2 Day Course
with Ethics and Sustainable Natural Therapy Business
4 hours Lecture
Saturday and Sunday 9:30am to 4:30pm
Monthly or request basis
Participant minimum number:
minimum 2 and strictly up to 8 participants
Who should attend:
Acupuncturists, Chinese herbal medicine practitioners
Upon completing this course, participants should be able to;
apply knowledge and methods of Integrative Acupuncture in the participant's current acupuncture practice
plan each session and perform treatments with Integrative Acupuncture
perform professionally evidence-based posture analysis and Hara diagnosis
apply various needling techniques of acupuncture practiced in Japan
distinguish and perform Ki and/or Blood-regulating treatments
recognise mind-body connection and feedback to their clients
understand the ethical issues of continuous fertility support
apply simple physical examination methods to evaluate if the client's abdominal circulation got improved
build ethically sustainable natural therapy business supporting fertility and IVF
Day 1 Part 1
a. Acupuncture practiced in Japan
b. Differences between TCM approach and Japanese approach
c. Integrative Acupuncture and its treatment process
d. Posture analysis, Pulse & Hara Diagnosis
f. Intervention/treatment: Ki氣 regulation
g. Intervention/treatment: Ki-blood regulation
h. Intervention/treatment: Local treatment for common issues
j. Communication with clients (Psychology) to find root causes and how you instantly build clientele
a. Set up environment for a session
b. Professionally evidence-based practice
c. Building up and bringing Ki energy effectively
d. Required needles for Integrative Acupuncture
a) Methods and techniques of acupuncture practiced in Japan, according to the tool/needle
b) Overall procedures of an Integrative Acupuncture session: diagnosis to evaluation
c) Questions & Answers
Day 2 Part 1 (continued)
4) Review Day 1 and practice
5) Ideas to merge Integrative Acupuncture into your current acupuncture practice
Day 2 Part 2
6) Ethics and sustainable natural therapy business
Presenter of this lecture questions about acupuncture and/or herbs to support fertility including IVF. In which way practitioners know their single or a series of consultation/s or treatment/s work for the client? She suggests both patient-subjective and professionally evidence-based practice should be performed to evaluate the effectiveness of a single consultation/treatment.
She will demonstrate some examples of physical examination to assess if the client's abdominal circulation has improved, according to her 10 years of clinical experience to support fertility.
She also questions another issue: when your consultation should be ceased? Do you tell your patients who are under IVF treatments need to take continuous sessions/herbs? How long? Until they get pregnant or voluntarily give up treatments?
Investment (course fee):
2 day course: $680 (+GST)
4 hours lecture only: $230 (+GST)
Contact hours and AHPRA CPD points:
12 hours (8hrs for Part 1, 4hrs for Part 2)
AHPRA 8 CPD points + 4 CPD points for professional issues
ATMS 12 CPE points
ATMS accredited member since 2004
Please click here for her details
Bachelor of Arts Human Sciences (Waseda Uni, Japan), Advanced Diploma (equivalent) of Anma-Shiatsu-Massage and Acupuncture (Hanada College, Japan), AHPRA Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner, Toyohari (East Asian Needle Therapy) 3 years course diploma, Certificate IV in Aromatherapy (ACNT), Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (RMIT), Diploma of Nursing (ACU)
Course fees are non-refundable unless written cancellation notice is received 14 days prior to course commencement.
Please note deposit ($100) is required to secure your place and this is non-refundable.
No refund of fees will be given if an enrolment is cancelled within 14 days of course commencement.
If the course is cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances, a full refund will apply.