Intro to Korean hand therapy
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Anahata Health Clinic, 119-120 Edward St, Brighton BN2 0JL
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A concise introduction to KHT which includes theory and practice
Speaker(s): Jong Baik Dip Ac Dip KHT Ac BA MSc PhD DAc (Doctor of Acupuncture) is an established lecturer with an enthusiastic, intense and also relaxed style of teaching. He specialises in Micro Acupuncture Systems- KHT (Korean Hand Acupuncture Therapy), Auricular (E Chim & Ear Reflex Zone Therapy), Sujok (Korean Hand & Foot Acupuncture), Eye Acupuncture, Nose Acupuncture. He is qualified in Sinology including Chinese Classics (including the Yijing, Nanjing, Huangdi Neijing). He specialises in Micro Acupuncture Systems particularly Korean Hand Acupuncture Therapy (KHT). He studied under the originator of KHT, Dr Tae Woo Yoo, for many years and gained a Diploma in Korean Hand Therapy. He regularly returns back to South Korea to lecture at the KHT headquarters and KHT international conventions. He apprenticed under various TCM, KHT and Auricular masters in South Korea, and has deep knowledge of both TCM and Five Element Acupuncture (Sa am Acupuncture). Jong has been a visiting lecturer for both Coventry University and the University of Wales. He is now a visiting professor at Southern California University School of Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture. He currently has two published books: 'Korean Hand Therapy: An Introductory Guide to Hand Acupuncture, Acupressure and Moxibustion' and 'The Three Treasures: An Exploration of Jing, Qi and Shen Focusing on Huangdi Neijing'. He has also worked as part of a palliative care team in a hospice in Darlington for 14 years.
Korean Hand Therapy (KHT) is a great addition to standard treatment, can be used quickly and easily also in emergency situations and is an impressive stand-alone therapy. This is a concise introduction to KHT which includes theory and practice in a packed day, giving you the basics you can apply immediately in your clinic. You will learn: Introduction to Micro Systems What is Korean Hand Therapy (KHT)? Main KHT Theories KHT Treatment Techniques The history of KHT Possible mechanisms underlying KHT Precautions and Contraindication we will fully cover Correspondence Theory and introduces Micro Meridian Theory How to formulate a KHT treatment for a range of symptoms Supervised practice sessions
FacilitiesToilets, disabled access
Book online at http://www.acupuncturecpd.co.uk/intro-to-korean-hand-therapy.html
Entry requirements: Qualified acupuncture practitioners as well as acupuncture, herbal medicine students. Max. 12 spaces
£100 (£180 for whole weekend)