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Japanese Acupuncture Weekend Workshops With Paul Movsessian: Fertility

Sat 11 Jul 2009

Japanese Acupuncture and Moxibustion Strategies for Fertility

Revitalize your practice and expand your ability to help your patients

Date: Saturday 11th and Sunday 12 July. 9am – 5pm Daily

Location: Australian Shiatsu College, 103 Evans Street, Brunswick, Melbourne, 3056

Cost: $350 (inc GST)

Contact: Australian Shiatsu College, 9387 1161 info@australianshiatsucollege.com.au
www.australianshiatsucollege.com.au

More and more women are turning to IVF and artificial programs in the hope of becoming pregnant. These programs do not have a high success rate nor are they relaxing, comfortable or inexpensive for the participants. Japanese Acupuncture offers many alternative strategies in the treatment of gynecology and obstetrics. The participants will be exposed to various styles giving them an opportunity to broaden their choices in fertility management.

Written materials will be provided. Topics to be covered will be:

> Habitual miscarriage
> Menstruation Problems, PMS & Cramps
> Male impotence and sexual problems
> Hormonal and Nervous System Imbalance
> Fibroids & Cysts
> Endometriosis
> Fallopian Tube Inflammation
> San Jiao problems
> Blood stagnation patterns
> Home recommendations

As the workshop will involve as much hands-on practice as possible, the participants are required to have the following supplies:

> Acu-glide needles; Numbers 00 x 30, 0 x 30, 1 x 30 and 2 x 40
> Manaka Ion pumping cords
> Micropore white tape (white half inch)
> Intradermals 6mm and 3mm
> Scissors, tweezers and half inch skin colored micropore tape
> Alcohol wipes/swabs and cotton balls
> Gold grade moxa, incense sticks, lighter and moxa ring
> Semi pure grade moxa
> Point location marking pencil

About Paul Movsessian
After graduation Paul moved from Australia to the USA to further his studies. His interest was in the Japanese style of acupuncture where he trained under Stephen Birch and Junko Ida, learning the treatment techniques of Dr. Manaka and Meridian Therapy. He also studied with Kiiko Matsumoto, and was exposed to a wide variety of styles taught in Japan. From 1989 until 1996 he maintained a busy practice, lectured and undertook constant postgraduate studies. His training included the study of Dr. Shen's pulse methods under Dr. Leon Hammer, Sôtai and Shiatsu from Kikuko Zutrau Miyazaki, as well as exposure to many visiting meridian therapists. He has continued his training in the Toyohari system of Meridian Therapy in Japan and Europe under the guidance of such teachers as Akihiro Takai, Shuho Taniuchi, Koryo Nakada, Shozo Takahashi, and Toshio Yanagishita the current President of Japan's Toyohari Association.

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