Early Bird

Root Treatment Patterns with Anthony Todd 10/06/17

£70.00 £60.00

Early Bird fee till 30/04/17
The lecture forms part of a short series looking at distinguishing organ and channel dynamics and utilising their respective properties for root and branch treatments. This CPD in particular focuses on root treatment strategies for  balancing the channel system. In subsequent lectures, the work will exrend to branch treatments for local focus.

Course Description

The course will aim to cover the following:

  • Channels and their relationship to organs, an “external” physiology of channels and an “internal” physiology of organs leading to a rational for balance of the channel system as the basis of root treatment in acupuncture
  • Theory and practice of pulse diagnosis
  • Guidance and practice of needling
  • [a follow up course will look at how branch approaches can be used to target specific symptoms and organs to enhance local harmonisation]

Entry requirements

Acupuncture graduates and students from year 2 onwards

Date and Times

Saturday 10th June 2017 from 9.30 to 5 pm  – Six hours CPD.

Who is this course for?

This course is open to graduates in acupuncture and students from year 2+ of any BAAB approved course.

Tutor: Anthony Todd

Has thaught Chinese Medicine at ICOM and was the course Leader of the Chinese Medicine course for several years.

‘I have been practising acupuncture since 2000, graduating from ICOM after initially training in shiatsu. Since graduating from ICOM I have studied a variety of styles of acupuncture [Dutch, mainland TCM, Tan, Korean, Japanese] with a number of well known teachers in Europe, America and Japan, and specialise in Toyohari style meridian therapy.

I also practise herbs, having studied Kanpo and Shanghan Lun with Arnaud Versluys. I have been teaching at ICOM since 2000, and also teach internationally for ICEAM [Institute of Classics in East Asian medicine]’.


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