Lycium Fruit (Gou Qi Zi) is also known as the Chinese wolfberry, lycium comes from a medium-sized bush that is native to east Asia and Europe. In China, the best lycium grows and is cultivated in the Ningzia, Gansu and Qinghai provinces.
The fruit is bright red in appearance and about the size of a kidney bean. It is gathered during the summer, then dried in the shade. Lycium fruit contains a variety of chemicals and chemical compounds, including valine, glutamine, taurine, carotene, vitamins B1 and B2, vitamin C, and more than a dozen kinds of sterols.
Dr Manaka's Yin Yang Balancing Japanese Acupuncture Program
|Start Date||End date||Location||Web site|
|09/02/2013||24/11/2013||University of Westminster, London||http://www.japaneseacupuncturelondon.com|
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Speaker(s): Stephen Birch, Marian Fixler, Sue Pready, Marek Urbanowicz
- Stephen Birch PhD, MBAcC
- Marian Fixler Dip Ac, ClinAc (China) MBAcC
- Sue Pready Lic Ac, MBAcC
- Marek Urbanowicz Lic Ac, MBAcC
A comprehensive system of Japanese acupuncture taught over four weekends.
Dates are: 9th/10th February 2013
20/21st April 2013
5/6th October 2013
23/24th November 2013 The course is involves a good balance of theory and practice to give you confidence to use all the techniques taught in clinical practice.
Dr Manaka's Yin Yang balancing system uses the eight extraordinary vessels and polar channel pairs with ion pumping cords; open point therapy according to daily, ten-day and sixty-day cycles & additional patterns to address specific conditions.
An invaluable repertoire of clinical techniques including Japanese rice grain and cone moxa, microbleeding, intradermal needling, Sotai exercises for structural adjustment, channel stretching exercises, Manaka’s wooden needle & hammer to address symptoms
New palpation skills, diagnosing from the abdomen & superficial needling techniques.
For more information and to print the registration form, please go to:http://www.japaneseacupuncturelondon.com/japaneseacupuncturecourses.html
University of Westminster, London
Comprehensive handouts will be provided.
Refreshments are also provided.
For more information please go to:
or contact Marian Fixler at email@example.com
or call on 07966 411 582
Qualified practitioners of acupuncture
Early Bird fees are £720 for payment made before January 11th 2013. Payment thereafter £740. Payment by installments can be negotiated.