Japanese Acupuncture Strategies For Diabetes and the Spleen-Pancreas with Paul Movsessian

Sat 19 Jun 2010

Revitalize your practice and expand your ability to help your patients

Date:Saturday 19th & Sunday 20th June 2010

LocationMelbourne - Australian Shiatsu College

The modern diet has predisposed a sugar imbalance in the average person with this now reaching children at earlier ages than ever before. Diabetes is only one pathology amongst many sugar sensitive problems existing. The sugar imbalance may be the reason of the pathology presenting or it may be part of the problem. Either way clinically it must be addressed for recovery and healing. Topics to be covered will include:

> Diabetes
> Diabetic neuropathy
> Sugar Sensitivity
> Sugar Imbalance and the relationship with Adrenal Exhaustion
> Clearing Sugar Lumps
> Clearing Spleen Reflex Zones
> Water Stagnation in the Stomach
> Cramping and numbness of the calves
> Spleen Problems in general

This seminar will give us advanced treatment strategies to resolve the complications of many serious conditions often difficult or stubborn to treat. As the workshop will involve as much hands-on practice as possible, the participants are required to have the following supplies:

> Kawai Triple by pass cords
> Manaka Ion pumping cords
> Acu-glide needles; Numbers 00 x 30 or 0 x 30, 1 x 30 and 2 x 40
> Alcohol wipes/swabs and cotton balls
> Gold grade moxa, incense sticks, lighter and moxa ring
> Semi pure grade moxa
> Micropore white tape (one inch and half inch)
> Aluminium foil
> Intradermals 6mm
> Scissors, tweezers and half inch skin colored micropore tape

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. Paul was encouraged by Stephen Birch, that on his return to Australia he should continue teaching the material he so generously gave, hoping that Japanese style acupuncture could begin to receive exposure and acceptance there. Since his return, Paul has been managing a successful clinic and lecturing extensively to introduce the Japanese styles to practitioners in Australia. He has established a postgraduate certificate course in Dr. Manaka's protocols, in collaboration with Stephen Birch and Junko Ida, as well as setting up the Toyohari model and teaching it throughout Australia and NZ. He is currently the President of the Australasian Toyohari Branch, a Registered Academic Practitioner and a qualified teacher with the Toyo Hari Association of Japan. The seminars have given practitioners many new treatment strategies and skills to integrate within their practice and produce powerful clinical results.

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