July 2020 update: Zang Fu Tui Na in Seattle has been postponed due to COVID.
Zang Fu Tui Na is a unique approach to the practice of Chinese Medicine offering a direct, hands-on method of diagnosing organ imbalances, while simultaneously eliciting effective, immediate and profound changes in the body. 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 can literally double your clinical effectiveness and diagnostic ability.
Hear Tom Bisio talk about Zang Fu Tui Na in this informative interview
hosted by SIEAM Academic Dean, Kathy Taromina
Zang Fu Tui Na teaches methods of regulating not only the function of the internal organs (Zang Fu), but the whole body through direct and indirect energetic visceral mobilization techniques.
Did you know that chronic shoulder and neck pain often comes from restrictions in the fascia around the internal organs?
In the Zang Fu Tui Na series, students simultaneously learn four interconnected perspectives in relation to the internal organs and their fascial connections:
- Nei Gong and Daoist Meditation
- Chinese Medicine Zang Fu Organ Theory
- Western Anatomy and Physiology
- Jing Luo (Meridian) Theory and Acupuncture Points
Students will learn two complete Qi Gong methods that facilitate deeper understandings of the Organs and their Qi Dynamic.
For a complete ZFTN course description: CLICK HERE
All classes taught by Tom Bisio.
Zang Fu Tui Na is only offered as a package of 4 weekend seminars.
Zang Fu Tui Na is NCCAOM & NCBTMB approved for 64 CEUs. Also approved for NY State LMT’s.
Sat. September 26: 10am – 6pm
Sun. September 27: 9am – 5pm
Fri. Nov 13: 1pm – 5pm
Sat. Nov 14: 10am – 6pm
Sun. Nov 15: 9am – 5pm
Fri. January 15: 1pm – 5pm
Sat. January 16: 10am – 6pm
Sun. January 17: 9am – 5pm
Sat. March 20: 10am – 6pm
Sun.March 21: 9am – 5 pm