • Anatomy of the Thoracic Cavity (Upper Burner)
  • Qi Cultivation Nei Gong: which enhances one’s ability to sense and regulate the internal organs and the surrounding fascia
  • At the end of the class students will be capable of employing these techniques in a clinical setting

 

ZFTN 2: Zang Fu Tui Na Techniques A

ZFTN 2: Zang Fu Tui Na Techniques A builds on ZFTN 1 by further developing techniques for regulating the internal organs (Zang Fu). This class focuses on the organs of digestion: Liver, Gallbladder, Spleen, Stomach and Pancreas. The relationship of these organs to the Qi Dynamic, and the diaphragm, and the inter-connection of the Pericardium and Liver will be also be discussed. Students will review Qi Cultivation Exercises and learn Five Element Qi Gong. Five Element Qi Gong further develops the ability of the practitioner to sense and regulate the intrinsic Qi Dynamic of each organ, while simultaneously providing students with effective rehabilitative exercises that can be taught to patients in a clinical or classroom setting.

Prerequisites: ZFTN 1: Introduction to Zang Fu Tui Na

You Will Learn:

  • How to sense and interact with Organ Qi
  • Techniques for Regulating the Liver
  • Techniques for Regulating the Gallbladder and Biliary System
  • Techniques for Regulating the Spleen and Stomach
  • Techniques for Regulating the Pancreas
  • Relationship of the Diaphragm to the Organs of Digestion
  • Balancing and Treating the Hiatal and Pyloric Sphincters
  • Anatomy of the Abdominal Cavity (Middle Burner)
  • Five Element Qi Gong

 

ZFTN 3: Zang Fu Tui Na Techniques B

Zang Fu Tui Na Techniques B completes the student’s knowledge of basic organ regulating techniques and methods by working with the organs of the pelvis (Lower Heater). This class adds methods of regulating and balancing the Duodenum, Small Intestine and Large Intestine, and protocols for treating the entire digestive system are explored and practiced. Effective techniques for treating the Kidney and Bladder will also be practiced. Daoist concepts of internal energetics are introduced in order to round out the student’s understanding of the Kidney’s relationship with the Mingmen, Heart and Small Intestine. Students also learn a Daoist Meditation exercise in which one senses the “True Breath” – its movement through the body and its effect on the internal organs.

Prerequisites: ZFTN 1 and ZFTN 2

You Will Learn:

  • How to sense and interact with Organ Qi
  • Techniques for Regulating the Duodenum, Jejunum and Ileum (Small Intestine).
  • Techniques for Regulating the Large Intestine
  • Techniques for Regulating the Kidneys and Bladder
  • Digestive System Treatment Protocols
  • Anatomy of the Pelvic Cavity
  • Daoist Meditation on the “True Breath”

ZFTN 4: Master Class in Zang Fu Tui Na

This master class in Zang Fu Tui Na ties together the techniques and concepts learned in ZFTN 1-3, while introducing protocols for regulating Liver/Gallbladder Heat and Heart Fire syndromes and balancing Fire (Heart/Pericardium/Small Intestine) and Water (Kidneys and Bladder). In addition to reviewing and combining techniques taught in the earlier classes, the Master Class introduces “Whole Body Unwinding” of the fascial networks which include the organs, joints and meridians. Fascial unwinding connects this class directly to the Traditional Tui Na methods and Zheng Gu techniques, enabling the student to understand the close inter-relationship between internal disharmonies and orthopedic conditions. Students will also learn the Six Healing Sounds, a unique Nei Gong method that employs sound, vibration and mouth shapes to regulate and harmonize the Zang Fu.

Prerequisites: ZFTN 1, ZFTN 2 and ZFTN 3

You Will Learn:

  • Review Of Previously Learned Techniques
  • Protocol for Liver/Gallbladder Heat and Heart Fire
  • Protocol for Balancing Fire and Water
  • Whole Body Fascial Unwinding
  • Six Healing Sounds Qi Gong
  • How to Work in Teams of 2 or 3 People to Achieve Enhanced Clinical Effects

Traditional Tui Na Seminars

Tui Na is one of the most powerful modalities in Chinese Medicine, known for consistently producing clinical results. Traditional Tui Na, and its associated Zheng Gu techniques, are a unique hands-on therapy through which one intuitively perceives and connects with the underlying principles of Chinese medicine. Traditional Tui Na contains 26 “hand methods”, each of which creates different mechanical and energetic signatures whose action occurs at a specific depth and produces different effects inside the body. These hand methods elicit different diagnostic information, and can also be combined into mixed techniques, in order to adapt to different clinical situations. The 26 hand methods, and knowledge of more than 30 key acupuncture points are integrated into adaptable and clinically effective protocols making them easy to learn and immediately use. Traditional Tui Na contains Zheng Gu (“Correct the Bone”) methods which realign and restore integrity to the joints and soft tissue. These techniques are seamlessly integrated into treatment principles and protocols. Students will also learn Qi Gong and Nei Gong practices that enhance body mechanics, so that Tui Na methods can be performed effectively and effortlessly.

Traditional Tui Na is offered as a package of 4 weekend seminars. Upon completion you will receive a Traditional Tui Na Practitioner Certificate.

The Traditional Tui Na series of 4 seminars is NCCAOM & NCBTMB approved for 56 CEUs
Also approved for NY State LMT’s

 

TTN 1: Essential Principles & The Back Protocol

This first class in the Traditional Tui Na Series lays the groundwork for future classes while simultaneously improving clinical effectiveness in many areas. Students learn a hands-on Tui Na sequence which teaches the basic hand techniques, proper body mechanics and builds the foundation for a wide variety of treatments.

The core of this class is the “Back Protocol”, which develops an integrated approach to diagnosis and treatment which inculcates correct clinical procedures from the start. The Back Protocol is a unique method of regulating the spine and the Du (or “Governing”) Vessel, which connects to the brain and spinal cord, and globally regulates and controls countless body functions.

15 basic hand methods are integrated into the Back Protocol, and students are introduced to five key acupuncture points. Proper body mechanics and alignment are stressed throughout the class. Students will learn the Qi Gong Body strengthening exercises of Shaolin Nei Gong, which aid the practitioner in performing Tui Na correctly and with maximum effectiveness.

Prerequisites: None

You Will Learn:

  • 15 Basic Hand Techniques: Basic Rolling and Knuckle Rolling, Pressing, Pushing, Grasping, Pinching, Kneading, Plucking, Squeezing, Traction, Bending-Extending, Rotation, Rub-Roll, Tweaking, One Finger Meditation, and the Goldfish Method
  • The Back Protocol
  • How to effectively use and adapt Tui Na protocols and principles to a clinical setting
  • Zheng Gu Techniques for mobilizing the ribs, and the upper and lower back.
  • 8 Key Acupuncture Points
  • Eight Shaolin Nei Gong and Sinew Strengthening Exercises
  • Functional Anatomy that Directly Relates to the Tui Na techniques.

TTN 2: Treating the Back and Lower Limb

TTN 2: Treating the Back and Lower Limb continues where TTN1 left off by presenting a global approach to treating problems of the low back, hip, knee, ankle, and foot. New techniques are added to the back protocol learned in TNN1, so that students can more effectively treat various kinds of back pain and lower limb conditions. Additional hand techniques are added and more advanced Zheng Gu techniques for the back, sacro-iliac joints, hip, knee and ankle will also be explored in detail.

Nine key acupuncture points will be introduced as part of the basic protocols. Basic principles of treating the lower limb will be explained and practiced and students will learn how to modify a basic lower limb protocol to treat different conditions, such as sacroiliac problems and hip pain, bursitis of the hip and knee, patellar syndrome, torn ligaments in the knee, shin splints, Achilles tendonitis, ankle sprains, plantar fascitis, and more. Students will review the Seven Shaolin Nei Gong Exercises and learn Tian Gan (“Heavenly Stem”) Nei Gong, a set of exercises that regulate the spine and the Du Meridian so energy can be transmitted smoothly to the arms and hands.

Prerequisites: TTN 1 Essential Principles & Protocols: The Back Protocol

You Will Learn:

  • Seven Intermediate Hand Techniques and Variations on Rolling: Round Rubbing, Dredging, Shaking, Hammering, Digging, Scrubbing, Squeezing, Shanghai Rolling and One Knuckle Rolling
  • Advanced Techniques for Treatment of Back Pain
  • Protocols for Treating the Lower Limb
  • How to Modify Lower Limb Techniques to Adapt to Different Conditions and Clinical Situations
  • Advanced Zheng Gu Techniques for the Back
  • Zheng Gu Techniques for the Lower Limb
  • 15 Key Acupuncture Points
  • Functional Anatomy that Directly Relates to the Tui Na Techniques
  • Tian Gan (“Heavenly Stem”) Nei Gong

 

TTN 3: Treating the Neck and Upper Limb

Treating the neck and upper limb can be challenging due to complex, interconnected and highly mobile structure of these areas. Many of the principles learned in TTN 2 will be applied to understanding treatments of the neck and upper limb. In TTN3 Treating the Neck and Upper Limb, students will learn how to effectively treat neck pain and restriction, as well as upper limb conditions such as frozen shoulder, torn rotator cuff, tennis elbow, bicipital tendonitis, wrist pain, carpal tunnel, thumb and finger injuries, and trigger finger. Students will be introduced to last five of the 26 Tui Na Hand techniques, learn 13 key acupuncture points and practice integrated treatment protocols that include Zheng Gu methods of mobilizing and realigning the neck and upper limb. Standing Meditation (Zhan Zhuang) exercises will be introduced in order to further develop the internal alignment and the integrated intention and force necessary to correctly perform advanced Tui Na techniques.

Prerequisites: TTN 1 and TTN 2

You will learn:

  • Five Hand Techniques: Knocking, Wiping, Chopping, Dotting, and Vibrating
  • Principles, Techniques and Flexible Protocols for Treating Conditions of the Neck and Upper Limb
  • Zheng Gu Techniques of the Neck
  • Zheng Gu Techniques of the Upper Limb
  • Standing Meditation (Zhan Zhuang)
  • 13 Key Acupuncture Points
  • Functional Anatomy that Directly Relates to the Tui Na Techniques

 

TTN 4: Master Class – Advanced Tui Na & Zheng Gu Techniques

This Master Class introduces advanced concepts and techniques including the integration of visual assessment and Tui Na based diagnostic skills that are an extension of the Tui Na techniques. Emphasis will be on completely integrating Zheng Gu and Tui Na methods into a seamless whole, so that a diagnosis and treatment are completely interconnected and inseparable. Advanced Zheng Gu Techniques will be introduced along with more sophisticated application of Tui Na hand techniques. Three Key acupuncture points will also be discussed. Students will also review Tian Gan Nei Gong and Standing Meditation practices.

Prerequisites: TTN 1, TTN 2 and TTN3

You will learn:

  • Visual Assessment Skills
  • Tui Na Based Diagnosis
  • Integration of Treatment and Diagnosis
  • Advanced Zheng Gu Techniques
  • Advanced Applications of Tui Na Hand Techniques
  • 3 Key Acupuncture Points
  • Review of Tian Gan Nei Gong and Standing Meditation
  • Functional Anatomy that Directly Relates to the Tui Na Techniques

Sports & Orthopedic Acupuncture Seminars

These classes focus on practical clinical techniques based on both channel theory and anatomical needling, Students will learn needling methods, point prescriptions and needling techniques that have proven clinical efficacy in the treatment of Sports Injuries and Orthopedic Conditions. In all classes needle depth, angle of insertion, and needle manipulation will be demonstrated and practiced. These classes three classes can be taken independently and do not need to be taken in a specific order.

SOA1: Sports & Orthopedic Acupuncture – Neck & Upper Limb

This classes focuses on treating Sports Injuries and Orthopedic Conditions of the neck and upper limb. Students will learn needling methods, point prescriptions and needling techniques that have proven clinical efficacy. Emphasis will be on the importance of palpation and anatomical needling, including the importance of using specific angles of insertion and needle manipulations to generate palpable therapeutic effects. All techniques will be demonstrated and practiced

You will learn:

  • Techniques of anatomical needling for the neck and upper limb.
  • How to  insert needles correctly, with proper placement and depth.
  • Treatment protocols and principles for the orthopedic conditions of the neck and arm, including needling in accordance with local anatomy.
  • How to manipulate the needle to achieve different therapeutic effects
  • How to combine Orthopedic  Acupuncture with other therapeutic modalities.

Sports & Orthopedic Acupuncture – Neck & Upper Limb is  NCCAOM approved for 14 CEUs

 

SOA2: Sports & Orthopedic Acupuncture – Back & Lower Limb

This classes focuses on treating Sports Injuries and Orthopedic Conditions of the back and lower limb. Students will learn needling methods, point prescriptions and needling techniques that have proven clinical efficacy. Emphasis will be on the importance of anatomical needling, including the importance of using specific angle of insertions and manipulation to generate therapeutic effect. All techniques will be demonstrated and practiced.

You Will Learn:

  • Techniques of anatomical needling for the back and lower limb.
  • How to  insert needles correctly, with proper placement and depth.
  • Treatment protocols and principles for various  orthopedic conditions of the back and lower limb, including needling in accordance with local anatomy.
  • How to manipulate the needle to achieve different therapeutic effects
  • How to combine Orthopedic  Acupuncture with other therapeutic modalities.

Sports & Orthopedic Acupuncture – Back & Lower Limb  is  NCCAOM approved for 14 CEUs

 

SOA3: Sports & Orthopedic Acupuncture – Needling Channels & Collaterals

In this class, students will explore using the channels and collaterals in the treatment of Sports Injuries and Orthopedic Conditions. General theory and specific in treating in General Theories, treatment strategies and point categories and combinations will be covered, including the use of gate points, harmonizing the Qi Dynamic, Triple Heater regulatory treatments and the use of the Sinew, Divergent and Luo channels. Palpation, needle manipulation and practical application of these methods will be demonstrated and practiced.

You Will Learn:

  • How to visually inspect and palpate the channels and collaterals in order to illicit useful clinical information.
  • How  to direct Qi sensation through the channels and collaterals.
  • How  to effectively use the Divergent, Luo and Sinew channels to treat orthopedic conditions.
  • How to to effectively perform Triple Heater Regulatory treatments.
  • How to treat dysfunctions in the Qi Dynamic.
  • Principles of Global Treatment – tying together orthopedic and constitutional treatments.

Sports & Orthopedic Acupuncture – Needling Channels & Collaterals is NCCAOM approved for 14 CEUs

 

Cranio-Sacral Therapy from a Chinese Medicine Perspective

Cranio-Sacral Therapy is an Osteopathic technique in which gentle manipulation of the cranial bones and the “Cranial Rhythm” is used to balance and regulate the body. Cranio-Sacral work is the therapy of choice for head injuries, TMJ, trauma from dental surgery and many kinds of bony and membranous restrictions that affect brain and spinal function. This class covers the key aspects of Cranio-Sacral therapy in an hands-on course aimed at producing clinical skills that are immediately practical in a clinical setting. Students will learn a basic 12 Step Protocol for assessing and treating the movement of the Eight Cranial Bones. They will also learn how to work with the facial bones, teeth and hard palate. Connections will be made between Cranio-Sacral work and theories of traditional Chinese medicine. Relationships to acupuncture points and Tui Na techniques will also be discussed. Students will learn and practice Qi Cultivation Nei Gong which enhances one’s ability to engage with the Qi Dynamic and sense and regulate the body’s internal structures.

Cranio-Sacral Therapy from a Chinese Medicine Perspective is a 3-day seminar. 

Prerequisites: None

Cranio-Sacral Therapy from a Chinese Medicine Perspective is NCCAOM & NCBTMB approved for 14 CEUs
Also approved for NY State LMT’s

You Will Learn:

  • How to Sense and Rebalance the Cranial Rhythm
  • How to Release Restrictions in the Thoracic Outlet, Diaphragm and Pelvic Floor
  • Detection and Release of Vertical and Horizontal Strains in the Membranes and Tissues
  • A 12 Step Protocol for Balancing the Cranial Rhythm and the Eight Cranial Bones
  • Balancing and Manipulating the Nasal Bones and Facial Bones
  • Release of Restrictions in the Hard Palate