February 23-24, 2019
Kiiko Matsumoto Miami Seminar
Hotel Colonnade, Miami, FL
Topic: Dysautonomia & “Gui” Theory
More information and registration:
Engaging Vitality: 3-part Fundamentals Course Series
A Palpation-based Approach to more Effectively Work with Qi
Instructors: Dan Bensky, Marguerite Dinkins & Rayén Antón
Location: Portland, OR
Tuition: $1,600 (Professionals), $1,300 (Students/Full time Faculty)
CEU credits: 45.5 NCCAOM & CA PDAs (Pending)
Registration refund policy:
90% refund applied if request received greater than 2-weeks from date of event
No refunds if cancellation received within 2-weeks of event*
April 6-7, 2019
Japanese Moxa Workshop
Instructor: Dr. Yuki Itaya, DAOM
CAB - 14 CE hours (9am-5pm)
Point of Life Acupuncture, San Francisco, Ca
In this course, you will have the amazing opportunity to learn a highly-effective Japanese moxibustion system developed by Koshiishi Sensei. Yuki is the only authorized teacher to teach this system outside of Japan.
Koshiishi-kyu is a style of Japanese direct moxibustion that is mostly known for its extremely calming effect and transformative clinical efficacy. Yuki will cover treatment strategies for a variety of different issues and imbalances, as well as how to practice moxa safely so that your treatments are successful. She will also share some of her clinical experiences and cases and provide treatment demonstrations.
This hands-on course will give you with practical skills that you will be able to use right away. We hope to see you!
May 17-19, 2019
Shakuju Therapy Seminar
Eastern Medicinal Therapies Education Center is delighted to host Shakuju Master Sensei Osamu Hara and Satoshi Nakaya, following the legacy of internationally renowned teacher and founder of SJT Master Shoji Kobayashi Sensei.
Event Location: Sandywoods Farm
43 Muse Way, Tiverton, RI 02878
23 NCCAOM PDAs
To learn more and register: www.EasternMedicinalTherapies.com
May 18-19, 2019
Victoria Sotai Seminar
Basic sequence and applications
With Stephen Brown & Rande Lucas
This seminar will cover the fundamental principles and basic Sotai sequence
Early Bird: Professional $350; student $300 USD Before March 15, 2019
For information email
September 2018-August 2019
Traditional Japanese Acupuncture: Post-Graduate Certificate Course: Three-day weekends once a month, at Tri-State College of Acupuncture in New York City
300 hours of hands-on and clinically-focused training.
Study with: T. Koei Kuwahara, Stephen Brown, Hideo Takahashi, Jeffrey Dann, Bob Quinn, Takahiro Funamizu, Junji Mizutani, Atsuki Maeda and Mark Petruzzi.
Hari Core Fundamentals Series in Boston begins November 2019
Hari is a highly refined form of Classical Japanese Meridian Therapy, that seeks to balance the body’s ki, thereby addressing the root cause of disease and most effectively treating the presenting symptoms. Practitioners of this style train to develop an extraordinary ability to perceive ki through the practice of ki diagnosis, pulse-quality feedback, and non-insertive needle techniques.
Instructor T. Koei Kuwahara graduated from the Tokyo Therapeutic Institute (TTI) in 1979, followed by five years apprenticeship under Kodo Fukushima, renowned master and developer of the Toyo Hari system. Mr. Kuwahara has continued to develop the Hari (Kototama) style of acupuncture. He has 45 years of Aikido experience, and maintains a private practice in Watertown, MA.
Full course: Six, two-day classes; one weekend per month, beginning November 9, 2019. Cost: $2100.00, professionals; $1800.00, students; 1/2 tuition re-take for Hari Society Members. Open Sundays focus on advanced support systems - no theory required. Please visit the following sites for all course options, details and registration info.
Member requests for event postings can be e-mailed in the above format to Brent at the following e-mail: najommoxa at gmail dot com.
New Online Directory
Sayoshi.com Launches New Online Directory For Japanese-Style Acupuncture Practitioners Worldwide
Practitioners will get a listing and a professional looking profile in the directory, publish, read, and comment on articles about Japanese acupuncture, join forums to ask the community questions and contribute to
hariwiki, the Sayoshi online knowledge base for all things to do with Japanese acupuncture.
Contact Information: Oran Kivity - email@example.com
December 2-3, 2017
Deepening Daishi Shonihari: Delving into Japanese Pediatric Acupuncture
Sensei T. Koei Kuwahara, LAc
Location: OCOM 75 NW Couch St., Portland, OR 97209
$335 (Professionals), $255 (Students), *Early Bird Rate Expires 11/1/2017 - $395/$285
13 NCCAOM & CA PDAs (Approved)
Register at https://www.pdxtjmseminars.com/registration
February 3-4, 2018
Japanese Moxa Workshop by Junji Mizutani in AIMC Berkeley
Pending CAB - 14 CE hours (9am-5pm)
Location: 2550 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley CA 94704
General: $400, AIMC Alumni: $325, AOM Student: $250
In this course you will learn direct moxibustion, a traditional and comfortable style of moxibustion treatment commonly used in Japan. This hands-on course that will provide you with practical skills in two days. Covers moxibustion theory and physiology and how to practice safe, comfortable and effective treatment directly on the whole body. Junji will demonstrate all techniques and there will be time for practice and questions. He will cover a variety of treatment strategies, local, whole body (Sawada-style), special effect points, autonomic nervous system balancing, needle and moxa combinations. There will be a special focus on gynecological disorders. He will share some of his clinical experience and cases and will provide treatment demonstrations.
February 24-25, 2018
Vancouver Sotai Seminar
Basic sequence and applications: Stephen Brown & Rande Lucas
This seminar will cover the fundamental principles and basic sequence of Sotai Therapy
Early Bird: Professional $350; student $300 USD before January 15, 2018
For information: email SotaiUSA@gmail.com
Register via PayPal link at Sotai.US
March 24-25, 2018
2-Day Intro to Kiiko Matsumoto-style Acupuncture
Instructor: Grace Rollins
Location: Miami, FL
Details & Registration: yuyaosociety.com
April 7-8, 2018
Taiji Teishin Therapy
Instructor: Tisha Mallon, L.Ac., Dipl.Ac. www.tishamallon.com
Location: Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine College, Berkeley, California
Using a simplified approach to teaching Shakujyu (SJT) fundamental theory and clinical applications, this class will help students learn to diagnose and treat patients using an understanding of the physics and East Asian Medicine principles up which SJT is based. Both students and licensed practitioners are welcome to participate. Non-insertive teishin needles will be used.
Space is limited, so register early at www.aimc.edu/workshops-events
May 4 , 5 & 6, 2018
Shudo style Seminar in Seattle with Murata Morhiro & Stephen Brown
Shudo sensei’s top students will cover the principles and clinical applications of Shudo style Meridian Therapy
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org to get on mailing list
June 9 & 10, 2018
Kiiko Matsumoto's Philadelphia Seminar
Followed by KMS Hands-on Review Workshop with Grace Rollins on June 11
Info and Registration: yuyaosociety.com
August 10-12, 2018
WISDOM OF THE CLASSICS 2018
Pulse And Syndrome Patterns With Masakazu Ikeda
(With interpretation by Edward Obaidey)
21 CEU credits
Location: Bond University, Queensland, Australia
During his final and 28th international workshop, Ikeda sensei will assist participants to truly understand and use what they feel in the pulse. He will be focusing on the clinical relevance of the Ancient Chinese Medical Texts by exploring pulse diagnosis as a central theme.He will be focusing on the clinical relevance of the Ancient Chinese Medical Texts by exploring pulse diagnosis as a central theme of this workshop. Topics covered will include:
** Members can send workshop submissions in the above format to Brent at curlewbird8 @ gmail. com **