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November 2021

Tung’s Points Beginning Series (Weekend 3 of 3)

November 6 - November 7
via Zoom

The Master Tung’s Magic Points Beginning series, taught by Susan Johnson, is a three-weekend course designed to immerse practitioners in this profound system of acupuncture. This is Susan's first time teaching the full three-weekend series in several years. The three weekends comprise a complete beginning course, and are intended to be taken as a series (although they may be taken individually): June 19-20 Aug 21-22 Nov 6-7 Students are encouraged to participate in all three weekends for the maximum experience, but…

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February 2022

Diseases and Point Combinations (Zoom)

February 5, 2022 @ 9:00 am - February 6, 2022 @ 5:00 pm
via Zoom

In this advanced course, Susan Johnson discusses various clinical applications of Tung's Points. For those that are new to Tung's Points, you may want to take the Beginning Series beforehand, but it is not absolutely necessary, and not required. Please click the link below for a detailed outline of topics and applications covered in this course. To register for this class or the package deal, go to the ILSA Website. Topics Covered HEADACHE Any kind of headache General headache Acute…

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March 2022

The Ancient Art of Cupping (Zoom)

March 19, 2022 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
via Zoom

Susan presents the Ancient Art of Cupping with the benefit of her numerous years in practice and years of synthesizing available information. She will begin with a lecture exploring and differentiating all the different styles of suction techniques, as well as gwa sha. She will then discuss at length the reasons for cupping, what the various shades of color on the skin mean, how to use cupping as a diagnostic tool, and how and why toxins build up in the…

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The Ancient Art of Bleeding (Zoom)

March 20, 2022 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
via Zoom

The Ancient Art of Bleeding is a cross-cultural modality used from time immemorial, in ancient Egypt, India, the Middle East and throughout all of Asia. In Chinese medicine, bleeding is commonly referred to as: pricking bleeding, micro-puncture, triangular needling or simply, blood-letting. This course is designed to explore: the origins of blood-letting; different styles and forms of bleeding; sterile technique and safety concerns; and to provide instruction on a wide variety of points that are bled for common ailments. This…

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