Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Courses for Acupuncturists and TCM Practitioners.
Applied Channel Theory workshop
One-Day Introductory Technique Review followed by Two-Day Advanced Class
Dates: Friday 20th, Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd October 2017
Times: morning 9am- 1pm; afternoon 2pm- 5pm
Location: Ardboyne Hotel, Dublin Road, Navan, Co. Meath, Ireland
We negotiated a special rate, please contact us if you wish to stay at the hotel.
Instructor: Jason D. Robertson
Early bird (until 31st July): €360
Full Fee (3 days): €395
Advanced course (2 days – day 2 and day 3): €295
Requirements for the seminar:
- For Introductory course: Read Applied Channel Theory in Chinese Medicine by Pr. Wang Ju-Yi and Jason Robertson
- For Day 2 and Day 3: having completed Day 1 or an introductory course previously.
Information and registration:
Mobile: +353 (0)834029467
- Channel Theory and Palpation with Dr. Wang Ju-Yi, 14th-19th June 2013 and 21st- 26th June 2013
Dr. Wang, co-author of the acclaimed Applied Channel Theory in Chinese Medicine (Eastland Press, 2008), returned to Dublin in June 2013 for two courses on Channel Theory and Palpation.
- Introduction and Practice of Channel Theory and Palpation with Dr. Wang Ju-Yi, 22nd–25th June 2012
This one Pr. Wang Ju-Yi’s first visit to Dublin. He was accompanied by Mei Li who was his apprentice and translator.
Here are a few feedbacks from the 4-day course:
“The course was probably the most beneficial 4 days training I have had since graduating in 2008!…..Like Dr Wang said, there comes a point when you ask yourself “Why does it sometimes work and sometimes not?” and his methods have already helped my diagnosis and achievement of much better results.”
“Thank you for arranging the wonderful 4 days with Dr. Wang. I really enjoyed it, and my teacher said it was one of the nicest courses she had during her 25 years of practicing acupuncture… It was cosy, intensive, informative and to me really a relief to get away from the herbalist style acupuncture formulas.”
“I really appreciated Dr Wang and Mei Li’s willingness to just share their incredible knowledge and experience with us so openly and with good humour. Mei Li is just great!….In terms of actual teaching, the schedule of breaks, shorter and often, really suited me as well….In terms of organising: first of all, three cheers for the organiser because that’s quite a job. It all went pretty smoothly”