STEPHEN BIRCH / SHONISHIN – Japanese Acupuncture for Children / Feb 2021 – POSTPONED

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POSTPONED

STEPHEN BIRCH / SHONISHIN – Japanese Acupuncture for Children
Dates :
Saturday 20th February 2021 to Thursday 23rd February 2021 (4 days)
Venue : Saumane-de-Vaucluse (FR-84800)
Programme :
Japanese Meridian therapy (Keiraku Chiryo), abdominal palpation, pulse diagnosis
– Shonishin
Theory and practice.

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STEPHEN BIRCH / SHONISHIN – Japanese Acupuncture for Children
PhD, LicAc (USA), MBAcC (UK), lid NVA (Holland)
Associate Professor at Kristiania University College, Oslo, Norway

Aut
hor of Shonishin (Thieme Medical Publishers)
Co-aut
hor of : Extraordinary Vessels (1986), Hara Diagnosis: Reflections on the Sea (1988), Japanese Acupuncture (1998), Understanding Acupuncture (1999) et Restoring Order in Health and Chinese Medicine (2014).
Dates :
Saturday 20th February 2021 to Thursday 23rd February 2021 (4 days)
Venue : Saumane-de-Vaucluse (FR-84800)
Programme :
1) Meridian therapy
1. Basic theories of Meridian Therapy
2. Meridian Therapy treatment principles
3. Treatment techniques

2) Abdominal diagnosis – Hara and Pulse applied to children

3) Shonishin
Introduction
History and theory

1. Treatment principles and tools of treatment
1.1. General considerations in the treatment of children
1.2. Dosage
1.3. Assessing changes, recognizing and correcting problems of overdose
1.4. Basic Shonishin treatment tools

2. Root treatment approaches and techniques
2.1. The core treatment model
2.2. Home treatment and parental participation
2.3. Pattern-based root treatment

3. Meridian Therapy applied to children
3.1. Diagnosis to select the primary pattern in children
3.2. Diagnosis to select additional steps of root treatment
3.3. Modifying point selection for treatment of the primary patterns
3.4. Treatment methods in Meridian Therapy
3.5. Treatment technique with spring-loaded Teishin
3.6. Point location
3.7. Five phase correspondences and clinical practice
3.8. Assessing treatment effectiveness

4. Symptomatic treatment approaches and techniques
4.1. Moxibustion (okyu, chinetsukyu)
4.2. Cupping
4.3. 7 Points location

5. Treatment of specific problems
5.1. Respiratory problems
5.2. Skin disease
5.3. Digestive problems
5.4. Behavioral, sleep problems
5.5. Urinary disturbances
5.6. Ear and nose problems
5.7. Developmental problems
5.8. Weak constitution
5.9. Recurrent infections
5.10. Improving vitality
5.11. Others

Theory and hands-on practice.