Dynamic 4 Needles 5 Elements

This simple acupuncture technique is based on the Korean Four Needle Sa'am System. It uses few points, relies on instant patient-feedback and leads to immediate treatment results. It can be learned easily and applied the next day in clinical practice.

This course at a glance

Date: 

23./24.11.2019

Day/Time: 

Sa./So., 9:00–17:00

Hours: 

14 hours

Teacher: 

Jonathan Shubs

 

Language: 

English

Cost:

CHF 450.–

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About this course

Verify your diagnosis, use few points, get instant feedback on the efficacy of your treatment and have the patient feel involved in their own treatment: Using this dynamic 5 element theory and simple needle techniques  lead to excellent clinical results.

This course uses Sa’am’s Korean 4 Needle acupuncture method to tonify, disperse, warm, or cool any meridian in the body. By only using 4 needles (2 on each side of the body), the practitioner can initiate very powerful changes in the body. In adding abdominal palpation, the acupuncturist can make a very precise diagnosis and also receive instant feedback to the effectiveness of their treatments. This course consists of the following:

  • An explanation of traditional 5 element points in the body and their use in a dynamic system

  • Method of selection and step by step systematic understanding of how to choose the 4 needles.

  • Abdominal palpation for precise diagnosis and instant feedback

«Jonathan Shubs has a very warm manner and a genuine interest in passing on his knowledge. He was very aware and sensitive to the needs of the group.

Elaine Y., Participant

About the Teacher

Geboren in Toronto, Kanada. TCM-Studium am Institut Shao Yang in Lyon, Frankreich. Spezialisierung in Japanischer, Koreanischer und Fünf-Elemente-Akupunktur. Jonathan Shubs hat sich auch mit Tai Qi und Qi Gong auseinandergesetzt. Zuerst in Toronto unter Prof. Sifu Philip Mo, später bei Prof. Zhi-Zhong Wang in Beijing und Prof. Mingchun Mao von der Shanxi University in Taiyuan. Führt eine TCM-Praxis in Lausanne.

Jonathan Shubs

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