MORE TRAINING IN THE TUNG TRADITION
Classical Chinese Handacupunctur in the Tung family style
Classical Chinese Hand Acupuncture – The Tung Family Tradition
The Tung family lineage is a classical method of acupuncture dating back to the Han dynasty. One of the unique and special features of Tung’s system is that different areas of the body are used as microsystems that can treat the entire body. While most acupuncturists are familiar with hand microsystems such as Korean hand acupuncture, few are aware of classical Chinese hand acupuncture systems such as Tung’s. This course will introduce the essential concepts of Tung’s approach to treatment with a focus on the hand microsystem in managing a wide range of conditions including both pain management and internal medicine. We will cover essential Tung’s points on the hand that yield immediate results, and can be used either as a stand alone approach, or combined with other systems of acupuncture.
Bloodletting in Tung’s Acupuncture
Bloodletting therapy, which works to remove internal and external disruptions to the system through the withdrawal of small quantities of blood, has numerous benefits, especially concerning the treatment of complex or chronic disease. Master Tung’s bleeding technique is a specialized approach that can yield dramatically effective results when the patient’s condition has been properly diagnosed and the therapeutic technique is correctly performed. Join Dr. Henry McCann, author of Pricking the Vessels: Bloodletting Therapy in Chinese Medicine, as he shares how and when to correctly perform bloodletting techniques.
In this course, Dr. McCann shares the theory and functions of bloodletting and provides detailed instructions on its clinical uses. In addition, he will clarify the fundamental Chinese medical theory related to blood and the network vessels, and provide an in-depth discussion on the benefits of and practice guidelines for bloodletting.
Tung’s Essential Points for Gynecology
Master Tung’s system of unique extra points is famous for its clinical efficacy, its simple needle techniques, and use of minimal points even in complex and chronic conditions. While most acupuncturists associate Tung’s acupuncture with pain management, it is equally effective in internal medicine, especially the management of women’s health.
In this course, Dr. McCann, co-author with Dr. Hans-Georg Ross of Practical Atlas of Tung’s Acupuncture, shares the top Tung points used for gynecology that yield results with conditions such as irregular menses, dysmenorrhea, infertility, disorders of the breast, spontaneous habitual miscarriage, and other problems related to women’s health. Detailed descriptions of Master Tung’s point locations, functions, and indications will be covered in this course, as well as basic theory, needle technique, and clinical strategy.
The course documents are in English language.
Detailed timetable for the seminarClick here for more details
Friday, 07.09.2019 (10.00-18.00 o‘clock) – 8×45 minutes
10.00-10.45: History and Overview of Tung’s Acupuncture
10.45-11.30: Essential Theory for Tung’s Acupuncture
11.45-13.00: Points on the First/Second Fingers
14.30-15.15: Points on the Third/Fourth Fingers
15.15-16.00: Points on the Thumb
16.15-17.00: Points on the Hand
17.00-18.00: Points on the Hand (continued); Q&A
Saturday, 08.09.2019 (10.00-18.00 o‘clock) – 8×45 minutes
Essential Points for Gynaecology and pregnancy
10.00-10.45: Review of Theory with focus on Distal Imaging
10.45-11.30: Theory continued and Essential Dao Ma Groups for the five zang
11.45-13.00: Main points used for Gynaecology and pregnancy on the upper extremities
14.30-15.15: Main points for Gynaecology and pregnancy on the upper extremities (continued) with point location practice
15.15-16.00: Main points for Gynaecology and pregnancy on the lower extremities
16.15-17.00: Main points for Gynaecology and pregnancy on the lower extremities (contined)
17.00-18.00: Review, practice point location, Q&A
Sunday, 09.09.2019 (09.00-16.00 o‘clock) – 7×45 minutes
Bloodletting in Tung’s Acupuncture
09.00-09.45: History of Bloodletting in Chinese Medicine
09.45-10.30: Basic Theory of Bloodletting
10.45-11.30: Bloodletting points on the posterior trunk
11.30-12.15: Bloodletting points on the anterior trunk and simplified areas
13.15-14.00: Bloodletting zones of the lower extremities
14.00-14.45: Other essential points for bloodletting
14.45-16.00: Other essential points for bloodletting and questions
Knowledge of acupuncture
All participants will receive a certificate of the “Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Klassische Akupunktur und TCM e.V.”
The course will be in English with a translation into German.
Henry McCann, DAOM, LAc,
published together with Dr. Hans-Georg Ross the “Practical Atlas of Tung’s Acupuncture”. He is the author of “Pricking the Vessels: Bloodletting Therapy in Chinese Medicine”. Dr. McCann graduated from the New England School of Acupuncture and obtained a PhD in women’s health and geriatric medicine from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine. Dr. McCann teaches regularly in the US and Europe. In addition he is also the lineholder in 12th generation of Chen Taijiquan and lineholder in the 3rd generation of Hunyuan Taijiquan, as well as lineholder of a daoistic Neigong system.
Frankfurter Str. 59
63067 Offenbach, entrance in the yard to the right, 3rd floor
Tel: 069 / 82 36 14 17, Fax: 069 / 82 36 17 49
07th – 9th September, 2018
Friday: 10.00 – 18.00
Saturday: 10.00 – 18.00
Sunday: 09.00 – 16.00
Credit points: 23
Course fee: 540 €
AGTCM-Members: 432 €
TCM Fachverband Schweiz-members: 486 €
Please register by 20.08.2018