Classical Tui Na 2020
Classical Tui Na 2020
February 8, 2020 @ 9:00 am - February 9, 2020 @ 5:00 pm EST$1500
This course is designed to provide the practitioner with the practical knowledge and skill to administer Tui Na therapy as an independent and complete treatment modality. This course is divided into three modules: the back; the neck and upper limbs; and the back and lower limbs. While together these three parts serve as integrated regulatory treatment for the whole body, they can also be used independently. Performing the full-body sequence enables the practitioner to learn both fundamental and advanced hand techniques in the context of an actual treatment.
For those familiar with the Zheng Gu Tui Na system, this course is an evolution of material from that program. The seven courses have been re-designed into three modules that cover both fundamental and advanced techniques, reflecting the natural diagnostic and therapeutic progression that would unfold in clinical practice.
Module 1: February 8-9, 2020
The key element in this sequence is what we refer to as the Back Protocol, which ties together the three parts of the full-body sequence. Fundamental and advanced techniques will be presented alongside discussions of anatomy and body mechanics to deepen the practitioner’s understanding of treatment and strategy. More in-depth explanations of the treatment of the upper and lower limbs will be presented in Modules 2 and 3.
Module 2: May 16-17, 2020
This course introduces Advanced Tui Na techniques for mobilization of the Neck and Upper Limb. Building on the concepts and techniques introduced in the previous Module 1, various hand techniques are combined to create an integrated approach to joint and limb structural and channel alignment. Participants will learn effective treatment protocols and strategies, as well as best-use practices and contraindications.
Module 3: September 19th-20th, 2020
This course introduces Advanced Tui Na techniques for mobilization of the Back and Lower Limb. Building on the concepts and techniques introduced in the previous Modules 1 and 2, various hand techniques are combined to create an integrated approach to joint and limb structural channel alignment. Participants will learn effective treatment protocols and strategies, as well as best-use practices and contraindications.
Instructor: Dr. Frank Butler, DCOM
Date: Saturdays and Sundays, February 8th and 9th; May 15th and 16th; September 19th-20th
Cost: $1800; $1500 for early-bird registration
14 NCCAOM Professional Development points awarded upon completion.
Please call 212-945-7300 or E-mail: email@example.com for more information
More about the Instructor:
Dr. Frank Butler, DACM is an internationally renowned scholar, clinician, and educator of Chinese Medicine. He is an expert in Orthopedics/Trauma Medicine and is one of the only modern-day physicians who has been educated through a traditional apprenticeship – a disciple of Ken Ark Fung Gong, disciple of Ou Young De Fei. Dr. Butler regularly mentors others in the profession on complex and difficult to treat cases, as well as lecturing all over the world on Chinese Medicine on orthopedics, acupuncture, and herbal medicine.