ICOM is excited to be hosting a series of weekend workshops designed to introduce Acupuncturists to Master Tung’s style of practice.
A complete system with its own channels, points, diagnostic methods and needling techniques – this style of treatment is renowned for its clinical efficacy. It is gaining rapid popularity due to the immediacy of its success in treating pain, both acute and chronic.
This theory uses holographic imaging in both diagnosis and treatment and is characterised by its simplicity, ease of use and its safety. Tung’s Acupuncture is not just a collection of extra points; it’s a complete acupuncture tradition. The origin and principle of each of Master Tung’s points follow the law of the five elements, the five zang, six fu and the extra fu.
This series of workshops will explore and apply the theory and application of Master Tung’s style. Seminars will be taught elementally and will introduce students to the most essential of the points and techniques, including bloodletting.
If you are looking to enhance the clinical effectiveness of your practice this is the CPD event for you.
Seminars will be taught by two experienced practitioner lecturers; Dr Gil Ton and Shaun Goodman.
Dr Gil Ton Ph.D. is a Chinese medicine practitioner, researcher and international lecturer. He has lived in Asia for a total of 7 years, in which he gained extensive and unique academic and clinical practice experience in Acupuncture. In the years 2011-2012, he studied the Medical Theory of Channels and collaterals with the late Professor Wang Ju-Yi (王居易) in Beijing, China. In the years 2015- 2021 he lived in Taiwan and completed his postgraduate degrees. He studied Taiwan Master Tung Acupuncture with Professor Lee Kuo Cheng (李國政) and worked as a lecturer and research fellow at the Graduate Institute of Acupuncture Science, China Medical University, Taichung, Taiwan
Shaun Goodman has been studying and practicing acupuncture since 1991. During the last 15 years he has studied and practiced the clinical application of Meridian theory and Master Tung’s Acupuncture. He Studied Master Tung’s Acupuncture from Lee Kuo Cheng a student of Hu Wen Zhi in Taiwan. Shaun teaches Chinese Medicine at Reidman College in Jerusalem
Places are limited – participants must commit to the entire course as the learning and applications are cumulative. Please book early to guarantee your place.
To take this seminar you don’t need to have a background in Master Tung’s Acupuncture.
Eligibility: This course is suitable for qualified Acupuncturists only.
Dates: The course will take place over two long weekends (Friday to Sunday). Each weekend will consist of 3 days of teaching.
Class 1 – 26, 27, 28 May 2023
Class 2 – 16, 17, 18 June 2023
Venue: International College of Oriental Medicine, Van Buren House, Green Hedges Avenue, East Grinstead, West Sussex RH19 1DZ
Cost: £900 (Payments can be made monthly but your final payment must be received by Friday 19th May in order to confirm your place. Please email for more details)
Cancellation policy for CPD course bookings at ICOM
- Refunds for cancellations two or more months before the course commencement will incur a 15% administration fee.
- Refunds for cancellations between two months and two weeks before the course commencement will incur a 25% administration fee.
- Refunds for cancellations two weeks before the course commencement will incur a 50% administration fee.
- No refund will be given for no shows or cancellations upon the course commencement.
- Any amount overpaid by the student will automatically be refunded to the student’s account.