Tuning With Chinese Medicine Meridian And Point Location Activations

$650 Australian

9 & 10 July 2022
9am to 4pm each day
Location to be confirmed.

Welcome to the ‘Ancient Oriental Medicine Activation’ workshop series brought to you by Tuning Fork Therapies Australia. The design of this workshop series is to give you additional tools to apply in your tuning fork clinics immediately.

In this workshop we are excited to present the ‘Chinese Medicine Meridian & Point Location Activations’. Participants will be taken through each of the 12 main meridians or channels, along with key acupuncture points best activated using tuning forks.

In Chinese Medicine, the meridians are considered the pathways to/from the organs. Every meridian is named after the organ they have the greatest ‘Love/Hate’ relationship with. Having said that, you will learn that every meridian has a relationship with several organs in addition to the one they are named after. Meridians are also considered Yīn or Yáng and have partnerships with a range of other meridians in the body. These relationships essentially provide a balance point that the body tries to maintain for optimum health and wellbeing.

 

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Tuning with Chinese Medicine – Meridian And Point Location Activations

9 & 10 July 2022
9am to 4pm each day
Location is pending. Will be Gold Coast or Brisbane

Welcome to the ‘Ancient Oriental Medicine Activation’ workshop series brought to you by Tuning Fork Therapies Australia. The design of this workshop series is to give you additional tools to apply in your tuning fork clinics immediately.

In this workshop we are excited to present the ‘Chinese Medicine Meridian & Point Location Activations’. Participants will be taken through each of the 12 main meridians or channels, along with key acupuncture points best activated using tuning forks.

In Chinese Medicine, the meridians are considered the pathways to/from the organs. Every meridian is named after the organ they have the greatest ‘Love/Hate’ relationship with. Having said that, you will learn that every meridian has a relationship with several organs in addition to the one they are named after. Meridians are also considered Yīn or Yáng and have partnerships with a range of other meridians in the body. These relationships essentially provide a balance point that the body tries to maintain for optimum health and wellbeing.

Acupuncture points are the main sites on every meridian/channel that are the most active areas to stimulate health and healing in/on the body. With over 1000 points on the body there are lots of locations to learn. Interestingly, most acupuncturists probably only know 50-100 of these points off by heart. This is good news for you because we will learn a lot of these points in this workshop.

 

So, what are the ‘Chinese Medicine Meridian & Point Location Activations’ that you will learn in this workshop?

  • Lung (Yīn) and Large Intestine (Yáng) meridians and points
  • Pericardium (Yīn) and Triple Energiser (Yáng) meridians and points
  • Heart (Yīn) and Small Intestine (Yáng) meridians and points
  • Spleen (Yīn) and Stomach (Yáng) meridians and points
  • Liver (Yīn) and Gall Bladder (Yáng) meridians and points
  • Kidney (Yīn) and Urinary Bladder (Yáng) meridians and points.

 

Participants will be given some theoretical background along with practical demonstrations from David. You will then split off into groups to practice the activations. Across the two days, you will be shown various ways to apply the forks to the channels and points; you will be shown how to use the different forks (in your kit) on the body, along with crystal application and a combination of different techniques.

 

There are literally hundreds of different activations that have been created over the past 2000 years. This workshop series is designed to give you the most clinically relevant activations regarding tuning forks and sound healing. Ones that can be immediately incorporated into your tuning fork repertoire.

We hope you enjoy the workshop series as much as we have enjoyed researching/writing it.

Love and light to you all

David Hartmann and Toni Cross